Carttera Private Equities
This is a real estate developer that focuses on investment and quality returns for its investors. They have been operating since their founding in the mid 2000’s and in that time have created $2 billion of value. Their mantra is to blend institutional standards with strong entrepreneurial real estate instincts to ensure strong successful deployment of their investor’s capital. In doing this they have branched into residential, commercial and industrial investments.
One of the keys to their success was to anticipate the intensification of urbanization throughout the Greater Toronto Area and the rest of the Golden Horseshoe. They saw it coming when the Government of Ontario passed a law aimed at limiting urban sprawl.
This limitation meant builders were going to need to build more vertically, not just with condos and office buildings, but with industrial spaces as well. Their ability to properly adapt to this is most evident in their current industrial project in Brampton. They acquired the old Zellers warehouse and knocked it down to build a new facility. This is an ongoing trend in development as the warehouses that were built in the 60’s and 70’s are not as tall, spacious, or energy efficient as the needs currently dictate. Energy efficiency is important to the development of new projects, not just because of global consciousness, but because of investment.
Most industrial spaces don’t value efficiency like Carttera, but by obtaining the LEED Gold Standard, tenants of the industrial space will save up to 75 cents per square foot.
They are led by their founder and CEO T. James Tadeson. Tadeson has a wealth of knowledge, having acquired over 20 years of experience. Before his current company, Tadeson founded two publicly traded companies of his own, and also served as Senior Vice President in various other real estate investment firms. He has overseen the acquisition, financing, development, and sales of over $2 billion during his tenure as CEO. He believes in being personally involved in each one of his company’s projects, and their execution of investments.
This high-rise boutique condo building is in a contemporary class all its own. It features nine foot ceilings in all of its principal rooms and its terraces are equipped with gas ranges, so you can enjoy a relaxing BBQ in the summertime. Its interiors are accented with oak, amber black and navy, in a stunning display of design and craftsmanship. It is located in the coveted King West neighbourhood at 111 Bathurst Street and was completed in 2016.
Past meets present in this mid-rise loft building located in the heart of Toronto. A classic brick facade is joined to modern glass and steel to create a unique look that is distinctly, “The Ninety.” One of the feature characteristics of this building is the massive courtyard in its core which brings a welcomed green space in the heart of the city. The large windows allow natural light to be an identifying factor. The Ninety is located at 90 Broadview Avenue and was completed in 2012.
This residential development offers its tenants boutique condos in the Northern part of Toronto. It stands at 12 storeys tall and has 260 units. The suites include deluxe appliances, granite countertops, convenient in-suite laundry, and both a 5 foot rectangular tub and walk-in shower. Its amenities include a concierge, exercise room, rooftop terrace and a pool. It is located at 60 Esther Lorrie Drive and construction was completed in 2015.
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