Choice Properties REIT
Choice Properties is one of Canada’s largest real estate investment trusts (REITs). While the company’s success came largely through the development of retail properties, they have since begun to diversify into residential and mixed-use projects. Yet no matter the type of building, their commitment to offering buyers and investors the highest standards of quality and a positive return-on-investment never wavers. In recent years, Choice Properties REIT has made sustainability the centerpiece of their development strategy. In recognition of the importance of environmentally-friendly designs and plans, they have included the latest technologies in all of their buildings and chosen site locations that allow residents to live car-free.
Choice Properties REIT: Previous Projects
1050 Sheppard Avenue West Condominiums. This 15-storey, 198-unit community exemplifies Choice Properties’ focus on sustainability. The Sheppard West subway station is located directly across the street. Direct subway service to Downtown Toronto, as well as a large number of bus routes from multiple transit agencies, allows for the vast majority of commutes to be completed without a car. The surrounding neighborhood is in the midst of a massive redevelopment, and has already become a more pedestrian-friendly community with an increased amount of shopping and dining options. Recreational amenities are also easily accessible, most notably the expansive Downsview Park.
25 Grosvenor Street Apartments. Rising to a height of 50 storeys and including 587 residential units, 25 Grosvenor Street features a location in the heart of one of Toronto’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Church and Wellesley features an eclectic variety of shops and restaurants, with cultures from all around the world being represented. Wellesley subway station is within walking distance, and makes the Financial District accessible in just minutes. For east-west travel, the #506 Carlton streetcar offers frequent service. In addition, to the benefit of students both the University of Toronto and Ryerson University are both just steps away.