Oxford Properties is the real estate arm of the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System (OMERS). On behalf of OMERS, they invest in and develop properties throughout Canada, as well as in the U.S. and Europe. The company oversees all phases of the development process, and does so in partnership with industry leaders in fields such as interior design and architecture.
Oxford Properties firmly believes in the importance of environmentally-friendly designs and building practices. To that end, they have crafted yearly sustainability reports that highlight the company’s significant progress towards higher standards of sustainability. Additionally, they have placed great emphasis on innovation, in service of achieving better results for buyers and investors alike. Oxford has offices located throughout Canada, and takes pride in offering the highest quality of customer service no matter the location.
Oxford Properties: Previous Projects
Two Avenue Road Luxury Residences. This new development consists of 65 units, and is located in the heart of Yorkville. The Royal Ontario Museum is directly across Bloor Street, while the University of Toronto’s St. George campus is just steps to the west. To the east, Bloor and Cumberland Streets are lined with high-end shops and restaurants. Inside the building, residents and their guests can take advantage of a long list of available amenities-including a sauna, outdoor dining terrace, rooftop lounge, and a fully-equipped fitness centre.
Hudson Yards. Built atop a rail yard in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, Hudson Yards has become one of the most recognizable master-planned projects in the world. With several new high-rise residential buildings (the tallest of which tops out at 92 storeys), an array of retail and dining options and direct access to the New York City subway, this innovative district embodies Oxford Properties’ goal of creating livable communities. In addition, a push for cultural and recreational amenities has resulted in a variety of public art projects being included-with the most famous being the iconic “Vessel” interactive statue.