Greenfield Development Projects
1981 McGill College • A 630,000 square foot, 20-story office building located in downtown Montreal. It ranks as one of the premier office towers in the City.
Southwest One • A 17-acre mixed-use complex comprising 662 residential units, a medical center with ancillary retail. The property is located in the City of Pointe-Claire, a suburb of Montréal, Québec.
Cavendish Towers • A 184-suite upscale apartment building and racquet club located in the Cote St. Luc suburb of Montréal, Québec.
Investment and Renovation Projects
The Jewelers Building • A 40-story heritage office building in downtown Chicago currently undergoing extensive restoration and modernization.
The Grant Building • A 464,000 square foot office tower in downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
130 Bloor Street West • A 192,000 square foot office tower with main floor retail in Toronto’s Yorkville district.
College Plaza • A mixed use complex consisting of two high-rise apartment towers with 618 suites and a 21-story, 190,000 square foot office tower in Edmonton, Alberta.
The Company merged with Marcil Group and grew Marcil Trust into Canada’s leading real estate investment banker. Marcil Trust was sold into partnership with Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) in 1990 and the remaining minority interest was sold to RBC in 1996.
The Company acted as external manager of the Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust from 1996 when the Trust had $C80 million in assets, until 2001 when management was internalized and assets had grown to $1.0 billion. Former principals, managers and employees of Dorchester continue to run the Trust and Dorchester remains a significant unit holder.