Greybrook Realty Partners featured in Canadian Business Journal

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Don’t miss the in-depth feature on Greybrook Realty Partners’ in this month’s edition of the Canadian Business Journal. The article touches upon the company’s history and how exceptional partners, and a disciplined investment strategy has led to Greybrook becoming one of the industry’s preeminent asset managers over the past decade. The Canadian Business Journal piece showcases Greybrook’s Toronto office, some current developments (including 300 Biscayne and Lower JCT.) and establishes how Greybrook’s underwriting model contributes to building value for investors, partners and communities.

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In the article, Greybrook Realty Partners’ CEO Peter Politis and Greybrook Securities Inc. CEO Sasha Cucuz discuss what it takes to make successful investments in real estate development today. Achieving these objectives in partnership with some of North America’s largest and most successful real estate developers, Greybrook maintains an investment structure that protects investors and aligns stakeholder interests when identifying investment opportunities in markets that exhibit strong economic fundamentals.

“Without these high quality partnerships, producing great risk-adjusted returns for our investors would simply not be possible,” Cucuz states in the Canadian Business Journal article. “Our investment philosophy is complex yet simple. Real estate development is multi-faceted, with many moving parts. Our view has always been that world-class execution is the most critical ingredient to success. Without this, you could have the best site situated in the best market in the world and still find yourself in trouble. Peter and I have seen this throughout our careers, which is why our team applies such a laser sharp focus on developer partner selection. To distill things simply, our view is that if we’ve purchased a good property, with a great partner, and we’ve put in place a structure that aligns our investors’ interests with those of all other stakeholders in the project, then we’ve set ourselves up for success.”

Read the full feature on Greybrook Realty Partners in the Canadian Business Journal here.