Greybrook Realty Partners Invests $35,025,000 in a High-Rise Residential Development Project with Marlin Spring in Toronto, Ontario

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Greybrook Realty Partners Inc. announced today the successful closing of an equity investment by its managed issuer of $35,025,000 to acquire and oversee the development of a prime parcel of land located in Toronto, Ontario. Together with its developer partner, Marlin Spring, the firm will develop the property into a two-tower mixed-use, high-rise condominium.

The Property, which is located at 1978 – 2002 Lake Shore Boulevard West, is situated along the city’s expansive waterfront within the growing Etobicoke-Lakeshore neighbourhood. The planned development will provide residents with premium, unobstructed views of Lake Ontario.  The site also affords convenient access to the major 400 series highways and to downtown Toronto via Lake Shore Boulevard, the Gardiner Expressway and TTC bus and streetcar routes.  Adjacent to Sunnyside Beach, the property is a short walk from High Park, Toronto’s largest public park, and a short drive from the newly expanded CF Sherway Gardens mall and several big-box retailers.

“With continued supply constraints and price growth of condominium product across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), we are pleased to have the opportunity to bring to market two mixed-use towers on this exceptional waterfront property in the City of Toronto,“ states Sasha Cucuz, CEO of Greybrook Securities Inc. “Our seventh partnership with Marlin Spring, we expect this lakefront development to be well-received by the community and to provide residents with efficiently designed housing which complements the existing mix of residential and commercial development in the neighbourhood.”

“Marlin Spring is proud of our continued partnership with Greybrook and our ability to provide premium quality residential housing in several emerging and established geographies, which will help meet the significant housing demand in the GTA market,” said Benjamin Bakst, CEO of Marlin Spring.

Read the full release on Globe Newswire.