COMMERCIAL REALTY CORP., Brokerage
is a husband-and-wife, boutique investment real estate brokerage firm managing disposition processes and assisting
in the negotiations of the sale of mid-market commercial real estate
assets in Ontario. The firm's power of execution relies on expertise
in: valuation; market positioning; monetizing strategies; access to
target markets; and mortgagee controlled sales. The primary focus is
non-user investment assets in the mid-market investment grade, and
development land sales.
In addition, PETRUS is
acknowledged for its strategic guidance and effective execution for
real estate clients' successes in the sector of Not-For-Profit,
Trusteeships, Governments, and Places of Worship. Its
best-in-class reputation stems from its experience with such
organizational cultures that must address all stakeholders'
relationships and trustees' fiduciary responsibilities towards the
final objective of obtaining the best pricing results for the vendor
120 Cumberland Street, Toronto, Ontario
A 6,800 square foot leasable building with land area of 2,000 sq ft and frontage of 25 feet.
Closed Jul 20, 2017 at $8,500,000
126 Cumberland Street, Toronto, Ontario
A 3,500 square foot leasable building with land area of 1,192 sq ft and frontage of 14.9 feet.
Closed Jun 29, 2017 at $ 5,600,000
for detailed information on the property
Yonge/Bay New Developments
"A total of 5,101,437 square feet, 3,744 residential units are being developed in Yonge/Bay, Davenport/Bloor city blocks".
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LESSONS at PETRUS COMMERCIAL REALTY CORP., Brokerage
Lesson # 74
- Students and Scholars at Risk:
You are invited to make a charitable donation to University of Toronto’s Students and Scholars at Risk program. The University of Toronto has set the objective of raising a $1 million fund supporting 100 bursaries of $10,000 each, and to match (1:1) up to $500,000 donations of any size. The bursaries will go to undergraduate and graduate students with refugee status in Canada. The bursaries will be focused on Syrian students at risk at the beginning of the program and will be broadened to include other refugees who have had their educations disrupted by conflict or war. These bursaries will play a powerful role in helping these students and their families rebuild their lives. To make a donation, please visit: http://uoft.me/scholars-at-risk
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