A joint venture with Campus Suites, it will house 543 beds and 6,600 sf of retail space. The Arc will feature modern, fully-furnished units in a student-focused development that includes amenities, bike storage, parking, and food and service options tailored to student interests. Designed with a focus on community, convenience and safety, it has landscaped […]
Fully amenitized student living, developed in partnership with Campus Suites and launched in 2017.
The building composes 33,366 square feet of commercial space on 0.74 acres and is fully leased with the majority of space occupied by a provincial health agency. Gallery
SMK engaged a professional broker/advisor to conduct a full marketing and bidding process. Speedy is a Canadian market leader with over 200 units in quality locations along major thoroughfares. Forum’s Speedy portfolio consisted of 184,000 sf of established, well-seasoned properties with a minimum 25 years of operations across Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Nova Scotia, and New […]
The project also included the development of the new town centre in Orléans, with a hotel, two office buildings, retail and commercial space, a seniors’ home, seniors’ condos, mixed residential units, a new gymnasium, green space and all supporting infrastructure, including a public roadway. The project capital investment over time is expected to be approximately […]
The Orléans Client Service Centre is a three-storey, 70,000 square foot office building with a below-grade garage with 73 parking spaces. The building, constructed in 1989, was the former City Hall of Cumberland prior to the City of Ottawa amalgamation. Gallery The Orléans Client Service Centre is located in the Orléans Town Centre neighbourhood, which […]
The 50,000 square foot property is 100% leased to a single tenant, a provincial health agency. Gallery
During our 12-year holding of Prime CarCare, Forum made strategic dispositions of some of Prime CarCare’s underlying real estate assets. Gallery In May 2016, Forum exited its investment in Prime CarCare with a sale to Fix Auto Canada.
The project was part of the first phase of a 10-year, three-phase redevelopment plan. CAMH required mixed-use space, including the co-creation of residential, ground-retail, and office spaces. Gallery The project was structured as a 50-year ground lease with a focus on providing a structure that takes the healthcare of residents into account.
The property covers an entire city block in the downtown beltline district and includes three buildings with 335,000 sf of office space. TransAlta leased back the entire complex on a long-term basis. Gallery TransAlta Corporation is one of Canada’s largest non-regulated power generation and wholesale marketing companies. Prior to Forum’s selection for this transaction, the […]