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CAPREIT acquires Alberta apartment property

The Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (CAPREIT) has acquired Grandin Tower, a 126-unit apartment property in Edmonton, Alta. At the same time, the company also sold four Toronto apartment buildings located on Wilson Ave.

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Record returns on Irish real estate in 2014

A subterranean starting point provides context for somewhat stratospheric investment returns on Irish real estate in 2014. While recently released annual results confirm the downward

Canadian Apartment Magazine

CAPREIT acquires Dublin apartment portfolio

The Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (CAPREIT) has acquired an apartment portfolio in Dublin, Ireland, consisting of 270 residential suites and 50,214 square feet of mixed-use commercial space. The Rockbrook Portfolio, which was purchased for € 87.3-million, is the first acquisition that CAPREIT has completed under the previously announced “Pipeline Agreement” with Irish Residential Properties REIT plc (I-RES).

Canadian Apartment Magazine

CAPREIT and I-RES enter acquisition agreement

The Canadian Apartment Properties Real Estate Investment Trust (CAPREIT) has entered into a mutually beneficial agreement with Irish Residential Properties REIT plc (I-RES) in which both companies will have the opportunity to acquire properties from one another. For up to one year, CAPREIT will have access to €150 million to acquire high quality Irish properties and, once funding has been sourced, I-RES will be able to acquire CAPREIT properties.
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Canadian Apartment Magazine

2012 a record year

Tom Schwartz knows a good investment when he sees it. As the president and CEO of CAPREIT, the company’s 2012 acquisitions included 7,000 units – CAPREIT's best year since 2004.

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Finding value coast to coast

CAPREIT is one of Canada’s largest REITs and possibly the only one whose investments reach from the Eastern coast in Halifax, to the Western coast in Victoria, with all major Canadian cities in between represented in its portfolio.