Fortress Real Developments

commercial condo

CondoBusiness

Fortress completes first commercial condo project

Fortress and Kingridge have completed the construction and registration of Kingridge Square, an office and commercial condo development in Oakville.
Brant Park

CondoBusiness

Brant Park pays back $100-mil to syndicate lenders

Lenders in a syndicate mortgage that funded Brant Park received their principal back in full, as well as an estimated annualized return of 8.12 per cent.
Fortress Real Developments

CondoBusiness

Fortress sells two development sites

Fortress Real Developments (Fortress) has sold two development sites, located in Richmond Hill and Pickering, which were originally purchased in April.
EllisDon SkyCity Centre Winnipeg

CondoBusiness

Fortress selects co-developer for SkyCity Winnipeg

Fortress Real Developments has signed on Edenshaw Developments Ltd. as a co-developer of SkyCity Winnipeg, which is expected to break ground this spring.
Argus Corporate Centre

REMI Network

Fortress, Kingridge sell Oakville commercial site

Fortress Real Developments and Kingridge Developments have sold a six-acre commercial site in Oakville, Ontario to the Region of Halton.
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CondoBusiness

Fortress receives OMB approval for two project proposals

The Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) has approved two future residential housing development proposals submitted by Fortress Real Developments (Fortress).
King Charlotte

CondoBusiness

Syndicate mortgage lenders exit King Charlotte development

Building and Development Mortgages Canada has announced that lenders in a syndicate mortgage that funded Toronto’s King Charlotte condominium.
The Wade

CondoBusiness

Fortress reports successful sales launch for The Wade

After its official launch on November 5, The Wade condominium development in Victoria, B.C. is already 40 per cent sold, reports developers Fortress Real Developments (Fortress) and Amadon Group.
King Charlotte

CondoBusiness

King Charlotte condominiums successfully registered by the City of Toronto

Fortress Real Developments and Lamb Development Corp. have announced the King Charlotte condominium development has been registered by the City of Toronto.
Link

CondoBusiness

Link Condominiums construction nearly 50 per cent complete

Fortress Real Developments and Adi Development Group have announced that construction on the Link Condominium project is nearly 50 per cent complete.
recreational properties

CondoBusiness

Barrie’s Collier Centre nears completion

Fortress Real Developments Inc. has announced its Collier Centre and Lakeview Condominium project in Barrie, Ontario, is now over 80 per cent complete.
Collier Centre

REMI Network

Fortress closes on Collier Centre

Fortress Collier Centre, an affiliate of Fortress Real Developments Inc., has acquired the Ontario-based Collier Centre, a mixed-use development.
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CondoBusiness

SkyCity aims to revitalize downtown Winnipeg

Fortress Real Developments is entering the Winnipeg market with SkyCity Centre, which was designed by a team of consultants and designers to change the landscape
Toronto Condos

CondoBusiness

GTA condo developers feeling bullish: report

Condo developers in the GTA are feeling bullish in the face of record completions and warnings of potential overbuilding, according to a new report.
Collier Centre

REMI Network

Fortress acquires Collier Centre project in Barrie

Fortress Real Developments has arranged to acquire the Collier Centre in Barrie, Ontario, a mixed-use building that began construction in 2012.
Prime Toronto site acquired for development

Canadian Apartment Magazine

Prime Toronto site acquired for development

Fortress Real Developments has acquired a sought-after residential site known as "Brookdale on Avenue Road."
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CondoBusiness

Housing bubble definition inconclusive: report

A new report from Fortress Real Developments (Fortress) revealed that two-thirds of market experts agree that a major housing correction is not in the cards for Canadians over the next five years. In fact, the report, which sourced data from a variety of professional resources, said that analysts could not agree when it came to defining a “housing bubble.”