• BUILDING BETTER
    An uncompromising hands-on culture of excellence sets us apart.
  • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS
    Relationships are the foundation on which insight, solutions and value are built.
  • BUILDING SERVICE
    We’re building value into all aspects of our operations. It forms the basis of our results-based approach to real estate management.
  • BUILDING VALUE
    Our boutique approach delivers the highest levels of service to both local and national clients.
  • BUILDING VALUE
    The ability to build value into all aspects of real estate management is our most important asset.
  • BUILDING VALUE
    We are driven by not only realizing, but exceeding the expected performance of every asset.
  • BUILDING VALUE
    Our proven approach yields more tenants, secures better rates and ultimately, achieves higher property values.

FEATURED PROPERTIES

The breadth of our real estate expertise extends across all industry sectors, including retail, commercial, industrial and residential. McCOR Management works across a varied and comprehensive client base and we are as at home overseeing single site offices as we are managing large-scale, landmark developments.

  1. Industrial Property Ontario – 15 Bramalea Road, Brampton

    The lease of a single-tenant building of 335,000 s.f. was going to expire within 24 months. The market indicated that there was no demand for a 24ft ceiling building of +300,000 s.f. to be solely occupied by 1 or 2 users.

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  2. Industrial Property Manitoba – 130 Omands Creek, Winnipeg

    While working with HOOPP, we located and brokered the purchase of the appropriate land site to develop a “state of the art” warehouse, approximately 120,000 sf.

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  3. Office Property Ontario – 20 Adelaide, Toronto

    The property had an aging mechanical system which was unreliable and energy inefficient. The building rental rates were below market. Additionally, the main ground floor lobby was dated and needed to be addressed.

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  4. Office Building Manitoba – The Paris Building, Paris

    A major tenant in the historical Paris building vacated, leaving the building in disrepair and 100% unoccupied.  The building was sold, with the plan to reposition the asset and lease up the property.

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  5. Retail Property Ontario – Georgetown Market Place, Georgetown

    Redevelop the former Walmart into CRU in order to offer a wider variety of fashion, destination and service tenants in the centre.

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  6. Retail Property Maritimes – Mayflower Mall, Sydney

    The Landlord was notified that Walmart would not be renewing their lease and would seek to find a free standing site to build their prototype location. The property looked tired and attracting new tenants was becoming a challenge. Due to a lack of specialty retailers, there was a loss of sales to other markets. The mall owned 84 acres of land locked property with little to no access across the street from the shopping centre.

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