Harlo Capital and a partner are re-developing a 1.05-acre church property to a mixed-use project that includes an approximately 312,000-sf, 44-storey, condominium and a place of worship. The site is well located in the bustling midtown community of Yonge and Eglinton. Community amenities include numerous parks, a community recreation facility, multiple schools, and countless restaurant, shopping, and entertainment opportunities. The Yonge and Eglinton TTC transit station provides connectivity to the Yonge Subway, the soon-to-be-completed Eglinton Crosstown LRT, and many midtown bus routes. The project is currently finalizing approvals and preparing for sales launch.
Harlo Capital and partners identified an attractive investment opportunity and secured three parcels of land totaling ~0.37 acres, and improved with a 16,400-sf office building. The property is located in midtown Toronto in close proximity to the Yonge Street and St Clair Avenue intersection. The site is 20 meters from the St Clair subway station, in a revitalized office submarket, and walking distance from Rosedale, making it an attractive location for future homeowners. Upon successfully obtaining land use approvals to develop a 35-storey condominium, the partnership sold the property to a prominent residential developer in May 2022.
We achieved a 32.04% IRR and 2.13x Equity Multiple - May 2022.
Harlo Capital and a partner completed the construction of this 494-unit, 350,000 sf condominium project in January 2023. The building sits on a 0.8-acre property located in the heart of downtown Kitchener and is within walking distance to two light rail transit stations. During the land use approvals process, the partnership was able to obtain further density entitlements, which made it the tallest approved building in Kitchener at the time.
We achieved a 31.22% IRR and 2.91x Equity Multiple - January 2023.
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Harlo Capital and a partner secured a 0.3-acre site situated at the northeast corner of Queen Street East and Mutual Street in downtown Toronto. The property is highly accessible to transit, located 450 meters east of the Queen Street Subway Station and serviced directly by the Queen Street streetcar route. Two of the existing buildings are designated heritage buildings. The partnership was successful in rezoning the property to permit a proposed new design with a pronounced heritage component to preserve the historical legacy of the neighbourhood. Construction began in the second quarter of 2022, with occupancy expected to commence in Q4 2025.
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