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Allied Properties REIT

3.5

With 160 distinctive urban properties comprising approximately 11 million square feet across Canada, Allied is committed to operating urban workspaces that are sustainable and conducive to human wellness, creativity and diversity.

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$
6.19
billion
assets managed
Established in
2002
Experienced management
201-500
employees
Office
properties
Industry specialization
RRSP, RRIF & TFSA Eligible
Registered plans available
$
6.19
billion
assets managed
Established in
2002
Experienced management
201-500
employees
Office
properties
Industry specialization
RRSP, RRIF & TFSA Eligible
Registered plans available
Allied Properties REIT

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Allied was known initially for its leading role in the emergence of Class I workspace, a format created through the adaptive re-use of light industrial structures. This format typically features high ceilings, abundant natural light, exposed structural frames, interior brick and hardwood floors. When repurposed to high standards, Class I workspaces satisfy the needs of the most demanding office and retail users. They also operate as a vital part of the urban fabric, contributing meaningfully to a sense of community.

Allied went public in 2003 for the express purpose of consolidating Class I workspace that was centrally located, distinctive and cost-effective. Five years later, it was necessary to add that Allied is in the business of intensifying underutilized land within its portfolio. A year later, it was necessary to add that Allied’s business includes owning and operating the largest internet exchange point in Canada and the fifth largest in North America. The ongoing consolidation, intensification and development that ensued was continuous, enabling Allied to evolve into a leading owner, manager and developer of (i) urban workspace in Canada’s major cities and (ii) network-dense urban data centres in Toronto.

The most important element of Allied’s business environment is urban intensification. Canadians are living, working, learning and playing downtown in greater numbers than ever before. Not only does this anchor Allied’s investment and operating focus, it provides the context within which it captures and creates value for its unitholders.

Urban intensification along with operating experience has had a three-fold impact on Allied. First, it has increased Allied’s sensitivity to design. Second, it has expanded Allied’s investment and operating focus from purely Class I properties to urban mixed-use properties. Finally, it has motivated Allied to enter into collaborative relationships with best-in-class real estate organizations having complementary expertise, especially in the context of urban mixed-use developments.

Allied was known initially for its leading role in the emergence of Class I workspace, a format created through the adaptive re-use of light industrial structures. This format typically features high ceilings, abundant natural light, exposed structural frames, interior brick and hardwood floors. When repurposed to high standards, Class I workspaces satisfy the needs of the most demanding office and retail users. They also operate as a vital part of the urban fabric, contributing meaningfully to a sense of community.

Allied went public in 2003 for the express purpose of consolidating Class I workspace that was centrally located, distinctive and cost-effective. Five years later, it was necessary to add that Allied is in the business of intensifying underutilized land within its portfolio. A year later, it was necessary to add that Allied’s business includes owning and operating the largest internet exchange point in Canada and the fifth largest in North America. The ongoing consolidation, intensification and development that ensued was continuous, enabling Allied to evolve into a leading owner, manager and developer of (i) urban workspace in Canada’s major cities and (ii) network-dense urban data centres in Toronto.

The most important element of Allied’s business environment is urban intensification. Canadians are living, working, learning and playing downtown in greater numbers than ever before. Not only does this anchor Allied’s investment and operating focus, it provides the context within which it captures and creates value for its unitholders.

Urban intensification along with operating experience has had a three-fold impact on Allied. First, it has increased Allied’s sensitivity to design. Second, it has expanded Allied’s investment and operating focus from purely Class I properties to urban mixed-use properties. Finally, it has motivated Allied to enter into collaborative relationships with best-in-class real estate organizations having complementary expertise, especially in the context of urban mixed-use developments.

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There are two ways to buy into this fund:

  1. With the help of a third-party financial advisor
  2. Through an online brokerage account

Financial advisor

A financial advisor who manages your investments can invest in this fund for you. Many investors find working with a financial advisor helpful, especially as they build wealth and their financial situation becomes more complex. In addition to investment advice, a financial advisor can help you with taxes, retirement, estate planning, insurance, education planning and more.

If you don't have an advisor, ask your network for referrals or choose one through the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada or the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada.

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There are two ways to buy into this fund:

  1. With the help of a third-party financial advisor
  2. Through an online brokerage account

Financial advisor

A financial advisor who manages your investments can invest in this fund for you. Many investors find working with a financial advisor helpful, especially as they build wealth and their financial situation becomes more complex. In addition to investment advice, a financial advisor can help you with taxes, retirement, estate planning, insurance, education planning and more.

If you don't have an advisor, ask your network for referrals or choose one through the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada or the Mutual Fund Dealers Association of Canada.

Online brokerage account:

If you're a do-it-yourself investor, you can buy your own funds during normal trading hours through an online brokerage.

To buy any public funds, like mutual funds or exchange-traded-funds (ETFs), check with your online brokerage firm for availability.

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Excellent way to invest your money if you're able to let it sit for 2 to 3 yrs. Payoff is greater than any other financial institution I've researched. Professional and friendly staff with proficient lawyers working. I was very nervous when I did my first investment and now I'm excited to flip it into another investment after my 1st investment paid out this past April 2019. What a great way to save for your future especially if you don't have a pension plan.

Excellent way to invest your money if you're able to let it sit for 2 to 3 yrs. Payoff is greater than any other financial institution I've researched. Professional and friendly staff with proficient lawyers working. I was very nervous when I did my first investment and now I'm excited to flip it into another investment after my 1st investment paid out this past April 2019. What a great way to save for your future especially if you don't have a pension plan.

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Deloitte LLP
Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Ontario Securities Commission (OSC)
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Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)
Ontario Securities Commission (OSC)

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Last updated: December 31, 2019
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