Tricon Capital

Tricon Capital

Tricon’s mission is to be North America’s pre-eminent asset management company focused on residential real estate development, and to provide our shareholders and investors in our funds with superior risk-adjusted returns. We have adopted several business principles which guide the conduct of the Company and its employees. We believe that our success is deeply rooted in the following principles:

+ Our Vision for Value Creation: We believe that we can create above-average value for our shareholders and investors in our funds by investing in well-conceived residential real estate development projects, and by actively being involved in the management and execution of those development projects. We strive to make investments that are not only financially profitable but that also improve the ways people live, work and interact.

+ Investor Commitment: Investors are the life-blood of our funds, and our long-term success and ability to grow our Assets Under Management depends on serving those investors respectfully and to the best of our ability. When making investment decisions and executing a development strategy, we are ever-mindful of the preservation of our investors’ capital.

+ Business Integrity: Successful business relationships are built on a foundation of mutual trust and understanding. We would not consider an investment, no matter how great the potential return, if it would in any way call into question our integrity, our reputation or impair our working relationships. Our experience has shown that there are numerous highly-profitable investment opportunities that can be entered into without sacrificing our principles.

+ Employee Excellence: We value our employees highly and, in return, they consistently produce high quality results. We are committed to employing individuals who reflect our principles and who are knowledgeable, progressive, diligent, thoughtful, responsive and community-oriented.

+ Superior Developers: Our performance is to a large extent determined by our choice of local developers. In our selection process, we align ourselves with experienced developers who have strong ties to their communities, who practice sustainable, environmentally-friendly development, who take pride in their workmanship and design quality and who value their customers.

+ Prudent Risk Management: Investing in residential real estate development projects requires constant vigilance and careful management in order to maximize returns while minimizing risk. Tricon seeks to achieve profitability by: following prudent and disciplined investment practices by diversifying capital across product types and residential real estate market sectors, assiduously structuring transactions, conducting comprehensive due-diligence and market research, and taking an active role in the management of development projects.

Company information

1067 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M4W 2L2, Canada
+1 (416) 925 7228

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100 Yorkville at Bellair

100 Yorkville at Bellair condos Toronto by Invar, Tricon and Hariri Pontarini Ar
100 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto | Invar Building Corporation, Tricon Capital
Toronto's most innovative and luxurious new condominium on the historic site of the old Mount Sinai Hospital is 100% Yorkville. This prestigious development is comprised of two residential towers, ... go to project

57 Spadina

57 Spadina condos by Diamond Schmitt Architects for Diamondcorp and Allied REIT
57 Spadina Ave, Toronto | Tricon Capital
Proposed 36-storey mixed-use condo tower at 57 Spadina just south of King by Diamond Schmitt Architects for Diamondcorp and Allied REIT. Property now owned by Tricon Capital. go to project


DNA3 condominiums in Toronto's King West by Canderel Stoneridge
1030 King St W, Toronto | Canderel, Tricon Capital
The view. The air. Everything is better when you're on top, including the brand new penthouse and sub penthouse suites at DNA3. 360 degrees of luminous city scenes and a bird's eye view of the ... go to project

Five St. Joseph

Five St. Joseph condos Toronto by Graywood and MOD Developments
The Yonge Street area south of Bloor is undergoing an exciting rejuvenation, and FIVE – Condos at 5 St. Joseph is leading the way with architecture that marries innovation and restoration. Highly ... go to project

Selby, The

The Selby, BKL Architecture, MOD Developments, Tricon Capital
592 Sherbourne Street, Toronto | MOD Developments Inc., Tricon Capital
New development of 592 Sherbourne Street, currently a Clarion Hotel Selby by MOD Developments and Tricon Capital at Sherbourne and Selby in Toronto, with design by BKL Architecture. Toronto rentals. go to project