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Construction to Begin on Industrial Development in Halton Hills

Triovest is pleased to announce the development of the first phase of a 58 acre site in Halton Hills. The new 320,000 square foot industrial building will be LEED certified and will be expanded in a later phase to total approximately 520,000 square feet.

This industrial development site, in the GTA West, was acquired in February 2014 on behalf of Canada Post Pension Fund and Hydro Quebec Pension Fund. Triovest will act as Development Manager during construction and Asset and Property Manager once the development is complete.

Halton Hills is a key logistic hub within the GTA West distribution market due to its proximity to the 401 series highway which provides easy access to all major highways and the airport.

Construction is scheduled to commence later in 2014.

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