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OXFORD PROPERTIES, established in 1960 is a global real estate owner, investor, developer and property manager with a portfolio of office, retail, industrial, multi-residential and hotel assets. Wholly owned by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System since 2003, the company has offices In Toronto, New York, London and Luxembourg. The organization has 2,000 employees and over $40 billion of real assets that it manages for itself and on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Oxford’s portfolio of properties represents more than 50 million square feet of office, retail, hotel, industrial, land and multi-residential assets in key markets across Canada, the US and Europe. Some of its most recognized assets include Royal Bank Plaza , The Fairmont Banff Springs Hotel, Yorkdale Shopping Centre , Olympic Tower
Olympic Tower
and The Leadenhall Building.

Oxford Properties
Oxford Properties
is currently co-developing New York 's Hudson Yards Redevelopment Project with Related Companies , and recently completed Vancouver
Vancouver
’s MNP Tower and Toronto
Toronto
’s RBC WaterPark Place both with CPP Investment
Investment
Board . Oxford also owns seven Canadian Fairmont luxury hotels which were acquired in 2006, as well as 7,152 residential units spanning over 13 properties across Canada.

CONTENTS

* 1 Corporate history * 2 Oxford’s early years * 3 Environmental and social responsibility * 4 Property gallery * 5 See also * 6 References * 7 External links

CORPORATE HISTORY

Oxford Leaseholds was established in 1960 in Edmonton by Don Love and John and George Poole, founders of PCL Construction . In the early days of the company’s formation the partners decided there was a need for a medical clinic, and vowed to make it happen. Seven years and a few buildings later, Great-West Life, Confederation Life Insurance Co. and Canada
Canada
Trust Co. became equity partners.

To reflect its growing desire to develop towers as well as operate them, the company changed its name to Oxford Development Group. The firm entered the 1970s as a publicly traded company, with an offering on the Toronto
Toronto
Stock Exchange, with its assets surpassing $1 billion. At the time, large acquisitions included Y">

Watermark Place , London, UK *

Centennial Place , Calgary
Calgary
*

Yorkdale Shopping Centre , Toronto
Toronto
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Constitution Square , Ottawa
Ottawa
*

RBC WaterPark Place , Toronto
Toronto

SEE ALSO

Competitors:

* Brookfield Office
Office
Properties * Cadillac Fairview * Dundee REIT * Ivanhoe Cambridge

REFERENCES

* ^ "Contact". Oxford Properties. Retrieved 2013-01-08. * ^ Source: PCL Construction Leaders, the PCL Story, Our First 100 Years. * ^ https://gresb-public.s3.amazonaws.com/2016/content/2016_NorthAmerica_Snapshot.pdf * ^ https://gresb.com/about * ^ http://www.oxfordproperties.com/corp/Web/sustainability.aspx * ^ http://rbcwaterparkplace.com/

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