Harlo Capital and a partner acquired a 10.7-acre industrial site in Burlington, Ontario. The property is located 600 meters south of the QEW at the intersection of Walkers Line and Harvester Road. This location benefits from its proximity to local and inter-regional transportation corridors, and its connection to the Greater Golden Horseshoe markets. The partnership is executing a development strategy that includes site clean-up, short-term leasing, and long-term redevelopment of the property to maximize returns.
This 449,434-sf portfolio of industrial assets is situated in the strategic logistics node of Cornwall, Ontario. Large retailers and distributors favour this location for its ability to service eastern Canada, including the Ottawa valley, Quebec, and the Atlantic provinces, while being connected to the GTA’s industrial gravity via Highway 401. These buildings benefit from direct access to Highway 401, 2 km northwest along Boundary Road, as well as the Canadian/United States border crossing in downtown Cornwall 8 km away. The stable tenant mix is managed by Harlo with our experienced partner and boasts institutional covenants, established local businesses, emerging green industry, and key elements of the e-commerce ecosystem from warehousing components to last mile solutions.
440 Victoria Street North is an 18.87-acre industrial property well located 2.5 km north of Hamilton’s downtown core, 1.5 km south of Hamilton Harbour, 2.3 km to the CN rail railyard, and 7 km to the Queen Elizabeth Way. The property is zoned for a variety of industrial, light industrial, and commercial uses, providing strategic flexibility for Harlo and its partner. The development contemplates approximately 438,000 sf of Gross Floor Area, split between self-storage and for-sale & for-lease industrial space, which will be developed sequentially based on market demand.