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A firm commitment to the highest quality of service in the Industrial and Commercial Marketplace has been the cornerstone of Indusite Realty Corporation since its inception in 1981.

Today, INDUSITE has a strong nucleus of twenty-five experienced, well-trained agents, whose objective is to satisfy our clients' needs in a professional and ethical manner.

INDUSITE has always reacted dynamically to the changing market, recognizing the importance of smaller to mid-range users while expanding our larger corporate business community. The extensive collective experience of our staff ensures we can effectively service all components of Industrial and Commercial requirements from 500 to 500,000 square feet.

As we strive to grow as industry leaders, INDUSITE has developed and continues to enhance our sales, marketing, accounting and research strategies and infrastructure. Over the years we have also formed strong relationships with other specialized agencies and organizations. Through our ongoing association with The Toronto Real Estate Board, and The Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (SIOR), we have a network of contacts throughout Canada, United States and Europe that can provide superior real estate service.

SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL REPRESENTATION

All members of Indusite Realty Corporation are qualified to offer the highest level of professional representation in the following specialized areas:

  • Sale and Leasing of Industrial, Commercial and Office properties
  • Sale and Purchase of Investment Properties
  • Purchase or sale of Land or Land Assembly
  • Plant Relocation Analysis
  • Lease vs. Purchase Analysis
  • Lease Renewal Negotiations
  • Opinion of Value Reports
  • Highest and Best Use

Our Services

We provide full service at every step.

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Expert Industrial / Commercial Services

Market Reports

Food grade facilities

Latest Updates

News

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Emerging Trends In Real Estate-2021

This year has seen a reversal of past trends, in large part due to COVID-19. While in previous years we saw a move towards reduced space requirements and increased densification with the rise of open-concept offices and co-working environments, physical distancing measures may be prompting a need for more space.

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Headwinds Are Rising, But the Canadian Economy Continues to Perform

An energy shock, a slowing real estate market, falling stock prices, inflation, rising interest rates—it all adds up to an increasing risk of recession in Canada. While we do expect economic activity to slow down in the face of these headwinds, we are not talking about a recession this year.

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Ontario Halal Processor to Buy Poultry Packing Capacity

An Ontario meat processor specializing in the halal market has a deal in place to boost its capacity by buying a nearby chicken and specialty fowl packer.

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