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LJM Developments Opens New York Office

Nov, 11, 14

LJM Developments Opens New York Office
 
NEW YORK, N.Y., Nov. 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via PRWEB – LJM Developments, a boutique Burlington-based real estate developer, established a New York City office to pursue cross-border opportunities. LJM Developments is an innovative developer that supports urban-inspired living with a combination of great amenities for homeowners in prime locations.

“It was time that LJM Developments put its extensive network of contacts within Canada, the US, and internationally to better use by expanding our presence with a physical location in New York,” says Shaheryar Mian at LJM Developments. Shaheryar believes that LJM Developments will be better able to support development and fund-raising efforts with a presence in New York and reaffirmed the firm’s commitment to developing quality residential and commercial projects.

The company’s core focus in the US will be to seek real-estate investment and co-development opportunities in the residential and commercial space; and also investments in the hospitality market. The company entered the food and beverage business in 2013 with investments in Canada, and New York.

With recent exhibitions at Cityscape Global Conference in Dubai and the World’s Property Market (MIPIM) in France, LJM Developments set itself apart by developing international partnerships to foster growth and support for home markets. As one of only a few Canadian exhibitors at both world-class real estate development conferences, LJM Developments proudly presented Canada’s strong global reputation as a leader in finance and real estate.

“With major successes in our projects in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), Waterview Condominiums and Appleby Gardens Condominiums, we are looking to further expand our footprint,” says Mian. “By establishing this link to the US market, LJM Developments will not only expand its presence south of the border, but also encourage greater financial partnerships that can support larger projects in our own backyard in the GTA.”