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  • Trinity, Timbercreek partner on two Toronto developments

    Trinity, Timbercreek partner on two Toronto developments

    Timbertrin, a partnership between Trinity Development Group Inc. and Timbercreek, is moving forward with development plans for two prime Toronto intersections. The partnership has unveiled plans for two Toronto properties from the Main + Main portfolio, which they joined forces to acquire in early 2018.

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  • Trinity begins building its huge Ottawa development pipeline

    Trinity begins building its huge Ottawa development pipeline

    Trinity Development Group has been laying the groundwork for years to develop several major residential-focused projects in Ottawa. The company and its partners hope they are now about to start reaping the rewards of a 2,700-apartment pipeline in the National Capital.

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  • LRT the ‘driving factor’ in Trinity’s planned residential builds in downtown Ottawa

    LRT the ‘driving factor’ in Trinity’s planned residential builds in downtown Ottawa

    A few blocks east of the Rideau LRT station, Ottawa’s Trinity Development Group has launched the first stage of its ambitious plan to build 2,700 new rental units near light rail stops over the next several years.

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  • Planning committee strikes $6.25M affordable housing deal with developer Trinity

    Planning committee strikes $6.25M affordable housing deal with developer Trinity

    Trinity Development Group has struck a deal to pay $6.25 million towards the city’s affordable housing fund, but there’s no guarantee any such units will end up in the firm’s proposed three-tower development next to Bayview Station.

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  • Six-unit freestanding building with drive-thru proposed at Northumberland Mall

    Six-unit freestanding building with drive-thru proposed at Northumberland Mall

    A parcel of land in Cobourg that currently serves as parking for Northumberland Mall, located just north of Dollarama, could be home to a new six-unit commercial building with a drive-thru next year. - Dominik Wisniewski/Torstar

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  • Trinity drops height at planned Gladstone Station mixed-use development

    Trinity drops height at planned Gladstone Station mixed-use development

    Trinity Development Group is lowering the planned height of its proposed apartment complex next to the future Gladstone Station, according to updated plans filed Thursday with the city.

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  • Paskapoo Slopes development coming together, but stores still not open

    Paskapoo Slopes development coming together, but stores still not open

    It's set to open in March 2020

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  • Trinity files fresh plans for residential towers at Chapel and Rideau streets

    Trinity files fresh plans for residential towers at Chapel and Rideau streets

    An Ottawa developer has revived a plan to build two mixed-use highrises at the former site of a Jewish community centre in Lowertown.

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  • Trinity looking for new development on site of heritage Westboro gas station

    Trinity looking for new development on site of heritage Westboro gas station

    Trinity Development Group is gearing up for a new development on heritage land in the heart of Westboro.

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  • Trinity and partners propose three-tower development along Trillium Line at Gladstone

    Trinity and partners propose three-tower development along Trillium Line at Gladstone

    The consortium of developers behind the trio of highrises proposed for 900 Albert St. is now planning to build three more mixed-use towers just a couple of blocks to the south, the tallest of which would soar 40 storeys.

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  • Trinity, Timbercreek buy central Ottawa properties in Main and Main portfolio purchase

    Trinity, Timbercreek buy central Ottawa properties in Main and Main portfolio purchase

    The company leading the charge to redevelop LeBreton Flats and Bayview Station is adding an additional half-dozen central Ottawa properties, primed for greater density, to its portfolio.

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  • Trinity to break ground on $400M Albert Street skyscraper project in coming days

    Trinity to break ground on $400M Albert Street skyscraper project in coming days

    Preliminary work on constructing the tallest towers in Ottawa is slated to start by the end of the month, according to the lead developer behind the project.

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  • Ottawa Art Gallery’s smart new building marks the beginning of a fresh era

    Ottawa Art Gallery’s smart new building marks the beginning of a fresh era

    Emulation has been a thing in Ottawa architecture ever since a Gothic Revival parliament complex was built in a land where Gothic never existed. The new Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) must be the city’s first official building to riff on the design of a mid-century modernist house.

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  • Dundas West’s infamous Giraffe building has a new owner

    Dundas West’s infamous Giraffe building has a new owner

    Anyone who has passed through the intersection of Dundas West and Bloor has definitely seen it: the Giraffe building, with its mottled yellow-and-brown paint job. It’s hard to miss. The two-storey structure acquired its garish exterior about a decade ago, when a developer converted it into a sales centre for the Giraffe Condos, a proposed 27-storey tower.

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  • Best Ottawa Business Awards honour local ‘leaders we should be proud of’

    Best Ottawa Business Awards honour local ‘leaders we should be proud of’

    Best Ottawa Business Awards honour local 'leaders we should be proud of’.

    Lansdowne visionary John Ruddy, Calian CEO Kevin Ford among homegrown business titans honoured at record-setting ceremony.

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  • Trinity Hills – Sarcee Trail Interchange – Open and Fully Operational

    Trinity Hills – Sarcee Trail Interchange – Open and Fully Operational

    The TransCanada Highway (TCH) – Sarcee Trail Interchange project is open and operational.

    “We’re thrilled to announce this interchange is up and running for Calgarians,” said Aly Premji of Trinity Group, adding that the pathway underpass and public access road into the new development are the only small projects left to finish.

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  • Inside Ottawa Real Estate Pioneer John Ruddy’s lifetime of Achievements

    Inside Ottawa Real Estate Pioneer John Ruddy’s lifetime of Achievements

    ‘Visionary’ behind Lansdowne’s revival forged his reputation in business as a trailblazing retail developer, but it’s his passions for football and philanthropy that have left the most indelible mark on his community.

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  • Ottawa developer and philanthropist John Ruddy named 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

    Ottawa developer and philanthropist John Ruddy named 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient

    It’s a rare entrepreneur whose name alone would be enough to convince some of Ottawa’s most astute businessmen to pour their hard-earned dollars into bringing CFL football back to the capital after two previous attempts had ended in financial disaster.

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  • MEET A KEY FIGURE BEHIND THE REDBLACKS’ RETURN, LANDSDOWNE’S REVITALIZATION AND LEBRETON’S FUTURE

    MEET A KEY FIGURE BEHIND THE REDBLACKS’ RETURN, LANDSDOWNE’S REVITALIZATION AND LEBRETON’S FUTURE

    Peel back the layer of the multimillion-dollar real estate deals and you'll find that Ottawa entrepreneur John Ruddy is a football man at heart.

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  • Visionaries

    Visionaries

    Ottawa is an ever-evolving city that has seen a steady, multi-faceted growth pattern from industry to housing to transportation. The city limits have progressively expanded over the years, with the greatest growth occurring in 2001 with the amalgamation of all the municipalities of the Regional Municipality of Ottawa-Carleton into one city.

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