Centurion is committed to growth through its strategic acquisitions and developments of income-producing rental apartments and student housing communities across Canada and the United States. We focus on assets located in high-growth geographic markets, which offer economies of scale with Centurion’s existing platform, as well as opportunities to maximize shareholder value through its superior risk-adjusted returns.
Our Core Competencies
Centurion has developed its strong reputation for executing on its investments by relying on our experienced management team, strong relationships within the industry, and a fully integrated, national investment and operating platform. Our goal is to achieve mutually satisfactory transactions for all parties involved while simultaneously establishing strong, long-term relationships with our real estate partners and developers.
Centurion’s recently completed acquisitions include:
5885 Cavendish Boulevard
18 James Street
1155 Mackay Street
Kelowna, British Columbia
333-337 Drysdale Boulevard
Quebec City, Quebec
2551 Chemin des Quatre-Bourgeois
10054 79 Avenue NW
Vice President, Investments
416-733-5600 ext. 366 | [email protected]
Ryan joined Centurion in March 2019. In his current role, he oversees the origination and execution of all acquisitions through Centurion Apartment REIT and leads the company’s investment analyst team, who are responsible for underwriting all of Centurion’s real estate investments. Ryan has over 12 years of experience in the investment and financial services industries, having held various positions with private investment firms and multinational companies. Prior to joining Centurion, he spent approximately six years with Hazelview Investments (formerly Timbercreek Asset Management), a real estate and alternative investment manager, where he was responsible for the execution and underwriting of various acquisitions, dispositions, developments, and mortgage investments across all real estate asset classes.
Ryan holds an MBA from the Rotman School of Business at the University of Toronto.