It all comes down to execution

"On all of our deals we have had people say 'can't' to us.  They say 'Can't be done, can't do that, can't raise money, etcetera.'  At Slate, we don't do 'can't' well."

Blair Welch, Partner & Co-Founder

Having multiple capital sources means that we are able to pursue many types of deals, pairing the right opportunities with the right investors in the process. Slate has worked extensively with pension funds and private equity in addition to having raised debt capital via our wide relationships with North American banks and private lenders.

Slate continues to build on its proven track record of executing on complex transactions and creating meaningful value in commercial real estate.

Private Alternative Investments

Slate BX office Slate-Blackstone Portfolio (launched in 2005; sold in 2011)
In partnership with The Blackstone Group, Slate assembled a 3.2 million square foot value-add office portfolio across major Canadian markets, ultimately selling the portfolio to a Canadian REIT in 2011. Read the story →
Slate GE office GE Canadian Equity Platform (acquired in 2013)
GE was seeking a buyer for a platform comprising core office towers, suburban office complexes, industrial properties and an entire management team in a transaction valued at $1 billion. Read the story →

Public Markets

Slate US Retail Slate Retail REIT (launched in 2014)
The continuation of a 2011 strategy to build an institutional-quality portfolio of U.S. grocery-anchored shopping centres that today spans 20 states with Slate as one of the most active acquirers in the segment. Learn more →
Slate Office REIT Slate Office REIT (launched in 2015)
Slate is building an institutional quality portfolio that comprises the places where countless Canadians come to work everyday - our new Canadian office platform has a fast-growing national footprint. Learn more →