TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#appointmentrelease–Toronto-based real estate development company, Core Development Group (Core), recently announced the appointment of Daniel Ger to the position of Executive Vice President (EVP) of Development, Multi-Residential.
In his role as EVP, Ger will be responsible for managing the company’s multi-unit residential portfolio from concept to completion. He will oversee the firm’s planning and development department, internal and external sales and marketing teams and ensure smooth execution from the acquisition to closing stages of all projects.
“I am very pleased to welcome Daniel to the company. Daniel is a seasoned professional with exceptional leadership and development skills and I am confident he will add immense value to Core in his role overseeing the firm’s growing multi-unit residential portfolio,” said Bryan Nykoliation, President of Core Development Group.
Ger has over 15 years of experience in the real estate development sector, spanning across an array of asset types. The majority of his career was spent developing a portfolio of seniors housing communities across Ontario. Most recently, Ger was Chief Development Officer (CDO) of Options for Homes, Canada’s largest affordable housing developer. As CDO, Ger was responsible for the development of over 2,000 residential units across Ontario, ranging from complex urban infill developments to green-field master planned communities.
Ger received his M.B.A. with honours from the University of Guelph. He is a mentor with the Urban Land Institute, a member of the City of Brampton’s Housing Advisory Committee and is a guest lecturer at the University of Guelph and Schulich School of Business.
About Core Development Group
Core Development Group is a Toronto-based real estate development company that actively sources, develops and manages a wide range of residential real estate projects. The company takes a holistic approach to development and offers a comprehensive range of development and project management services to their clients and partners. Core’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Avanew, focuses on acquiring and developing both urban and suburban rental assets to address the growing demand for more affordable residential living alternatives throughout Ontario. For more information, visit: coredevelopment.ca.
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