Sites are in-fill with existing infrastructure, close to existing employment bases, and to which value can be added through planning, entitlements, and site management.
Regional and local concerns play a significant role in shaping a development. It is imperative to understand these concerns early in the process and to address them effectively without jeopardizing project market appeal or profitability.
The Cherrybrook Group makes the market paramount in all of its development and planning strategies, and keeps the market foremost in mind when negotiating with the various municipal bodies or reviewing agencies.
Relationships and the need for cooperative developments are common characteristics of many of our projects. When necessary we select a cooperative relationship for a particular site or project based on the requirements for the development. These strategic alliances allow us to enter previously untapped markets.
Value is the theme of real estate in the new millennium. That is particularly true for today’s buyers. High-value projects and products limit cyclical market exposure and shorten project marketing time.