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The Torontification of Manhattan

The Torontification of Manhattan
(Image: courtesy Oxford Properties)

Three T.O.-based real estate power players, apparently not satisfied with the dandelion-like spread of skyscrapers in our core, have invaded the high-rent mecca of NYC

The Torontification of Manhattan

Manhattanite carpetbaggers have long trekked north to snap up our real estate. Finally, the reverse is true. Since the recession, three T.O. companies have been buying up New York turf like a real-life Monopoly game. Here, the players and properties.


The Torontification of Manhattan
OXFORD PROPERTIES

Headquartered on Bay Street and owner of 48 properties in the GTA. Toronto’s Blake Hutcheson is CEO.


The Torontification of Manhattan
BROOKFIELD OFFICE PROPERTIES

Canadian since the 1920s. Its global head office is on Bay Street. President Tom Farley earned his stripes here.


The Torontification of Manhattan
HBC

North America’s oldest corporation, with headquarters in the Simpson Tower. Bonnie Brooks is vice-chair of the board.


Start the slideshow of properties they’re scooping up »

The Torontification of Manhattan
Fifth Avenue Shopping Nook
West-Side Triple High-Rise
The Torontification of Manhattan
Hell’s Kitchen Media Hive
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Madison Avenue Financial Hub
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Midtown Fashion Mecca
Battery Park City Super-Complex
Midtown Monolith
Bryant Park Skyscraper
Mini-City on the Hudson

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