Anthony Lanni, Executive Vice President, Residential with QuadReal, is with Adam and Aaron today for another Canadian Real Estate Forum webinar in the Thought Leadership series. Anthony represents a portfolio valued at over $4 billion plus more than 30,000 suites in development in 9 cities across Canada.
QuadReal has assets in 17 countries, but Anthony explains why the Canadian market excites him the most. He also talks about how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the multi-residential space and what amenities are becoming more relevant to tenants.
Topics covered include:
- A breakdown on QuadReal’s portfolio and their global presence.
- The reasons for Anthony’s excitement about the Canadian market before, during, and after the pandemic.
- Enhancing the quality of life for residents with technology.
- Amenities that will be sought after over the next ten years.
- Healthy competition for residential assets.
- Making the decision on condo versus multi-residential.
- QuadReal’s management of British Columbia Investment Management Corporation’s portfolio.
- The rising average age in senior living facilities.
- QuadReal’s recent investment in student housing.
- Rent controls inhibiting supply growth.
- The impact of COVID-19 on vacancy rates and rent collection.
- Comparing the importance of occupancy and rent growth in 2021.
More about our guest….
Anthony Lanni joined QuadReal in February 2017. As Executive Vice President, Residential, he is responsible for the overall leadership and strategic direction of QuadReal’s Canadian Residential and Seniors Housing portfolios, including responsibility for the sector’s integrated investment management, technical services and property management functional areas.
With demonstrated leadership in acquisitions, development and construction, Anthony brings a deep understanding of markets and design to the QuadReal leadership team. Anthony was formerly a Vice President with Bentall Kennedy, where he led multi-family asset management activities in Canada. Previously, he was a partner with a Canadian development company with responsibility for the firm’s investment and development programs. Earlier, Anthony worked in corporate finance in both New York and Toronto with a global financial institution.
Anthony holds an MBA in Real Estate & Finance from the Schulich School of Business at York University, a BES from York University, and is a Professional Land Economist.
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