Diverse and active living environments

We currently manage more than 160 apartment buildings and 18 500 units in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Our real estate inventory is diversified and includes all types of buildings, for every budget.

Alongside our partners, we manage and build rental condos offering common areas, green spaces and rooftop terraces designed to provide a modern and comfortable lifestyle.

Our unique business model allows us to develop and manage under one roof mixed-use projects that include local shops to make residents’ lives easier.

Generating revenues

Properties benefit from various revenue generation programs, with a focus on strategies to maximize potential income (EM2) as well as developing additional income sources.

COGIR Real Estate also has a strong property repositioning expertise, which follows a proven internal process: from a primary market research to phases of redesign, job monitoring and merchandizing.

Cost management is a key aspect in this field—to that effect, COGIR Real Estate provides purchasing plans and an extensive labour network to exceed the usual performance indicators in the industry.

Integrated and complete service

Our strength lies with our professionals who have expertise focused on the creation of revenues, customer service and cost management.

We manage the overall strategic and operational activities, resulting in stable real estate asset performance. Our multidisciplinary experts are on the lookout for the latest trends and are able to work with our partners to offer them customized, creative and efficient solutions.

Tenant satisfaction is our priority

Our team ensures that tenants are satisfied at all times, and that dynamic, attractive communities are created and maintained across our properties. Through its experienced operational team, COGIR Real Estate focuses all efforts towards property optimization, while maintaining healthy cost management.

Discover over 160 rental properties

Find the building that fits your lifestyle. We have inviting living environments in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.