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Aug 3, 2016

First Capital Realty Inc. Completes Acquisition of Assembly of Properties at Northeast Corner of Avenue Road and Lawrence Avenue, Toronto

Hayden Solomons, Christie McNeill, Daniel Mahler, Sidonia J. Tomasella and Faruk Gafic

First Capital Realty Inc. (“First Capital”) completed the acquisition of an assembly of properties located at the northeast corner of Avenue Road and Lawrence Avenue in Toronto for a total purchase price of approximately $63.2 million. The assembly included the well-known Pusateri’s Fine Foods gourmet grocery store on Avenue Road.

The Aird & Berlis LLP team representing First Capital included Hayden Solomons, Christie McNeill, Daniel Mahler, Sidonia Loiacono and Faruk Gafic.

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