Senior Vice President, Land Development
Ashley leads our Real Estate Development Team, overseeing development initiatives within our multifamily portfolio. In addition to those responsibilities, Ashley also champions CAPREIT’s business strategy of expanding our manufactured housing community (MHC) through land development projects.
Ashley brings over fifteen years’ experience leading a real estate development team for an established Ontario-based homebuilding company prior to joining CAPREIT. Ashley has also worked as a lawyer for one of Canada’s most prestigious law firms.
Recently, Ashley was recognized for her leadership and skill in real estate development, land use and city-building, by being selected as a Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) Champion by the Toronto Urban Land Institute (ULI).
“You live and you learn”
I come from a family of developer/builders so they get it!
Being recognized recently as part of the Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI) Champions selected by the Toronto Urban Land Institute for leadership and skill in real estate development, land use and city-building.
The collaboration between teams to solve problems with creative solutions.
Paul Simon’s 1986 album “Graceland”
I am crazy for surfing and typically spend my holidays on surf trips. That and making art!
CAPREIT has a vested interest in providing safe, clean and viable places for Canadians to live. Whether through ESG initiatives, capital expenditure or other projects, we invest in the maintenance of our communities and the benefit are passed on to our residents.
Happy #WorldHealthDay! This year’s theme is ‘Our Planet, Our Health’ which focuses on the importance of keeping humans and the planet healthy, in order to create livable communities, where clean air, water and food are available for all.
A growing number of Canadian real estate companies are stepping up to the plate to offer assistance to Ukrainians in the midst of the ongoing crisis. Now, a group of Canada’s largest private and public rental housing providers have united to offer support for the people of Ukraine.
CTV News: A double tragedy: Toronto charity making preparations to host young Ukrainian cancer patients in need of treatment
Scott Lightfoot – CTV News – Monday, March 14th 2022 ‘A double tragedy’: Toronto charity making preparations to host young Ukrainian cancer patients in …
Interview on CKLW AM800 – Canadian rental housing organizations banding together to offer support for Ukraine
THE SHIFT with Patty Handysides – Monday, March 14th 2022 Mark Kenney, President and CEO of CAPREIT, speaks with Patty Handysides on CKLW AM800 …