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Larry Morassutti has been a respected real estate advisor to financial institutions, public companies and significant private companies for forty years. He is a trustee of Summit Industrial Income REIT, a publicly listed REIT on the TSX and is Chair of the Investment Committee and is also a member of the Audit Committee and the Compensation Committee. He is a director of Orlando Corporation, which is Canada's largest privately owned industrial developer and landlord and is a director of The Elia Corporation, which is a major private Canadian real estate investment and development company.

He is also a former trustee of the Canadian Real Estate Investment Trust (now Choice Properties REIT, a publicly listed REIT on the TSX), which included being past Chair of both the Investment and Audit Committees. He is a co-founder of RealNet Canada. He has also chaired numerous real estate conferences across North America. He is a past director of The WoodGreen Foundation, which supports one of the largest social service agencies in Toronto and is a past director of The York School in Toronto. Larry Morassutti obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Toronto and is a Chartered Professional Accountant.

Jordan Morassutti is a Co-Founder of North Drive Investments Inc., an award winning development company focused on contextually responsive upmarket residential condominiums in Toronto's classic neighbourhoods. He is a frequent speaker at commercial real estate conferences and has appeared in and on BNN/Bloomberg, The Globe & Mail, National Post, Toronto Star and others. Jordan Morassutti is a graduate of the London School of Economics and was awarded the Ormsby Prize for his undergraduate dissertation on land economics.

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Taylor Morassutti is a Co-Founder of North Drive Investments Inc., an award winning development company focused on contextually responsive upmarket residential condominiums in Toronto's classic neighbourhoods. Winner of the 2012 NAIOP Development Challenge, Taylor Morassutti is a graduate of Queen's University and the London School of Economics and was awarded distinction on his graduate thesis at LSE.