WELCOME TO BRASS ENTERPRISES INC

Creating investment opportunities in multifamily properties

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THE HERMITAGE

The Hermitage is a brand new Trophy Asset, located in Downtown St. Petersburg, Florida. Built in 2017, The Hermitage is a 348-unit, 8-story, highly-amenitized, condo-quality midrise apartment community.

THE ORION

The Orion is an institutional-quality, Class A multi-family asset located in the Central West End, one of St. Louis’ most prestigious and affluent submarkets. Built in 2015, The Orion is an opulent 178-unit, 7-story, midrise rental community, rising above an expansive 38,511 square foot Whole Foods Market.

1221 BROADWAY

The 194-unit 1221 Broadway apartments in Tempe, Arizona offers a mix of studio, one, two, and three-bedroom contemporary apartment homes. Completed in 2016, Aura on Broadway has been thoughtfully designed and diligently constructed to out-perform its denser, more expensive competition over the long-term.

INTRODUCING OUR LATEST ACQUISITION

We are pleased to announce that The Hermitage purchase has now officially closed.

Ephry Merkur

ABOUT BRASS ENTERPRISES

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OUR STORY

Brass Enterprises is an investment group with a robust appetite for multifamily real estate acquisitions in high growth markets in the US. Our origins found us in our home country, Canada, where we are still based.

ORIGINAL VISION: Brass Enterprises was formed with the goal of purchasing apartment buildings throughout Canada. Initially we invested heavily in the Toronto market, where real estate assets saw a massive lift in value. Brass acquired buildings in: The Forest Hill Village in central Toronto, where young professionals were moving to enjoy the convenience of a short commute to downtown employment centres without the need for a vehicle; the Church and Wellesley area which was becoming a hot spot for student living and cultural community living; and the High Park region, which was gentrifying at an accelerated pace.

OUR START IN CANADA

In 2008, Brass started buying in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, whose government was undergoing a dramatic change. For sixteen years the province had been dominated by the left-leaning NDP party, which had sought to protect the province’s natural resources from exploitation. In 2007, power was transferred to a right wing, conservative party – and growth in the province began to accelerate. Anticipating a boom, as its neighboring province, Alberta, experienced, Brass set their sight on commodity-rich Saskatchewan. Concurrently, the price of commodities began to rise steeply. Within a few short years, The Brass team succeeded in putting together an attractive portfolio of apartment buildings throughout Prince Albert, Swift Current, Yorkton, and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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