Established in 1960, Oxford manages approximately C$60 billion of assets across the globe on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Oxford’s portfolio encompasses office, retail, industrial, hotels and multifamily residential and spans more than 100 million square feet in global gateway cities and hubs across four continents. A disciplined and thematic investor, Oxford invests in properties, portfolios, development sites, debt, securities and platforms across the risk-reward spectrum.
With its global headquarters in Toronto, Oxford operates out of 17 regional offices including London, Luxembourg, New York, Singapore and Sydney. Its long-term approach to real estate investment aligns Oxford’s interests to its customers and the communities in which it operates. Oxford is owned by OMERS, the defined benefit pension plan for Ontario's municipal employees.
Moving westward in Canada, Oxford’s Industrial portfolio began to grow through a series of acquisitions and new development opportunities. Currently, the Canadian industrial assets total over 14M SF with a development pipeline of up to 6M SF throughout the GTA, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver.
In early 2019, Oxford entered into a partnership agreement for the ownership of IDI Logistics, one of the USA’s leading industrial development companies. This partnership provided a further portfolio and development pipeline of approximately 45M SF throughout 12 markets in the USA. Combined, Oxford Industrial is now actively involved in upwards of 65M SF of existing assets and development opportunities throughout North America.
Building on our reputation of providing first-class customer service, Oxford Industrial is home to many of the world’s leading corporations including Amazon, Best Buy, Canada Post, Campbells, Cardinal Health, Home Depot, Kuehne & Nagel, Lowes, Maersk, Mondelez, McKesson, Nestle, PPG, Richoh, and Walmart.
We create safe spaces.
We prioritize the health, safety and well-being of our customers. It is the first filter for every decision we make—whether escalating our cleaning standards, introducing more personal protective equipment or optimizing the fresh air in our properties. By selecting practices that maximize safety for our people, and by being proactive, transparent, welcoming and human, we create safe and productive places for everyone.
Principles based sustainability.
Oxford is committed to connecting people to exceptional places, and our environmental, social and governance practices play an important role in delivering on that vision. We take a leadership approach that creates value for our business while doing what’s right for our customers and communities.