Portfolio

Overview

Dream Office REIT owns a portfolio of high-quality, well-located and attractively priced business premises. The portfolio comprises central business district and suburban office properties predominantly located in major urban centres across Canada. Please see the Portfolio Summary for a printable overview of the portfolio.

High Concentration in Toronto’s Financial District

Aerial view of 212 King building

212 King St. W

Nighttime shot of Dream Office REIT's building located at 437 University Ave. in Downtown Toronto.

438 University Ave.

Perspective shot of Dream Office's 80 Richmond St. building in the financial district.

80 Richmond St.

Aerial photo of the city core featuring an array of Dream Office REIT's assets; 20 and 36 Toronto Street beside 30 Adelaide Street.

20 Toronto St.

Blue skies drone shot of Dream's 30 Adelaide Street East office with the orange Dream logo on the rooftop.

30 Adelaide St.

Drone image of Dream Office's 350 Bay Street building.

350 Bay St.

Portrait shot of Dream Office's 67 Richmond St. with people walking by on the sidewalk on an overcast day.

67 Richmond St.

Aerial shot of the city core featuring an array of Dream Office REIT's assets highlighting 36 Toronto Street beside 30 Adelaide Street.

36 Toronto

Perspective shot of Dream Office's 6 Adelaide Street on a sunny blue sky day.

6 Adelaide St.

Drone image with the sun shining on Dream Office's 357 Bay Street building.

357 Bay St.

Full length shot of Dream Office's Adelaide Place with mirrored exterior and people crossing the street intersection.

Adelaide Place

Bright image of Dream Office's 720 Bay Street building.

720 Bay St.

Geographic Diversification

30

properties

5.2M

sq. ft. gross leasable area(3)

11,000

sq. ft. average tenant size(3)

5.0

year weighted average lease term(3)

87.2%

portfolio occupancy(3)

(1) This chart illustrates the fair value of investment properties by region, excluding investment in joint ventures and properties under development as at March 31, 2021.
(2) Other includes 2% in Saskatchewan and 2% in U.S. based on investment property fair value.
(3) Operational metrics include committed leases and exclude properties under development and investments in joint ventures.