Media & Community


The Record

Wednesday, Jun 03, 2015
“Development of former NCR site taking shape

Cambridge Times

Tuesday, May 12, 2015
“Prestige’ business park moves closer to fruition”

Saturday, April 2nd, 2011
“Heritage on the menu”

The Record Editorial
Wednesday, Dec 16th, 2009
“Reclaiming heritage before it’s all gone”

The Record
Tuesday, Dec 8th, 2009
“Old school house to become part of Sportsworld redevelopment”

The Globe and Mail
Tuesday, Sept 9th, 2008
“At this centre, it’s power to the pedestrians”

Waterloo Region Record
Friday, April 18th, 2008
“’High-end retail will be a part of Sportsworld Crossing”

Waterloo Region Record
Friday, October 5th, 2007
“’Sportsworld Crossing’ Bucks Big-Box Trend”

Waterloo Region Record
Saturday, December 2nd, 2006
“Sportsworld Crossing”

Waterloo Region Record
Wednesday, November 30th, 2005
“Sportsworld Reinvented”


ULI Pro Bono Program / John Howard Society of Toronto:
Through Intermarket’s involvement with the Urban Land Institute pro-bono program, the John Howard Society was selected as the winning bidder for receiving professional real estate assistance with locating and procuring property for a Reintegration Hub in close proximity to the Mimico Correctional facility. Mimico will be the largest penitentiary facility in Canada and as such,    the John Howard Society facility will play an important role in supporting recent prison releasees.

Family and Children Services (FACS) of Waterloo Region:
Intermarket’s Sportsworld Crossing project was purposely designed as a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use office and retail complex. The design took into consideration the need for active space for events by creating a centrally located Central Green Space which is ideal for use by charitable and non-profit groups for the collective benefit of the community. FACS of Waterloo hosts an annual Hot Shots street hockey tournament at Sportsworld and the partnership has been a tremendous fundraising success as it has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for this worthy charity.

Beaches Community Soccer:
Intermarket has been the sponsor of ten (10) youth teams in the Beaches Community Soccer league in Toronto. In addition, Mark Kindrachuk, President of Intermarket, has served as the head coach of each team.

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