Building Inclusive & Sustainable Communities

UPRC EXPERTISE

Vision & Planning

Community growth and sustainability is at the heart of all of our property developments

Development

Our team of experts can show you how to maximize the value of your real estate assets

Long Term Operations

Our professionals guide projects through the various stages of real estate development as quickly and efficiently as possible

United Property Resource Corporation looks at developments holistically and takes a “community first” approach. Each project is designed to be financially sustainable in perpetuity, and professional expertise is provided throughout the entire process.

The United Property Resource Corporation (UPRC) is a Canadian property developer that partners with communities of faith and non profit organizations to identify property redevelopment opportunities within their real estate portfolios, and transform these assets into affordable housing communities with inclusive community and cultural spaces.

Together, we build open, resilient and sustainable communities.

Our trail blazing property redevelopment model provides faith based and non profit organizations with an innovative solution to reviving and amplifying their social impact, while also addressing Canada’s affordable housing crisis.

Happening Now

Our Guiding Principles

WE ARE PIONEERS

We innovate and lead by advocating for progressive real estate and financial models that create long-term sustainability.

WE ARE COLLABORATIVE

We work with all stakeholders to build spaces that open, diverse, affordable and sustainable.

WE ARE STEWARDS

It is our responsibility to build open, equitable and environmentally sustainable communities that leave a positive legacy for future generations.

WE BELIEVE IN HOUSING FOR ALL

Housing is a basic human right. We are committed to developing safe, stable and affordable housing for all Canadians.

“Let’s re-imagine what our neighbourhoods could look like over the next 15 years, and the common good that re-purposing real estate can have on communities.”
Tim Blair

CEO, United Property Resource Corporation