Secord Crossing II LP is raising equity capital for the servicing and development of the Secord Crossing lands. The General Partner is the Everest Group of Companies, a successful Edmonton-based land developer. The investment is divided into Class A and Class B LP Units: Class A – Exit after servicing of property (target: early Spring 2017). Projected return on investment 17%. Class B – Exit after completion of entire build-out, target 2019. Projected return on investment 95% over project duration. Class A Units are convertible to Class B Units upon servicing completion. The General Partner has obtained commitment letters from take-out lenders to exit the Class A investors upon completion of servicing.

The project consists of a gross total of 33.12 acres, comprised of 28.47 acres of Commercial/Business zoning, and 4.65 acres in medium-density residential. The business plan is expected to unfold over 3 years, with the project being executed in phases to maximize investor return.

Commercial/Business

• This commercial area is the retail and business hub for the entire Secord neighbourhood

• Excellent frontage onto 104 Avenue (Highway 16A) and 231 Street, with a new interchange slated for construction 2016

• Total of 345,000 – 600,000 sqft. in building potential

• Ideal for convenience stores, medical offices, car dealerships, restaurants, small retailers, and professional offices Medium Density Residential

• The Secord Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP) allows for both Rowhousing and Low Rise structures for the Medium Density Residential

• Everest could build approx 60 Rowhousing units or 120 low-rise apartment-style condos (final decision subject to market analysis and City of Edmonton approval)

Medium Density Residential

• The Secord Neighbourhood Structure Plan (NSP) allows for both Rowhousing and Low Rise structures for the Medium Density Residential

• Everest could build approx 60 Rowhousing units or 120 low-rise apartment-style condos (final decision subject to market analysis and City of Edmonton approval)