How can an analysis through the lens of a finance education and eco-friendly building methods prompt news ways to look at ROI on commercial real estate projects? We discuss with Jonathan Westeinde.

On this episode we’re speaking with Jonathan Westeinde, founder and CEO of Windmill Developments. Windmill has become one of Canada’s most well-known green building developers, having completed over $1B of developments since 2003. With a background that touches on construction, economics, and ecology, Jonathan is specifically interested in creating alternative financing vehicles to embed sustainability into projects.

With his work at Windmill he’s become a recognized leader in Canada for finding innovative solutions for non-conventional lifecycle financing issues.

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