Burlington, ON, Canada (PRWEB) October 4, 2006
Systech Systems International, Inc. (PINK SHEETS: SSYT.PK) CEO Judith Marsh announced that Systech has established a wholly owned real estate subsidiary ... Platinum Partners.
Platinum Partner’s mission is to bring new merchants and new concepts to undervalued markets whenever possible. Platinum’s overall objective is to acquire or to develop dominantly positioned retail centers and multifamily housing units that provide stable long-term assets to increase Shareholders value.
Platinum’s focus is to create value by acquiring and developing the highest quality retail and multifamily properties in growth markets. The “value” is a product of developing dynamic projects, with high level design, tenanted by as many “new to the area” merchants as possible. Value is also created through the acquisition of projects with potential benefits from the value added opportunities such as improved management and leasing, expansion, re-tenanting, or redevelopment.
Platinum Partners (SSYT), http://www.systechsystemsinc.com, is a full service, integrated retail, multifamily development and acquisition company with in-house capabilities including Architecture, Marketing, Leasing, Finance, Development, Construction Management and Property Management.
With the opportunities currently available, we have positioned Platinum Partners to take full advantage and we anticipate that the company will be a very important and lucrative part of our business.
Henry Walker or Tom Wilson at
SSI Investor Relations
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