Maxim Development Corp.

The Developer

Mark Bucsis, C.A., President of Brixton Development Corp. graduated from the University of Saskatchewan in 1979 and obtained a Bachelor of Commerce degree (Accounting major) and Bachelor of Arts & Science degree (Economics major). He obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1982 and worked in an international public accounting firm until 1987.

From 1987 to 1992 Mark worked as Controller and then Finance Manager of a Saskatchewan based real estate development company. The company was involved in the construction and development of residential multi-family condominiums in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. During the 5 years spent with the company, he was involved in the development of numerous multi-family residential projects of up to 450 units.

In 1992 Mark joined a Vancouver based real estate development company as Vice President. The company was involved in the acquisition and renovation of multi-family apartment and condominium projects primarily in the United States. He spent 12 years with the company and was involved in all facets of property development. Projects completed ranged in size from 50 units to over 250.

In 2003 Mark contracted with the University of Saskatchewan for one year as a Business Development Officer. He was involved in various projects with the University including the acquisition of a commercial property in Saskatoon developed as a Primary Health Care Centre.

In 2004 Mark commenced the development of a $20 million condominium project in University Heights area of Saskatoon. This project consisted of 126 units constructed in two phases. The first phase was completed in 2005 and the second phase was completed in 2008.

In 2009 Mark commenced the first phase of The Hampton, a 46 unit condominium project in Saskatoon with a total sales value of $11.5M. The project was completed in 2010 and was sold and closed out. In 2011, construction of the second phase of The Hampton commenced. This phase consisted of 41 units with a total sales value of $10M and was sold and closed out in the summer of 2012.

In the spring of 2012 Mark commenced the first phase of Blairmore Landing, a 75 unit condominium project consisting of 2 buildings in Saskatoon with a sales value of $12.6M. The project was completed in the summer of 2013 and has been completely sold and closed out.

In the summer of 2013 Mark commenced the second phase of Blairmore Landing consisting of 82 units in 2 buildings, with a sales value of $16.5M. The project is currently 90 % sold and is projected to be completely sold out by the summer of 2015.