The Hi-Rise Group of Companies
Warren S. Green, B.A. LLB
President & CEO
Warren Green of Toronto, Ontario, is the C.E.O. and President of The Hi-Rise Group and has served in that capacity since he established company in 1979. Mr. Green holds a Bachelors Degree from the University of Toronto and LL.B from Osgoode Law School. Prior to establishing The Hi-Rise Group, Mr. Green was a co-founder of the law firm of Farano Green and president and CEO of Planned Fiscal Systems Ltd, a company engaged in the building, development and financing of apartments, townhouses and commercial projects. Additionally, Mr. Green was responsible for the construction and financing of approximately 3000 apartment suite MURB projects between 1977-1981.
Mr. Warren Green established The Hi-Rise Group in 1979. Mr. Green sources development opportunities and is responsible for arranging all aspects of project development, financing and marketing of the company’s projects.
Shawn Marr B.A. LLB
Vice-President and Director
Shawn Marr of Toronto, Ontario is the Vice-President for The Hi-Rise Group and has served in that capacity since 1994. Primary responsibilities include project management, financing arrangements and development of projects. Mr. Marr was the project manager for Labourers International Union of North America (“LIUNA”) with respect to the re-development of the historic Lister Block in downtown Hamilton at James St. North, which won the prestigious Heritage Foundation Canada Achievement Award and City of Hamilton Award of Outstanding Achievement & Excellence in Restoration. This project involved restoring the historic Lister Building to accommodate the City of Hamilton tenancy with a total square footage of 65,000 sq.ft. Construction of this project was completed in March, 2011. Currently, Hi-Rise is in partnership with the LIUNA, and Mr. Marr is the project manager of the redevelopment of the historic William Thomas building in downtown Hamilton which involves restoring the façade of the historic William Thomas Building and building additional structures to accommodate a student housing residence.