Cherney Properties has built an 80 year legacy of customer satisfaction and retention by understanding and being responsive to our tenants’ needs. We’ve earned confidence and trust,
We offer a diverse portfolio of retail, commercial, industrial and residential properties in prime locations and within walking distance to shops, restaurants, trails, an industrial parkway, and essential services including our regional hospital, schools, and places of worship.
Cherney Properties understands the value of making the right choice at the right time for your new home or place of business. We possess the experience, knowledge and the expertise to help you make that decision and we take the time and care that’s needed to ensure your success. That’s why so many of our clients have been with us for more than 20 years.
Continually innovating and striving to improve upon the delivery of service to our clients, Cherney Properties' team of experts, along with locally employed tradespeople has a solid reputation for providing well maintained properties. We offer 24-hour emergency service and are always just a phone call away, giving you peace of mind.
With pride in our heritage, Cherney Properties is committed to the health and well being of our community. Long-time philanthropists, we support several charities, arts, and theater organizations.
We look forward to sharing our knowledge, expertise and commitment for your success, today.
Our tradition of excellent service began in 1937, when brothers Myer and Harry Cherney started a small furniture business. This grew into a chain of eight Warehouse SaleCentres. In 1984, the furniture business was sold but the family held on to the real estate.
Harry’s wife, Erica, and members from both Harry and Myer’s branches of the family, presided over the growth of the business into a modern enterprise comprising 14 properties, featuring a combination of office, residential, retail and industrial uses. At the same time, Erica became a beloved community leader, with senior board roles at Trent University and TVOntario.
Sadly, Erica passed away in 2016. However, the extended family is maintaining continuity and the next generation of the family is excited to lead the business into the coming decades.
- Kristi Dick – Property Manager
- Brian Mickee – Maintenance Manager
- Heather Barrett – Accounts
- Bonnie Powers – Administrative Assistant, Residential
- Krista Noyes – Administrative Assistant, Commercial
- Joe Stewart, Drew O’Neill, Lloyd Tapper – Maintenance Team
- Diana Gillespie – Office Assistant, Valley High II
- Humane Society: Top Hats & Tails
- Peterborough Chamber Power Hour
- 24-Hour Project
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