Denis Vranich is a Hamilton, Ontario executive who for the past fifteen years has been active in a range of real estate development-related industries, with a focus on construction, the hospitality industry, and property management. During that time, he also started to acquire properties in Hamilton’s Hess Village, most of which he was able to sell months after their openings. Currently, Denis Vranich plays a leading role at UrbanLife Residential, an environmentally conscious real estate development company that builds and redevelops multi-residential properties. His previous experience with Quiznos Canada, where he was one of only two franchisees that built their own store, combined with his successful property acquisitions in Hess Village, have prepared him well for his present role at UrbanLife Residential.

In The News

Denis Vranich Optimistic About Hamilton, Ontario Development Trends

Hamilton, Ontario is in the midst of an economic and development boom that is helping to fuel the Ontario economy and driving thousands of people to the Hamilton-Burlington area.

Denis Vranich, Ontario developer sees green construction demand “only increasing”

Over the last decade, Canada has asserted itself as a world leader in the green construction sector thanks to national policy and country-wide effort to reduce and minimize carbon footprints

What Building with a Reduced Carbon Footprint Means

In an effort to incorporate more environmentally focused initiatives into the design and build of new construction projects, developers around the world are embracing a number of tools to help their buildings have reduced carbon footprints.

Real Estate Keeps Booming – Denis Vranich, Others On Investing in Multi-Family Properties

As the housing market continues to climb, personal investors are increasingly eyeing-up the growing opportunities that sit in real estate, and more and more, are moving towards investing beyond their personal property.

Made in Canada: Buying Local Moves Into Construction Industry

When it comes to consumer trends, the research is showing that more and more Canadians are seeking out locally manufactured products of all kinds, including those in the construction industry.