Mark Mandelbaum received a law degree from the University of Toronto Law School in 1981? And was subsequently called to the bar in 1983. After practicing, corporate and commercial law at Minden Gross in Toronto, Mark joined H&R Developments as Vice President, Land Development and Corporate Counsel. Spanning a period of over 20 years, Mark, developed thousands of acres of residential, industrial and commercial lands, primarily in the Toronto GTA area. While retaining his position at H&R, Mark, together with Barry Fenton founded Lanterra Developments in the late 1990’s. Lanterra flourished to become one of Toronto’s preeminent downtown condominium developers.
Today, H&R remains a substantial company which primarily owns and operates a portfolio of real estate revenue producing assets. It is managed by its CEO, Evan Miller, and governed by an executive board of four of which Mark is a member. Mark, together with his son, Raphael Mandelbaum, is also engaged in a number of real estate development ventures in the United States through Almond Tree’s subsidiary Lantree Developments. Mark founded Almond Tree Enterprises to serve as the umbrella entity to represent the varied financial interests of the Mandelbaum family.Mark sits on the boards of various philanthropic and religious organizations.