Dundee Real Estate Investment Trust said Monday that it earned a first-quarter profit of $3.9-million, up from $2.7-million a year ago.
The REIT said the profit amounted to 18 cents per unit for the three months ended March 31 compared with a profit of 13 cents per unit a year ago.
Revenue for the quarter totalled $50.5-million, up from $45.2-million.
Funds from operations amounted to $16.9-million or 81 cents per unit, up from $15.7-million or 74 cents per unit.
"We continue to maintain significant liquidity and our financial results this quarter are among our best ever," Dundee REIT vice-chairman and chief executive Michael Cooper said in a statement.
Dundee REIT's portfolio of seven million square feed of gross leasable area includes mid-sized urban and suburban office and industrial properties, located mostly in Western Canada.