Edmonton Commercial Real Estate

2016 Market Outlook Report

 Serving the Edmonton, Alberta Area

​​​​​​​​Progress is impossible without change

The relative safety, stability, and reliability of returns offered by Canadian commercial real estate will be welcome companions on the bumpy road to progress. While investors, lan​dlords and occupiers face significant change in the year ahead – much of it out of t​heir control, some will identify and seize opportunities, while others will be left wanting. 

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OFFICE

DESCRIPTION:

The Edmonton office opened in July 1995 and currently employs 24 staff. The sales professionals ​offer a broad range of specialized real estate services including investment sales, office leasing, industrial leasing, apartment sales, development services, retail leasing, hotel sales, property management and appraisal services.Services reach far and wide across the Province covering all areas of the Edmonton region and the northern parts of the province. 

With a well rounded and knowledgeable support team both locally and across the nation we have been able to provide our clients with the most up to date market statistics and trends. Along with maintaining high ethical standards, we continue to earn the upmost respect from our clients in the commercial real estate industry. Our open concept environment promotes teamwork and the sharing of resources has made the Edmonton office a highly regarded team in the industry. Each and every real estate professional in the office has the ability to act as a gateway for their clients to the full services provided by the CBRE global network. The Edmonton CBRE office is centrally located on the 12th floor of Manulife Place in the heart of Edmonton’s downtown financial district. Manulife Place has excellent access to hotels, shopping, dining, and public transit. The combination of location and amenities makes it one of Edmonton's premier AA class office buildings.​​​​​​​​​​​.

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