Property owners may describe Edmonton’s Industrial real estate as a “Tenant’s Market”; Tenant’s may consider it opportunistic’ personally I think it is has flatlined and is desperate for something dramatic. Either way, as lease negotiations take more time and money to be successful, the value of strong professional relationships has become as necessary as ever. It is with that in mind that I am proud to announce that the Partnership between Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton and Fiera Properties has reached a milestone of leasing activity. In a portfolio filled with small sized industrial bays, we have leased over 125,000 square… Read more »
The Partnership of Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton is proud to announce our new Partner is Adam Martinson. He has demonstrated he is committed to his clients and to the firm. Adam joined the company full time in 2010, after completing his Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance from the University of Alberta. Adam primarily focuses his expertise on the acquisition and disposition of investment properties consisting of retail plazas, single & multi-tenant industrial buildings, office buildings and land acquisitions. Adam became an Associate Partner in 2016, and a Partner in 2019. Adam works to be a valuable… Read more »
A team from Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton, led by Jamie Topham and Brett Killips, recently were instrumental in negotiating a 35,000SF transaction in Edmonton’s booming ICE District. Two flagship restaurants, The Canadian ICEhouse and The Banquet with will feature Edmonton’s largest rooftop patio, which will overlook ICE District Plaza and Rogers Place. The patio will be programmed with games and fireplaces outside & offer patrons a further chance to engage with the space inside, which will include bowling, shuffleboard, ping-pong, karaoke and a tasting room made of ice. Congratulations to Canadian Brewhouse, One Properties and Katz Group on this transaction,… Read more »
This year was one of our best campaigns for the United Way, our office raised $6,945!
United Way brings together businesses, governments, community members and more than 50 partners in the social services sector who care about the issues we face in the Alberta Capital Region. Our over 15 year involvement in United Way has helped make an impact for the 120,000 people living in poverty in the Alberta Capital Region. Our annual Cushman & Wakefield United Way Employee Campaign organized by Shane Asbell each year, as well as our Annual Corporate Gift from our Partners, allows us to support one of the most critical collaborative approaches for change. Together, let’s create pathways out of poverty.