The Avison Young Edmonton office provides commercial real estate services to property owners, investors and occupiers
The experienced team of commercial real estate advisors that make up Avison Young Edmonton are here to meet your company’s real estate needs, regardless of your business line. We offer a full suite of CRE services in all major industry sectors – office, industrial, retail, mixed-use, development, and investment – ensuring that your specific real estate requirements are expertly managed.
Avison Young is a global real estate advisor built to create real economic, social, and environmental value, powered by – and for, people. We believe there is a vital role for our sector in creating healthy, productive workplaces for employees; cities that are centres of prosperity for its citizens and; built spaces and places that create a net benefit to the economy, the environment and the community. Our people organize around our clients’ opportunities and work as colleagues to focus on their success.
Edmonton commercial real estate services
Avison Young’s brokerage team in Edmonton has consistently completed major leasing and investment sales transactions across all asset types. We’ve worked on the behalf of tenants, landlords, investors, vendors and buyers alike, including many large national and international corporate clients.
Whether you are an owner, investor, occupier or developer, we deliver results aligned with your strategic business objectives. Our Edmonton commercial real estate advisors are here to support your initiatives, add value, and build a competitive advantage for your organization.
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