Missed the event? Check out the presentations here.
The annual BOMA Edmonton Brokers Forum is a gathering of commercial real estate business leaders to hear from the brokerage community. Taking place online this year, members and non-members met virtually on October 18.
Four professionals representing the office, retail, industrial, and investment markets provided an industry overview. Check out their presentations linked below.
Ellie Scott brings 11 years of retail specific commercial real estate experience to the table. She started her career at an international brokerage working on sales and leasing, then moved on and became an internal real estate representative for the global convenience giant – 7-Eleven. Returning to brokerage, Ellie is eager and excited about being in the heart of the action again. Ellie has a vast background and experience in the industry and strives to continue to learn every day. The beauty of this business is that is changes daily; from the deal she is working on, to the changing landscape of what is being developed and planned for the city.
Commercial real estate is all about relationships and market knowledge. It’s the who you know and what you know. Ellie strives to nourish relationships with existing clients, but also loves meeting new people and creating new connections. As for the market, that’s where the 8 years of experience comes in handy. The City of Edmonton, and Alberta as a whole, is a dynamic and evolving place, a small city wanting to be a big one. Daily, Ellie finds new ways to find the most current market information.
Randi Burton is an associate with Colliers Edmonton specializing in industrial sales and leasing. Specifically, she loves to bridge the gap between industrial and other asset classes. Many retail and office tenants need functional spaces with loading and warehousing, and vice versa – many industrial businesses need sites with high exposure so their customers can find and access them easily. Through her time in the industry Randi has built relationships with some of Edmonton’s best Landlords and Tenants by helping her clients achieve their desired outcomes. She believes that accountability and high-quality work is the foundation to any great business relationship.
With over 25 years of commercial real estate experience, Cory Wosnack is a Principal and Managing Director at Avison Young. As one of the province’s most active real estate advisors, Cory has completed many of the industry’s most influential transactions. As a member of Avison Young’s Global Executive Committee, Cory has been honoured to help in the implementation of the firm’s strategic plan during its most transformative years, becoming the world’s fastest growing real estate services company.
A graduate from the University of Alberta, Adrian earned a degree at the School of Business in Finance and achieved the Claudette J. de Bruijn Business Co-op Student of the year award upon graduating.
Joining the commercial Real Estate industry in 2010 working for a local brokerage, Adrian consistently earned the merit of being a top performer year over year and has recently made the transition over to Cushman & Wakefield Edmonton after working for the DTZ Edmonton Office. He is experienced in the acquisition and disposition of Industrial and Investment properties within Alberta, and advises clients through the valuation, negotiation, due diligence and closing processes.
Adrian is relied upon by a growing list of local, national and international companies for his commitment to service, professionalism, attention to detail and ability to provide solutions to specific client requirements.