Atlantic Canada Commercial Real Estate Market: Innovations, Opportunities & Transformations In One Impactful Day

We are very excited to return to Halifax for the 2019 Atlantic Real Estate Forum.

Co-chaired by Bill MacAvoy, Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield Atlantic and Karen Oldfield, President & CEO, Port of Halifax, the conference will be held on June 12, 2019 at the Halifax Convention Centre. The fifth biennial Atlantic Real Estate Forum will provide valuable insights on the trends, issues, strategies, and opportunities within the Multi-Residential and Commercial Real Estate space.

Much focus has been on investment dollars directed at the Atlantic Provinces over the past several years with large projects at all stages of development. At the 2019 Forum, you will learn the real story about the strength of the Atlantic regional economy, its real estate market and how it is performing through both a leasing and investment lens. The fourth annual conference, held in 2017, attracted over 500 real estate executives from across Canada.

The program will offer a wide range of speakers, presentations and panel discussions on the economic drivers responsible for the GDP growth predictions for the Atlantic Canada market; the major trends in the office, industrial, retail and apartment sectors; the pricing and availability of financing from the credit markets and key provincial planning and growth management policies in key cities.

The Forum will be targeted at the interests of real estate executives, brokers, developers, investors, asset managers, and other professionals active in the acquisition, leasing, financing, management, and marketing of office, industrial, retail, and multi-unit residential real estate from across the Region and Canada.

The Atlantic Real Estate Forum will help you determine what strategies to follow for 2019 and beyond.

We sincerely hope you will take advantage of this informative event. 
 

Bill MacAvoy
Managing Director
Cushman & Wakefield Atlantic

Karen Oldfield
President & CEO
Port of Halifax