Calgary

As Calgary’s largest occupier-exclusive real estate firm, we pride ourselves on providing unbiased, unconflicted, commercial real estate services that consistently serve our clients’ best interests.

At Cresa we only represent occupiers, giving them a unique advantage in a market that favours landlords. Our comprehensive suite of services includes long term strategic planning, lease negotiation and project management, ensuring our clients receive best-in-class advice and exceptional value. Our team is driven to do the right thing, and our clients earn the full benefit of that passion.

Latest Insights

Q3 2021 The Occupier Widget, Office
Market-Research
November 5, 2021

The Occupier, Q3 2021 Calgary Office Report

What a difference a year makes. With the incredible change in commodity prices in the last 12 months, the fundamentals of the business environment in downtown Calgary are strong. Traditionally, a run up in energy prices like we have seen recently spurs talk of new investment, growth, hiring and business expansion plans. Things seem different this time and the strong business environment is not translating into strength in the downtown real estate market.
MY 2021 POV Widget Sub
Market-Research
September 2, 2021

Mid-Year 2021 Calgary Suburban Office Market Report

If anything is certain thus far in 2021, it is that the suburban office market has continued to perform in a prolonged state of uncertainty. With vacancy rates continuing to rise, now to 22%, continued negative absorption in all suburban sub-markets, and an increase to over 750,000 sf of sublease space now on the market, there is increased downward pressure on rental rates.
Q1 2021 Industrial Occupier
Market-Research
May 18, 2021

Q1 2021 Calgary Industrial Occupier

Calgary’s industrial sector, comprised of 140 million square feet, has remained relatively resilient over the past five years, considering the battering the economy has faced due to declining oil prices and now a global pandemic. One of the major factors contributing to its resiliency is related to its strategic location as a logistics and distribution hub for Western Canada.
Q2 2021 POV Widget DT
Market-Research
August 13, 2021

Q2 2021 Calgary DT Office Market Report

While the world is opening up, combined with increases in commodity prices and companies planning their return to work initiatives, transaction volume has substantially increased (not a surprise given COVID acted as a huge impediment on corporate real estate decisions). For high quality, smaller premises in good buildings, we are starting to see space move quickly and even the potential for multiple offer situations. That said, the increased transaction volume is being countered by large negative absorption, which seems counter intuitive.
Smart Buildings whitepaper
Whitepaper
December 16, 2020

Rethinking Commercial Office Space

The effects of this global pandemic have greatly altered our world, causing a fundamental shift in how people interact and communicate, conduct business, share ideas, innovate, and leverage technology.
jj blog
Blog
April 30, 2021

Why Organizations Should Encourage Work-Life Balance

Whether your organization has team members temporarily working remotely, you’re exploring/implementing hybrid work models, or employees are 100% onsite, creating a sense of work-life balance is an extremely valuable pursuit.
Q3 2021 The Occupier Widget, Office
Market-Research
November 5, 2021

The Occupier, Q3 2021 Calgary Office Report

What a difference a year makes. With the incredible change in commodity prices in the last 12 months, the fundamentals of the business environment in downtown Calgary are strong. Traditionally, a run up in energy prices like we have seen recently spurs talk of new investment, growth, hiring and business expansion plans. Things seem different this time and the strong business environment is not translating into strength in the downtown real estate market.
MY 2021 POV Widget Sub
Market-Research
September 2, 2021

Mid-Year 2021 Calgary Suburban Office Market Report

If anything is certain thus far in 2021, it is that the suburban office market has continued to perform in a prolonged state of uncertainty. With vacancy rates continuing to rise, now to 22%, continued negative absorption in all suburban sub-markets, and an increase to over 750,000 sf of sublease space now on the market, there is increased downward pressure on rental rates.

People

Managing Principal

Adam Hayes

Phone: 403.612.6134

Email: ahayes@cresa.com

Managing Principal

Damon Harmon

Phone: 403.875.3133

Email: dharmon@cresa.com

Managing Principal

David Miles

Phone: 403.809.5859

Email: dmiles@cresa.com

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Calgary, AB

606 - 4 Street SW
Suite 1400
Calgary, AB T2P 1T1

Phone: 403.571.8080