Litwin-Davies joins Toronto team to run workplace consulting group

Cresa, the world’s largest occupier-centric commercial real estate firm, has named Stacey Litwin-Davies as the head of the Workplace Consulting group in the Toronto office. Stacey will lead the consulting services group, helping clients focus on the changing landscape of work from home, work from the office, co-working, and the broader landscape of alternative work arrangements. Stacey has a reputation for creative solutions, working with clients in unique ways to simplify the process and engage leadership, management and staff in developing solutions that best fit their culture and brand.

Stacey brings more than twenty-five years of experience working on multi-regional and global real estate strategy projects for small and large corporate occupiers, real estate developers, landlords and public sector organizations, both in Canada and Europe. She has served clients across a broad spectrum of industries, including banking, legal, financial services, management consulting, pharmaceuticals, technology, insurance and public sector. Her past clients include Pfizer, Deloitte, McKinsey, Oracle and TD Bank, to name a few.

Stacey holds a Bachelor of Education degree from McGill University, a Bachelor of Environmental Design from OCAD, Graduate studies at The Architectural Association in London, UK, and a certification in Prosci Change Management.

“Workplace strategy is an integral part of our consulting services, as organizations create their Return to Office plans in a post-pandemic world. ,” says Jamie Grossman, Managing Principal. “To meet the changing needs of organizations through the aligning of technology, finance, and human resources, we are thrilled to have Stacey join our leadership team. Her ability to challenge clients to see real estate through a different lens, and her dedication to enriching the employee experience is inspiring. I believe she will bring tremendous value to Cresa’s clients.”