About Cresa

Who we are.

Cresa is the world’s most trusted occupier-centric commercial real estate firm. We strategize for the best possible results for occupiers everywhere. We think beyond space. Partner without conflict. And apply our integrated expertise to make your business better.

Our vision.

Cresa is the preeminent partner for real estate occupiers everywhere.

Our mission.

Be the advisor that brings the greatest value to occupiers.

Our values.

  • Work together
  • Create value
  • Be tenacious
  • Embrace diversity
  • Enhance community 

Our purpose.

To think beyond space - strengthening those we serve and enhancing quality of life for our clients and employees.

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1,000+
Employees
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2,000+
Clients
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25+
Years of commercial real estate experience

Leadership

Our leadership team knows your world. Each with more than 20 years of experience, we’ve led in top-tier consultancies and have occupied the C-suite of some of the world’s largest companies. Together, we integrate our expertise in the name of empowering occupiers to make their businesses better.  

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Gary Gregg

Gary Gregg

Managing Principal

Gary Gregg is Executive Chairman of Cresa Global, Inc. and the market leader of Cresa’s Arizona and Orange County regions. As Chairman, he is a key contributor to the development of organizational policies and the effective implementation of the firm’s strategic direction. As a 30-year veteran, he provides oversight, direction and guidance on highly visible and complex projects for a Phoenix-based, nationally recognized corporate portfolio account team which represents more than 70 million square feet globally.

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Tod Lickerman

Chief Executive Officer

With over 35 years of experience leading and growing real estate firms at the highest levels in the industry, Tod’s focus is continuing to invest in Cresa’s global capabilities, services, and client experience. He is passionate about Cresa’s culture and commitment to client advocacy.

Community

We work together to make our communities everywhere better. Partnering with organizations that strive to make a difference for causes in the US and around the world, we volunteer our time and donate our funds. Through Cresa Cares, we’ve raised $1 million and donated 5,000 hours to more than 100 charities to date.


Diversity

At Cresa, we value the unique human differences that define our community. Whether we are maximizing our associates’ skills and creativity or increasing our ability to understand and anticipate clients’ needs. We foster an environment that embraces diversity and inclusion to help Cresa reach its full potential.

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A Brief History

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Latest Insights

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Market-Research
July 21, 2021

Vancouver Office Market Report Q2 2021

The Metro availability rate fell by 10 basis points during the 2nd quarter to 9.8%. Most of the decline was due to suburban markets where availabilities fell 110 basis points. While down, the Metro availability rate remains nearly double the 5.1% rate registered at the end of 2018.
Vancouver
Market-Research
July 16, 2021

Q2 2021 Vancouver Summary Office & Industrial Market Statistics

Second-quarter statistics show the Metro Vancouver office space market reawakened after a 15-month hiatus, while the warehouse market continued to be white-hot. Industrial landlords could not be more in the driver's seat, while office landlords are most likely feeling a bit better, all things considered.
Colleen Murray
Blog
July 16, 2021

Evolving to a Hybrid Workplace with Colleen Murray, Director of Operations for Perkins & Co

As Colleen’s team at Perkins & Co started planning for reopening their office, they knew there would be a lot to contend with, and having a detailed, thoughtful plan was essential to communicate. “We’ve thought about it extensively in our reopening planning. How do we make people feel ok about this? How do we give them the space to re-enter (the office) that works for them and their family?” Colleen said.