Toronto

By concentrating on occupier issues, we gain the perspective and the experience to level the playing field in landlord / occupier relations, in one of the tightest markets in North America.

We are proud to partner with businesses across Ontario; driving the results you need and the respect you deserve. It's what we do best - putting occupiers first, so you can put your business first.

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Blog
April 22, 2020

Preparing to Return to Work in COVID 19 World

Governments at all levels are starting to discuss opening our cities, and this will lead to the inevitable return to work - albeit with some restrictions around maintaining physical distancing. What can your organization do so that your employees feel safe returning to the office?
Street in midtown Manhattan
Blog
April 7, 2020

Commercial Construction Is Shut Down

In response to COVID-19, the Provincial Government has mandated the shut down of most commercial construction projects. This has left many of our clients asking: so what now?
Who Should Decide Where Staff Work Each Day?
Blog
January 17, 2022

Who Should Decide Where Staff Work Each Day?

Executing a successful transition to hybrid work requires a deep understanding of company culture by business leaders and managers. The more you understand your organization's unique culture, the better prepared you are to execute a remote strategy that enables your workforce to enhance their outputs. In the fourth article of our Work + Place series co-authored by Jamie Grossman and Stacey Litwin-Davies, they discuss the factors business leaders need to consider when deciding where staff should work when operating in hybrid and remote work environments.
Balancing People, Space and Tech to Achieve Cost Neutrality
Blog
January 10, 2022

Balancing People, Space and Tech to Achieve Cost Neutrality

As organizations navigate the post-pandemic office era, business leaders need to balance cutting costs in one area as it affects another. To achieve cost neutrality, organizations must focus on investing in employee flexibility, creating a desirable working environment, and adopting technology solutions to facilitate hybrid work. Read the third article in our Work + Place series co-authored by Stacey Litwin-Davies and Jamie Grossman as we explore how business leaders can design a workspace that serves as a powerful recruiting tool for new candidates and a robust retention tool for existing staff.

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Managing Principal

Jamie Grossman

Phone: 416.862.2670

Email: jgrossman@cresa.com

Managing Principal

Sean Hoehn

Phone: 416.862.2669

Email: shoehn@cresa.com

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Toronto, ON

170 University Avenue
Suite 1100
Toronto, ON M5H 3B3

Phone: 416.862.2666
Fax: 416.862.2360