Saskatoon

Saskatoon Commercial Real Estate Services

Welcome to Saskatoon, the city of bridges and Saskatchewan's commercial hub. 

Saskatoon is located on the banks of the scenic South Saskatchewan River in the heart of the Canadian prairies.  Its vibrant commercial real estate market and steady population growth provide ample business and investment opportunities.

Our commercial real estate professionals are committed to accelerating your success through extensive local market knowledge and expertise.  We offer a team of more than 110 professionals in our Saskatoon and Regina offices, including 35 licensed agents making Colliers International the largest Saskatchewan commercial real estate services provider, specializing in sales and leasing, real estate management services, and project management.

Colliers celebrated more than 100 years of business in Saskatoon, a unique achievement, in 2010.

The strong Saskatchewan economics directly relate to commercial real estate.  In 2014, Colliers Saskatchewan completed approximately 50% of all brokered sales.  In addition we completed more than 523 (sale and lease) transactions and managed an excess of 7.5 million square feet of commercial property.  We remain confident Saskatoon is well-positioned for continued success as we lead Canada in economic growth.



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May 15, 2015 - April 28th, 2015 - The biennial Saskatchewan Real Estate Forum was hosted in Saskatoon and featured discussions on various aspects of the real estate industry in Saskatchewan. The event was attended by over 570 delegates, one third of which were from out of province. Delegates included investors,... Download Document ( PDF 2.5 MB )
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