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Jaraad Marani

Vice President, Development Advisory

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Professional Summary

Jaraad leads the Colliers’ Development Advisory business for Western Canada with a team of 12  staff. He is responsible for all aspects of the business including oversight of the 10 redevelopment projects that are currently under approvals or construction.  Jaraad joined Colliers’ Strategy & Consulting Group in 2015. He has previous experience in urban planning, market research, public policy, real estate strategy, construciton & development work and organizational  capacity building. Jaraad has completed rezoning, construction and occupancy  of 7 various  residential, mixed-use, and commercial projects. His most notable projects include management of the redevelopment of the Vancouver Masonic Centre in Vancouver, which now stands as a 16-storey tower with 150 units of residential and 40,000 sf of commercial space, and the redevelopment of the Canadian Cancer Society’s Centre for Cancer Prevention. Jaraad also oversaw the joint venture redevelopment of Ashley Mar Housing Co-operative with Intracorp Homes and Oxford Properties. That completed rezoning will see the creation of 650 units of housing in Vancouver. 


University of Victoria, Bachelor of Arts - 2014
University of British Columbia, Masters of Planning - 2016



Development Consulting, Development Consulting

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Consulting, Development Advisory Services

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Featured News

Mar 23, 2023

‘A Revitalization Story’: How Colliers Strategy & Consulting Helped Enable Canada's Largest Co-op Redevelopment Project

In 1983, the Ashley Mar Housing Co-operative (Ashley Mar) was established to offer non-market housing to families and individuals in Vancouver.
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Mar 10, 2023

Centre for Cancer Prevention and Support Renovation

The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) was looking to develop a long-term real estate and asset plan to ensure efficient operations and services for its patients.
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