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Jean-Marc Dubé | Colliers | Montreal

Jean-Marc Dubé

SIOR, MICP

Executive Vice President | Group Practice Lead | Chartered Real Estate Broker

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About

Professional Summary

Jean-Marc is a senior member of the industrial division of the Montreal Colliers International team and an accomplished executive with a proven ability to develop and implement strategies that support his customers’ business and financial objectives. His expertise includes tenant/purchaser representation, property listings (sale and lease), sale-leasebacks, built-to-suits and land development.

Accomplishments

Through his initiatives, Jean Marc has gained invaluable experience in strategic and tactical sales planning. Furthermore, over the last 3 years, Marc successfully brokered over 4.5 Million square feet of commercial real estate in the greater Montréal area including projects for large pharmaceutical companies, multi-nationals and the Federal Government of Canada.

Education

Jean-Marc has trained at the elite Centre for Real Estate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T). Over the past 

He has also completed training with the Society of Office and Industrial Realtors (SIOR) and is in process of completing his Master of Commercial Real Estate (MCR) with CoreNet.

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR, OACIQ, Core Net

Services

Skills

Development Consulting, Lease Advisory, Mixed-Use Properties

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Occupier Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Land, Office

Featured Research

Apr 12, 2021

Montreal Industrial Market Report Q1 2021

All indicators point in a positive direction for 2021 as the demand for industrial space in Montreal continues to surge.
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Jan 8, 2021

Montreal Industrial Market Report Q4 2020

Montreal’s industrial market has proven to be incredibly resilient over the past 12 months.
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Oct 6, 2020

Montreal Industrial Market Report Q3 2020

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Featured News

Dec 10, 2021

Bigger, stacked buildings and tech keys to future-proofing warehousing

It’s no secret Canada’s big-city industrial markets are out of balance. For too long, there’s been too much demand and too little space.
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Aug 17, 2021

The ‘Wild East’: The promising future of Montreal’s industrial market

Reminiscent of the Wild West – this is the best way to describe what the Montreal industrial landscape will be like in the next six to 12 months as demand for space outpaces supply.
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