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Patrick Vallieres | Colliers | Montreal

Patrick Vallieres


Vice President | Real Estate Broker

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Professional Summary

Over the course of his 11-year career, Patrick has gained in-depth knowledge of the office leasing landscape. Prior to becoming a partner of the  Landlord Office Representation Team at Colliers in February 2022, Patrick spent 6 years as an integral member of Ivanhoé Cambridge’s office leasing team for its Québec office portfolio. Alongside his team members, Patrick was responsible for the day-to-day leasing activities for a portfolio representing approximately 5.7M sf in Montréal and Québec City (prior to dispositions of 3 assets).

From 2011 to 2016, Patrick was a valued member of the tenant representation team at JLL Canada where he was involved in over 200 tenant representation transactions for a diversified client list ranging from smaller startups to large multi-national firms.

Patrick has the reputation of a consummate professional in the commercial real estate industry of Montréal and has been able to foster strong and lasting relationships with tenants, prospects, partners, and the brokerage community. He has the keen ability to leverage market intelligence and use his industry contacts to identify opportunities, forecast trends and create/execute highly effective leasing transactions.




·   Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm)  - John Molson School of Business (Concordia University)

·   Corenet Global Masters of Corporate Real Estate Candidate (2017 – Present)

Memberships & Involvements

·   Committee member of the Antony Proteau Fund (charity founded to help individuals and their families battling cancer throught Hope and Cope and Cancer Fight Club) (2016 – present)

·   Member of Corenet Montréal’s leadership council (2018 – 2022)

·   Team Captain, Cedar’s CanSupport Dragonboat race (over $100,000 raised) – (2011 – 2017)


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Occupier Representation

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