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Richard Jankowski

Managing Director | Saskatchewan Brokerage

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Professional Summary

Richard's focus is on creating and executing growth strategies through business development and service excellence. In this role, he provides leadership and professional development to the Saskatchewan brokerage teams located in Saskatoon and Regina. Richard has extensive experience in various aspects of commercial and industrial development, commercial real estate operations, project and asset management, and human resource administration. He joined Colliers International after prior roles as a General Manager at Viterra, Chief Operating Officer at FarmPure Foods and most recently, as Managing Director at Avison Young.


Richard acquired a Master's Certificate in Project Management: York & Schulich School of Business via University of Saskatchewan's Edwards Campus. 

Memberships & Involvements

Past and Present  Memberships:

·       Board Member; Regina Warehouse Business Improvement District

·       Board Chair; Canadian National Institute for the Blind (Saskatchewan Division)

·       Board Member & Gala Chair; Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan

·       Member; Building Owners and Managers Associations (BOMA)

·       Member; Air Services Group; Saskatoon International Airport

·       Member; Regina Chamber of Commerce

·       Member; Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership

·       Guest Lecturer/Business Mentor; Paul J. Hill School of Business®, U of R

·       Member; Grain Elevator & Processing Society

·       Member; Saskatchewan Processing Industry Training Network

·       Member; Construction Specifications Canada

·       Member; Society of Tribologists & Lubrication Engineers

·       Member; Saskatchewan Employment Equity Practitioners Association

·       Advisor; Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board



Asset Management, Business Development, Property and Facilities Management, Land Sales, Project Marketing, Rural and Agribusiness

Featured Research

Mar 2, 2023

Saskatoon Retail Market Report 2022

Saskatoon’s retail market showed resiliency in 2022, largely due to high demand in the city’s east-side markets. The overall retail vacancy rate declined slightly year-over-year and is currently sitting at 3.0%. The west-side markets are particularly low on available space, with a 1.0% vacancy rate between the combined West Arterial and West Suburban Retail Markets. The reduction in city-wide retail vacancy has been reflected in the increase in asking net rents. The weighted asking net rent across all markets increased to $24.67 from $23.34 per square foot in 2022, marking a yearly increase of 5.7%. High interest rates are expected to dampen the demand for new retail spaces in the short term, as tenants struggle to secure financing. One trend ahead of this curve has seen landlords offering new tenants increased incentives, including limited terms of free rent and longer fixturing periods.
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Feb 14, 2023

Regina Office Market Report Q4 2022

Regina’s office sector has shown resilience while experiencing post-COVID effects that have continued to cool market activity. The combination of hybrid and return to work office policies have brought some people back to the office but has done little to increase demand for new or expansion space. Vacancy rates have hovered around 17.9% for much of the year, the Suburban market has increased from 16.9% in Q2 to 19.2% in Q4. There’s a growing sense of optimism in Regina, with a strong economy, increasing investments to provincial sectors and the city that includes infrastructure projects and The Regina Revitalization Initiative. For landlords the question is, what effect, if any, will the economic spillover of these projects have on office space demand by attracting new activity to the market or expanding tenants.
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Jan 18, 2023

Saskatoon Office Market Report Q4 2022

Office rental rates across Saskatoon decreased slightly in Q4, driven largely by the continued high vacancy rate in the downtown core. Between Q3 and Q4, net asking rental rates declined 11% and 2.5% for the Downtown and Suburban markets, respectively.
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Mar 12, 2021

2021 Commercial Real Estate Review

This event focused on four key elements: National and provincial trends in commercial real estate; Historical and current market data; Sage advice to clients; Insight into addressing current market trends and challenges.
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