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Scott Addison | Colliers | Toronto West

Scott Addison


President, Brokerage Services Canada

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Professional Summary

Scott Addison is the President of Brokerage Services at Colliers Canada, Canada’s leading commercial real estate services firm.  Scott has been working in commercial real estate for more than 30 years and is passionate about industry leadership and maximizing potential for Colliers people and its clients. Since joining Colliers Management Team, Scott has gone on to create a distinct culture of leadership, collaboration and superior client service. 

Appointed to the position of President of Brokerage Services in October 2015, Scott has been instrumental in driving both organic and strategic growth of the brokerage business in Canada. Scott oversees 28 offices across the country, motivating teams to accelerate success and be leaders in Canada's real estate services industry. Committed to providing value-enhancing strategies and solutions, Scott champions Colliers’ robust CRM platform and data solutions to deliver timely market intelligence to clients.


As a current mentor to the Colliers Proptech Accelerator program and executive sponsor of the Colliers North American Diversity Committee, Scott advances professional development, promotes inclusiveness, and champions innovation.




Scott began a career in commercial real estete in 1989 following the completion of his university degree at the University of Toronto.  He quickly became a well respected advisor to a number of industrial clients, making him a leader in the Toronto marketplace.


Memberships & Involvements

Scott currently serves as Director at the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) and has chaired the industry association’s Broker of the Year nominating committee. Scott is an active member of REALPAC, the industry association committed to the vitality of the Canadian real estate industry. 


Orlando Corporation, Versus Partners, Triovest, Sears, Gracious Lving Innovations, Nippon Express, Oxford Properties


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Occupier Representation

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