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Tyler Dolan

Managing Director, Vancouver Island and Okanagan

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Professional Summary

yler Dolan is the Managing Director, Vancouver Island and Okanagan responsible for the execution of Colliers business strategy in the region. He is also the National Debt Advisory Lead for Canada.

Tyler has been active in the commercial real estate industry since 2001, and spent the majority of his career in both real estate and commercial finance with major financial institutions.

Tyler joined Colliers’ Leadership Team in May 2018 working with advisors and operations staff on the success of their clients’ real estate needs. His priorities include business development, employee engagement, professional development, recruiting, market identity, financial management and performance.

Tyler is an alumnus of Royal Roads University with a Bachelor of Commerce, Camosun College with a Diploma in Business Administration, and UBC Sauder School of Business in Mortgage Brokerage Brokerage and Real Estate Trading Services in British Columbia.

Tyler is a past Board Member of the Downtown Victoria Business Association, Peninsula Minor Hockey Association, the Urban Development Institute, and the Victoria Brain Injury Society.


B.Comm - Royal Roads University

Diploma, Business Admin - Camosun College

Mortgage Brokerage in BC - UBC Sauder School of Business

Real Estate Trading Services in BC - UBC Sauder School of Business

Memberships & Involvements

UDI, Downtown Victoria Business Association (DVBA), Family Business Association (FBA)

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Featured Research

Feb 24, 2023

Victoria Retail Market Report Q4 2022

The Victoria retail sector had a stable year in 2022 as the effects of the pandemic continued to dissipate and retailers began to return to pre-pandemic conditions. Shopping centres experienced another year of decreased vacancy and increased absorption in 2022, with vacancy rates dropping to 2.7%. Just over half of this vacancy was observed in regional shopping centres. Downtown street front vacancy increased to 10.2% in 2022, due in part to the addition of new supply. 1.1% of this vacancy is slated for redevelopment. Retail investment sales were recorded at $109 million this year. When discounting the two major shopping centre transactions occurring in 2021 retail sales performed on par, if not better, year-over-year.
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Feb 10, 2023

Victoria Industrial Market Report Q4 2022

The Greater Victoria industrial sector remains strong and undersupplied with an all-time low vacancy rate of 0.1% as demand outpaces supply. Victoria’s industrial vacancy continues to be the lowest in the country as it waits for new inventory to arrive in 2023. Victoria’s average asking rent is currently the second highest in country, just behind Vancouver’s $21.10 per square foot. Colliers predicts that Victoria’s rates will continue to increase and stay closely behind Vancouver's.
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Feb 10, 2023

Victoria Office Market Report Q4 2022

Sales in the greater Victoria office market experienced a lull in Q4, but leasing activity remained steady. Vacancy was reported at 6.0% for Q4, although slightly increased from last quarter, vacancy is ultimately down 80 basis points year-over-year. 1025 Johnson Street and the Victoria Press Building came to market this quarter, providing nearly 100,000 square feet of new A-Class office space.
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Featured News

Mar 16, 2023

Colliers Victoria Hosts Market Outlook Featuring Top Canadian Economist

Real estate involves much more than simply searching for a property, and Colliers recognizes that.
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Feb 10, 2022

Taxation, Wealth Transfer Issues Loom Large for Family Apartment Building Businesses

If you’ve decided to sell the family apartment building, there’s no time like the present to make the deal.
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