Toronto Strategy Last Mile

This Colliers International Spark Report presents an overview of the complexities and benefits of the current supply of highway infrastructure and its relationship with industrial real estate in the Greater Toronto Area.

 

 

  • The demand for industrial real estate within driving distance to highway infrastructure in Toronto is far outpacing the total supply.  
  • Companies are continuing to strategically reduce their “last mile” costs to keep up with the multifaceted delivery requirements of their customers. 
  • Since transportation is the highest supply chain cost for last mile delivery, access to efficient highway infrastructure is a paramount consideration for companies.
  • Proximity to highway infrastructure can reduce transportation costs, leading to lower vacancy and increased rental rates for efficient, highway-accessible industrial buildings. 
  • Companies locating in Toronto must look beyond the real estate costs of an industrial building and assess the transportation costs associated with selecting a site.
  • Toronto has a drastically lower supply of total highway infrastructure than most of its North American peers. Canadian regions, particularly Toronto and Vancouver, are currently undersupplied with regards to their highway infrastructure.

Toronto Strategy Last Mile

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Peter Garrigan

Managing Director, Industrial Practice Group, Toronto Region

Toronto West

Peter is committed to accelerating the success of clients by leveraging market knowledge to forge new paths in the industrial Real Estate industry and create connections between landlords and investors and landlords and tenants.  Peter focuses on maximizing value and minimizing risk by developing unique solutions to achieve clients’ real estate goals.

Peter has maximized returns and minimized risk for many large landlords by effectively targeting and securing key tenants.  His strong personable character has enabled him to develop a network of business owners/tenants within the GTA.

Peter’s ability to create relationships with key tenants and landlords has produced many opportunities for his clients.

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Scott Addison

président des Services de courtage | Canada

Toronto West

Scott Addison est président des Services de courtage du Canada chez Colliers International, soit la plus importante société canadienne de services immobiliers commerciaux. Scott travaille dans le domaine du courtage immobilier commercial depuis plus de 30 ans et se passionne pour le leadership de l’industrie et la maximisation du potentiel pour les employés de Colliers, mais aussi pour ses clients. Depuis qu’il s’est joint à l’équipe de gestion de Colliers, Scott a créé une culture distincte de leadership, de collaboration et de service à la clientèle supérieur. 

Nommé au poste de président des services de courtage en octobre 2015, Scott a joué un rôle déterminant dans la croissance organique et stratégique du courtage au Canada. Scott supervise 28 bureaux partout au pays, et motive les équipes à accélérer la réussite et à devenir des chefs de file dans le secteur des services immobiliers au Canada. Engagé à fournir des stratégies et des solutions à valeur ajoutée, Scott se fait le champion de la robuste plate-forme CRM et des solutions de données de Colliers pour fournir aux clients des renseignements commerciaux opportuns.

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