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Cas de réussite

mai 24, 2022

Colliers Awarded Management of The Offices at Burrard Place

Colliers Real Estate Management Services is pleased to have been awarded management of The Offices at Burrard Place.
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janv. 7, 2022

Colliers Capital Markets acts as exclusive agent for BentallGreenOak, Starlight Multifamily JV

Following the establishment of a partnership to acquire newly constructed core multi-family buildings, Starlight Investments (Starlight) and BentallGreenOak (BGO) announced their third joint investment deal in Canada in the past six months.
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Nouvelles locales

mars 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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févr. 16, 2022

What Would a Potential Retail Reset Look Like in 2022?

In November 2021, Canadian retail sales totaled $58.1 billion, an increase of 4.4% YoY
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Rapports de marché

mars 15, 2023

2023 Canadian Hotel Investment Report

A faster than expected operating recovery and investor optimism supported overall healthy hotel investment volume of over $1.6 billion in 2022.
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févr. 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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For 30+ years we have fostered a culture within Colliers that supports local community initiatives.  We strive to support organizations that improve the quality of life for Vancouver Island residents and future generations by donating our time, talents and monetary resources to causes that are meaningful to our employees and their families, our clients, and local communities. 

The Colliers Cares Foundation's investment framework is build on four main principles:

  • Champion projects for organizations that have a personal connection to our employees;
  • Identify local causes and give financial support to charities that are invested in Vancouver Island;
  • Promote well-being by assisting organizations with the greatest need; and
  • Ensure our funding achieves its maximum impact and benefit for recipients. 
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Charities Supported

Since 1988 Colliers Victoria has supported 50+ local charities. In 2016/17/18 Colliers Cares raised over $200,000, and our employees volunteered over 2,800 hours to support organizations and communities in Greater Victoria. Our employees are the heart and soul of Colliers Cares. In addition to large scale fundraising, staff regularly participate in office-wide events to raise funds for some great causes. We run events like 50/50 draws, bake sales, jeans days, and our famous soup days each fall.

Some of the charities we've supported in recent years are: BC Cancer Foundation, BC Children's Hospital Foundation, Canadian Blood Services, CFAX Santa's Anonymous Society, The Children's Heart Network, Easter Seals, Golf for Kids, KidSport BC, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Mustard Seed Street Church & Food Bank, Our Place Society, Saanich Peninsula Hospital Foundation, The Salvation Army, Sooke Elementary School District No. 62, Victoria Brain Injury Society, Victoria Women's Transition House Society, View Royal Elementary School District No. 61.


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