Daniel Mok | Colliers International | Vancouver

Daniel Mok

CPM

Senior Commercial Property Manager | Real Estate Management Services | Canada

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À propos

Expériences professionnelles

Began real estate profession in Singapore. Involved in the marketing, property and asset management as well as development of commercial properties in Singapore and Shanghai.

Currently manages a portfolio of about 1.5  million sq ft in Metro Vancouver, compromising mainly Class B office buildings. Major properties include the Glenlyon Business Park, Airport Square,  Real Estate Board of G Van Building , Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada Builiding , Van Film School Building and Law Society Building

Réalisations

Awarded Top Professional - REMS for North America for 2006- 2007

Awarded Unsung Hero Award for Vancovuer REMS - 2004

Coordinated the attainment  of  BOMA Best certification for 2 office buildings.

 

Éducation

National University of Singapore, Bachelor of Science (Estate Management), 1984; Institute of Real Estate Management, Certified Property Manager ( CPM) , 1994.

Adhésions & Implications

BOMA - Buildings Owners and Managers Assoc., IREM/REIC, NAIOP - National Assoc. of Industrial and Office Properties, REBGV - Commercial Division

Clients

LaSalle Investment Management, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, Heart & Stroke Foundation of Canada, Guildford Capital Corporation, Beedie Development Group, Law Society of BC , CPA Canada.

Services

Lignes de service
Services de gestion en immobilier
Actualités
sept. 28, 2020
Unveiling Ceremony Reveals New Custom Artwork for Iconic Airport Square
On September 1, 2020, Airport Square in Vancouver unveiled two custom artwork pieces in its newly renovated lobby. The commissioned artwork at Airport Square marks the culmination of a massive interior renovation project that renewed the lobby, as well as marking the commencement of a multi-year upgrade to the common lobbies and tenant amenities throughout the building.
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