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Robin McLuskie | Colliers | Toronto Downtown

Robin McLuskie

Managing Director | Hotels

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À propos

Expériences professionnelles

Robin has been with Colliers since 2003 and is responsible for hotel and resort investment sales, business development and client management. As Managing Director of Canadian hotel brokerage operations, she is an industry leader representing Canada's largest hotel owners, focusing on developing long-term client relationships and helping to establish Colliers as the advisor of choice to institutional capital and private investors.

Réalisations

Working closely with Alam Pirani and Tom Andrews, Robin has managed over 200 hotel sales and valuations in excess of $4.0 billion and is responsible for sales assistance, financial underwriting as well as due diligence management and debt placement services.

Robin’s experience includes:

- Hotel valuations and advisory services, with a specialized breadth of knowledge on the dynamics of the financial and operational aspects of real estate investments, asset management and management contracts.

- Specializing in hotel due diligence, she completes a thorough pre-marketing due diligence program at the onset of each listing to become fully knowledgeable of the Property, allowing the Team to effectively highlight strengths and opportunities, and pro-actively mitigate any negative factors that may occur during the sale process.

- Co-authors and helps manage the production of the quarterly INNvestment Canada Newsletter and annual Canadian Hotel Investment Report. She is also a guest writer for Global Hotel Network and Hotelier Magazine.

- Frequent guest speaker at industry conferences and real estate events.

- Advanced Certification in Hotel Real Estate and Hotel Investments - Cornell University - 2010.

- Graduated from Ryerson University’s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management program in 2005 and studied abroad in Auckland, New Zealand.

Éducation

- Advanced Certification in Real Estate and Hotel Investment - Cornell University

- Ryerson University - Bachelor of Commece, Hospitality and Tourism Management

- Auckland University of Technology - Ryerson Exchange Program

Clients

InnVest Hotels, Sunray Group of Hotels, China Construction America, Westmont Hospitality Group, Easton's Group of Hotels, Vrancor Group Inc., Oxford, Silver Hotel Group, Northland Group, CWB, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Highgate, Jesta Group, Timbercreek

Services

Lignes de service

Vente de propriété

Types de propriété

Hôtel

My Team

Informations du marché

mai 3, 2022

INNvestment Canada Hotel Report Q1 2022

Lodging transactions reached nearly $200 million in Q1 with 27 trades, comprised of largely limited-service properties in secondary and tertiary markets. Despite a slower than anticipated start to the year, continued operating performance improvement and an encouraging deal pipeline point to strong growth on the horizon.
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mars 10, 2022

2022 Canadian Hotel Investment Report

Canada’s hotel real estate market gained significant momentum in 2021 with total volume reaching nearly $2 billion.
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févr. 3, 2022

INNvestment Canada Hotel Report Q4 2021

Hotel transaction activity accelerated in Q4 with approximately 52 transactions totaling more than $850 million, representing the third largest quarter for hotel investment by volume since the global financial crisis. The strong end to the year pushed annual transaction volume to just under $2 billion, more than doubling that of 2020 and up 13% from 2019.
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Actualités

sept. 30, 2021

King Blue Hotel

Colliers Hotels is pleased to announce it acted as the sole advisor and exclusive agent to Greenland Group Canada in the sale of the 118-key King Blue Hotel to Northland Properties Corporation.
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juil. 5, 2021

Canada’s hotel industry shows signs of recovery, resilience

Last year, with general uncertainty blanketing the hotel sector and almost two-thirds of hotel rooms sitting empty across Canada, there was a dramatic decline in hotel investment deals.
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