Faber further strengthens Real Estate Management Services’ (REMS) retail portfolio leasing services
Ingrid Faber is a seasoned senior retail leasing executive with extensive experience in urban, mixed use, necessity and enclosed mall leasing and development across Canada’s primary and secondary markets. Faber’s wealth of knowledge about the market, including consumer trends, demographics, and the competitive landscape makes her a strategic addition to REMS.
“Ingrid is known for her strong relationships across the broker and retail communities and has spent her career working exclusively for landlords. She has a remarkable ability to find creative ways to optimize the tenant mix, including for street level and PATH retail, and maximize the value of retail assets,” says Jane Domenico, Senior Vice President & National Lead, Retail Services.
Faber has worked for Cadillac Fairview, Ivanhoe Cambridge, Oxford, Brookfield Properties, and was most recently with a regional retail developer and operator. Faber joins REMS’ national portfolio leasing team as the service line continues to bolster its leasing services on behalf of owners.
The team includes Jane Beckwith, Director, National Leasing, and Tim Yeung, Director, Leasing.
Beckwith specializes in office and industrial leasing on behalf of REMS’ clients. She manages complex leasing mandates across Ontario and Alberta, while maintaining strong national relationships allowing her to stay informed about industry trends and emerging opportunities. Over the past 12 years, Beckwith has earned the trust of REMS’ clients, including its largest office investor client.
Yeung has delivered on office, industrial, and retail leasing on behalf of REMS’ clients with assets in BC and Alberta. With 15 years of experience, Yeung has honed the ability to work collaboratively with all stakeholders and deliver high-quality leasing solutions. Yeung is a valuable client partner, routinely called upon when they need innovative strategies to retain and attract tenants, and when they want to lead, not simply respond, to the latest trends in commercial real estate.