Cresa, based in Washington DC, is the world’s largest commercial real estate advisory firm that exclusively represents occupiers and specializes in the delivery of fully integrated real estate solutions. The company was established in 1993 in the United States. Today it serves clients through more than 80 global offices.
The Toronto office, founded in 1989 as LNR Corporation, entered into the Cresa partnership in 1993, recognizing the opportunity to strengthen its geographic capabilities and provide a great scope of services for present and future clients.
Cresa’s Toronto office has worked alongside our clients to align their business plans and their real estate needs, increase their productivity, and consistently save them money.
Our integrated team of real estate advisors, project managers, designers, and analysts, listen to occupiers’ needs, meticulously research market conditions, firmly negotiate terms, and manage the design and construction of projects to customize the best possible occupancy solutions. And it’s this relentless focus on our clients that has earned us numerous industry awards along the way.
Be the advisor that brings the greatest value to occupiers.
To think beyond space - strengthening those we serve and enhancing the quality of life for our clients and employees.
Cresa is the preeminent partner for real estate occupiers everywhere.
Cresa's mandate is to partner with occupiers to deliver them the best value. We work with businesses, organizations and charities of all sizes and industries, spanning every corner of this province, to create real estate solutions that suit their unique business needs.
An unbiased advocate
Our integrated platform
Specific Not-For-Profit practice
Offices across the global
Years of commercial real estate experience
Cresa is the world’s largest occupier-only commercial real estate firm. We think of real estate as a business tool - one that goes beyond the operational need to help drive profitability, enhance your image and attract top talent.
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