Randy Borron - Cushman & Wakefield
Randy Borron

Randy Borron

Vice Chairman, Office Leasing

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  • Location

    161 Bay Street
    Suite 1500
    Toronto, ON M5J 2S1
    Canada

  • Phone

    +1 416 359-2474

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Profile

Randolph Borron is a Vice Chairman with over a 28 years of experience in data center and telecom switch site acquisition and lease negotiations, and with more than 32 years of experience with Cushman & Wakefield Ltd.


His data center expertise covers site selection, lease negotiation, portfolio strategy, real estate strategic planning, and account management. Randolph is experienced in managing global accounts and transactions; and large teams in many regions, many disciplines, including client, team, and other expert service producers.

Randolph is one of the founding members and leader of Cushman & Wakefield’s Data Center Advisory Group. The Data Center Advisory Group is made up of uniquely qualified specialists who understand the specialized requirements of the mission critical environments. Mr. Borron determines the value proposition within each transaction to ensure that his client’s real estate decisions results in protection of their mission critical facilities, skills, tools, and knowledge.

Randolph is a top producer in Cushman & Wakefield Ltd. Achieving Top 100 in the Americas in 2013, 2014, and 2015. Mr. Borron graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an Honours Degree in Urban Development and Economics. He is a member of SIOR, CoreNet Global, and NAIOP.

Awards & Associations

  • SIOR Broker of Year, 2015
  • NAIOP REX Award Transaction of the Year, 2015
  • CoreNet REmmy Award for Innovative Workplace, 2014
  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Hall of Fame, 2014 induction
  • Cushman & Wakefield’s President’s Round Table Honours for 23 years
  • Awarded the Cushman & Wakefield’s Award of Excellence

Assignments

Major clients include:

IBM
AT&T
Bell Canada
Blackboard
BMO
CentriLogic
CenturyLink
CGI
Cologix
Dell
Equinix
Global Crossing
IBM
Level 3
Peer1
Networks
RBC
Rogers
SoftLayer
TELUS
TeraGo Networks
TD Bank