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Commercial Real Estate Services Toronto

We’re with You, Wherever You Need to Be

From the towers of the Financial District to the creative vibe of the Annex, Torontonians are proud of their diverse neighborhoods–and Cushman & Wakefield Toronto is the thread connecting them all. Our commercial real estate teams link investors and occupiers with the office, retail, and industrial spaces and services that keep Toronto real estate at the forefront of world culture.

Your Unique Profile + Our Expertise = A Bespoke Solution

You always get the best expertise available, whether you’re a global corporation seeking a large-scale office lease, or an industrial supply company creating a distribution hub in Caledon. The specialists of our three Greater Toronto Area offices will work with you to develop short- and long-term goals that protect your best interests in what’s become a more competitive Toronto market than ever.

Thinking Beyond Toronto?

Whether your portfolio extends beyond the GTA, or you simply want to understand how global real estate trends can impact your strategy, we’re here to help. Benefit from market intelligence and insights drawn from Cushman & Wakefield’s 400 global offices in 70 countries.

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At Cushman & Wakefield, our experts are purposefully dedicated to putting the client at the center of what's next.

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