Blair McCreadie and William Campbell to speak at the Atlantic Real Estate Forum
On May 11, two members of our team will share their expertise at the Atlantic Real Estate Forum in Halifax. Join us at this informative event where Blair McCreadie, Head of Canadian Real Estate, and William Campbell, Director, Asset Management, will share valuable insights on the trends, issues, strategies, and opportunities within the real estate market.
William Campbell will be Fiera Real Estate’s first representative at this event as he will participate in the “Industrial and Retail Market Update: Will Industrial Continue to Boom at the Expense of Retail Post Pandemic?” session. Industrial markets across Canada have seen strong demand throughout the pandemic as e-commerce fulfillment, food distribution, and even manufacturing have increased their requirement for more industrial space. Is there enough industrial land for developers to build to keep up with demand? Will industrial demand continue at the expense of retail? Will changing demographics result in a need for new and different retailers across the region? This panel will offer their opinion on these issues.
At the last session of the day, Blair McCreadie and other senior real estate executives will have an Atlantic Canada focused discussion on real estate market fundamentals for 2022 and beyond. Hear their insights on what they see occurring over the next 24 months, and their strategic thinking going forward. They will be asked to provide their perspectives on the most significant challenges, trends, risks, and opportunities for investors and owners across all the key markets, as well as comment on key development challenges and supply issues, their expectations for the availability of debt and capital for real estate in Atlantic Canada, and more.
We are excited to learn from other panellists and be part of the discussions on demographic changes; the economic drivers responsible for the GDP growth predictions for the Atlantic Canada market; the major trends in the office, industrial, retail, and apartment sectors; the pricing and availability of financing from the credit markets; and key provincial planning and growth management policies in major cities.
To attend this event, register here.