Value of Existing Building Retrofit - Landlord, Tenant and Design Perspectives in the Toronto Market

When:  Nov 20, 2018 from 7:30 AM to 9:00 AM (ET)
Associated with  Canadian
Join your Canadian Chapter colleagues for this breakfast event featuring a panel discussion revolving around adaptive reuse of buildings in downtown Toronto, including the benefits and drawbacks from the landlords’ side, as well as tenants’ and designers’ viewpoints.

$50 Members
$100 Non-members
$35 Young Leaders




Derek Snyder, Vice Chair, Office Leasing
Cushman & Wakefield
Derek Snyder has been a part of the Cushman & Wakefield Toronto Office Leasing division for 26 years. He has become one of Canada’s most successful office leasing brokers due to his competency in advising business leadership on how to translate their business strategies into real estate solutions that reduce costs and improve corporate performance.


Tim Low, Senior Vice President, Leasing
Allied Properties REIT
Tim Low is responsible for Allied’s National office and retail portfolio. Prior to joining Allied, he worked for a number of large commercial real estate and private equity firms, leasing office space across Canada. Over his extensive real estate career, Tim has leased a variety of commercial properties including heritage properties and Class A bank towers.

Rory MacLeod, Senior Vice President, Development
Cadillac Fairview
Rory has been with Cadillac Fairview for 12 years in various operations and development focussed roles. In addition to 33 Dundas Street West, he is responsible for a number of office, retail and mixed use projects in Toronto. Those include 2 new office developments currently underway, totalling 2.1 million square feet, 16 York Street and 160 Front Street.

Sherry Munawar, Managing Director, Portfolio Strategy
As Managing Director, Portfolio Strategy for BMO, Sherry Munawar leads the leasing, portfolio strategy, relationship management and workplace evolution for the bank’s office portfolio. He comes with broad experience in corporate real estate including stints as a Director in the Strategy and Planning team at RBC and as a consultant in Deloitte’s Real Estate Consulting practice.

John White, Principal

Since joining WZMH in 1989, John has been involved with numerous projects ranging from master-planning through commercial, hospitality, residential, and mixed use to repositioning and interiors. His work is international, having been the design architect for work in the Middle East and China.  This range of experience allows him to bring a unique perspective to each project.



QRC West - Lobby Atrium
134 Peter Street
Toronto, ON


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