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Toronto 2020 Forecast

What Is Next For CRE In Toronto As 2019 Comes To A Close

Event Ended On: Thursday December 12 2019

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Events Speakers and Panels

2020 Forecast

Steve Cameron

Steve Cameron

VP, Cameron Stephens


Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
The Well Update
Get An Update On The Well, How Things Are Progressing, & What Is To Come
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
2020 Forecast
Recap 2019 & Hear How It Will Impact Next Year
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!


Toronto Marriott City Centre
1 Blue Jays Way
Toronto, ON M5V 1J4

Ballroom: Northern Lights Ballroom-2nd floor

Parking Information:
Parking at the Rogers Centre & Toronto Marriott City Centre Hotel Rogers Centre has two available parking areas. There is parking located under the Stadium which allows use of the Stadium’s elevators to provide easy access to the hotel.
Valet-Parking - $45/day
Self-Park in Rogers Centre: $30

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Event Summary

Foreign money is flooding into CRE in Toronto and it is no surprise why. High end condo towers are popping up all over, some of the largest and most luxurious mixed-use developments in the world, the strongest office market in North America, and industrial with vacancy rates as low as 1.4%. Toronto Commercial Real Estate is firing on all cylinders! As the world braces for an economic downturn, Toronto CRE seems primed to weather the coming storm. Hear what the experts think about the current health of the Toronto market and what they think the future holds at Toronto Forecast. Please send event questions and topic/speaker recommendations to Noah Ackerman at

  1. What were this years’ major acquisitions, investments, and projects in and around Toronto?
  2. As downtown Toronto becomes more expensive, a younger generation is looking for rent relief. What neighborhoods are primed for investment and development?
  3. Toronto’s unemployment rate was down to 5.4% the lowest it has been since 1976. What is driving such a booming economy and what impact is it having on CRE?
  4. Industrial hit an all time low of 1.4% availability due to such heavy demand. Where are developers looking to add industrial with prime locations having such high price tags?
  5. Everyone knows Toronto has the strongest office market in all of North America, with almost everything that came online in 2019 pre leased. With so little inventory and such high rents what are companies doing that can’t afford downtown Toronto?