More understanding of your needs
A formalized process that centres around your business and capital objectives
More aligned with your goals
Cross-functional client teams working together to maximize asset performance
More expertise
Team of industry leaders working together to add value when you need it most
More market knowledge
Generating positive returns for clients throughout Ontario for more than 35 years
More in return
Your partner in real estate performance

More in return – your partner in real estate performance

Our goal is to help you achieve your goals. Whether you’re looking to source new opportunities, unlock asset value, or protect your real estate investment, we work with you to ensure your asset strategy is strong, clear and realistic – and executed to meet or exceed your targeted returns.

Our full-service real estate management platform includes property management and leasing, development management, investment management, and asset management – and we’ve been in business for more than 35 years. We are experienced, we know our markets, and we give owners more in return.

What’s new at Colonnade BridgePort

We take pride in celebrating our people and the projects we are involved with, as well as the thoughts and opinions of our leaders. Check back often to see what’s new.

CBP Adds Milestone Property to Management Portfolio

Colonnade BridgePort has been awarded the property management and leasing mandate for Place Vincent Massey. Predominately leased by PWGSC, the 416,465 sq. ft. building is now the largest office building in CBP’s portfolio and signals the company’s re-entry into the Quebec market.

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Square Feet under management

The Post-Pandemic Office: Transforming the Office Space for the Return to Work

Now more than a year into the pandemic, employees report feeling fatigued by the persistent nature of the virtual office. Amid a global crisis, seismic shifts have happened in the workplace, allowing employers to trial a remote working strategy and determine organizational fit. The result? Across industries, studies found that remote working had little effect on employee output, with over 40 percent of Canadians reporting that their productivity is unchanged when working from home.