Welcome

Coldwell Banker Commercial Integrity Real Estate is a full service commercial brokerage firm that can help clients look for space as either tenants or sell or lease space as Landlord/Owners. Whether it is Industrial space, office space, investment grade product or commercial/retail space we have experience in all of these sectors and would be happy to help you and your company navigate the market. You will find us trustworthy and professional, and we keep confidentialities well so your information remains safe.

During Covid-19, we also respect distancing protocols and do whatever it takes to keep us all safe.

If you have a commercial real estate requirement or question, we invite you to get in touch with us.

Bill DeJong
President / Broker of Record

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Business Development Bank of Canada
Pro Export
Drake International
Arby's Canada Inc.
Bayshore Home Health
ACPM
Information Technology Association of Canada for Ontario
Renolds&Renolds
Assante Wealth Management
Kwik Kopy
Systems and Services Company - meal preparation services
Mortgage and Equipment Financing
ARI Financial Services - Fleet Management
The Daniels Corporation
New balance Fitness and Sports equipment
Peel Literacy Guild
Greiner-Pacaud Management Associates (GPM)
Ital Pasta
Pioneer Family Pools
Manac Semitrailers
VOS Food Store Equipment
Ford Motor Company of Canada
Sleep Country
Real Estate & Mortgage News

  7/21/2021 | Posted in Commercial Real Estate by Coldwell Banker Integrity Real Estate
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A particular property type continues to be Canada’s most sought-after investment asset class. ... More

Real Estate & Mortgage News

  7/19/2021 | Posted in Commercial Real Estate by Coldwell Banker Integrity Real Estate
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A new report suggests Toronto businesses are making plans to call employees back to the office. ... More

Real Estate & Mortgage News

  7/15/2021 | Posted in Commercial Real Estate by Coldwell Banker Integrity Real Estate
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New report projects improvements for beaten-down commercial segments, with earnings to recover by 2022 ... More