Brad Goegan


401 Bay Street, Suite 1600, Toronto, M5H 2Y4 Canada
+1 (416) 941-9900 ext 220



Toronto, Canada

Commercial Real Estate

Nidea Partners Corporate Real Estate

Brad Goegan holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McMaster University and has attended numerous professional education programs relating to corporate real estate.

Brad had provided advisory and brokerage services to corporate clients since 1990.  He has specialized in total account management from a real estate perspective and has worked with firms such as:

  • ABB
  • ADP
  • Archway Marketing
  • Bell
  • HSBC
  • Quebecor 

Brad has managed a wide scope of corporate real estate projects including:

  • Office, industrial and special use facilities
  • Design build for office, industrial, laboratory and flex buildings
  • Stipulated price construction contracts
  • Community based Healthcare facilities (office, program areas and residential uses)


Tenant Representation

• Dilapidations & Reinstatement (Restoration)

• Build-to-suits & Development

• Sale Lease-backs

• Commercial Condos

• Purchase & Owner/Users

• Leasing and Renewals

• Subleasing, Assignment, Disposition

• Lease Audit & Advisory

• Site Selection

• Broker Opinions of Value

• Strategic Consulting

• Project Management

• Lease Administration

• Strategic Alliance Service Provider

Practice Areas

• Law firms

• Non-profits

• Government & Institutions

• Work/Live

• Data-center & Colocation centers

• Biotech & Life-sciences Laboratories

• Office

• Warehouse & Storage

• Distribution centers

• Flex & R&D Showrooms

• Industrial

• Retail

Following are some interesting facts about Toronto and its commercial real estate market…

  • Toronto is the provincial capital of Ontario and the largest city in Canada. Located in southern Ontario, on the shore of Lake Ontario. With over 2.5 million residents, it is the 5th most populous municipality in North America.
  • Consistently selected as one of the world’s most livable cities by the Economist Intelligence Unit and the Mercer Quality of Living Survey. In addition Toronto was ranked as the most expensive Canadian city in which to live in 2006.
  • Toronto is both cosmopolitan and international, reflecting its role as the most popular destination for immigrants to Canada. Toronto is one of the world’s most diverse cities by percentage of non-native born residents, as 49% of its population was born outside of Canada.
  • Toronto is home to the largest freestanding structure in the western hemisphere, the CN Tower, which was the tallest in the world until 2007. It is an important telecommunications hub and a center of tourism in Toronto.
  • Trump International Hotel and Tower, Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons Hotel and Residences, and the Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts are just some of the luxury high rise construction projects recently begun in the downtown core.
  • Toronto is a major international center for business and finance. Generally considered the financial capital of Canada, Toronto has a high concentration of banks and brokerage firms, and the world’s 8th largest stock market.