Brendan J. Sullivan*

Senior Vice President, Office Leasing

Lic: *Sales Representative

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145 King Street West,
Suite 1100,
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 1J8

Since joining the CBRE Global Brokerage Services Group in 2010, Brendan Sullivan has been directly involved in providing clients with strategic commercial real estate consultation, focusing on occupier and agency office lease contracts. Since 2010, Brendan has represented Tenants and Landlords in over 1,200 lease contracts with an aggregate value of over $1.9Bn. Successfully servicing the needs of regional, national and international clients, Brendan provides his clients industry leading consultation in various commercial real estate scenario’s.

Brendan leads the Toronto Leasing Group (TLG) focusing on Agency Leasing, Occupier Leasing and Property Marketing with his partners Nick Potkidis, Myah Ollek and Amy Ruffner. From 2019, Brendan has advised clients in over 1,700,000 SF of lease contracts, the development of 6 new office/mixed use towers and the sale of 5 prominent office buildings.

Brendan has been recognized as a leader within the Toronto Market by both clients and peers; Brendan is the 2021 Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) Broker of the Year, CBRE’s Broker Choice Award in 2014, 2016 and 2021, Co-Star Power Broker 2017, 2018 and 2019 and 2017 National Association of Office and Industrial Properties (NAIOP) Developing Leader Award. In 2022, Brendan became a Senior Vice President at CBRE Limited.

Brendan is a Co-Chair for the JDRF Ride to Cure Diabetes, raising over $5M for Diabetes research, and was recognized as the 2019 Corporate Volunteer of the Year Award winner. Brendan also serves as a committee member for NAIOP and is a member of the Knights of Columbus charitable organization.

Brendan holds two degrees from the School of Business at Kansas State University, and holds professional designations from the TREB, OREA, and CREA.