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Land & Development
Tuesday, May 30, 2023
Metro Toronto Convention Centre - North Building

Noah Rechtsman
Executive Vice President at Hullmark


Noah Rechtsman is the Executive Vice President at Hullmark. He is responsible for overseeing all aspects of Hullmark’s investment activities and is a member of the executive team. Noah is responsible for strategic direction, growth of our income producing and development pipeline, partnership projects, lending business and partnerships. Hullmark is a privately held corporation with a primary focus on real estate investing in urban Toronto. Hullmark owns and manages $1B of assets, comprising of approximately 1.4 million sq. ft. of leasable area as well as a significant development pipeline of commercial and residential density in downtown Toronto. Hullmark is a proud to partner with one of Canada’s largest life insurance companies, publicly traded REIT’s and a number of HNW families. Our goal is to create long term value while shaping Toronto’s urban landscape, creating great projects with great people. Prior to joining Hullmark, Noah was a Senior Vice President in Cushman & Wakefield’s Capital Markets Group. From 2007 until 2019, Noah held in various roles, starting as an analyst. During his time at C&W, Noah lead transactions of commercial property in excess of $1.4B, acting on behalf of several of Canada’s largest fortune 500 companies, insurance entities, REIT’s and government agencies. Noah was recognized as a top 10 national producer at C&W, has been active member of NAIOP, sat on the Municipal Funding & Infrastructure board for the Real Property Association of Canada (RealPAC) and is actively involved with several charitable foundations.

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