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Ottawa Real Estate Forum
Wednesday, October 2, 2024
Shaw Centre, Ottawa

Scott Brooker
Vice President, Commercial Investments at Cushman & Wakefield


Scott Brooker has completed over $2 billion in commercial transaction value since joining Cushman & Wakefield Ottawa in 2009. He specializes in the acquisition and disposition of investment properties across all asset classes. He has executed real estate transactions delivering exceptional value for local investors as well as some of Canada’s largest institutional investors. Scott has also executed over 1.9 million square feet in lease transactions over his career, including over 1 million square feet of Government of Canada leasing on behalf of local and institutional landlords.

Scott is a consistent top sales performer for Cushman & Wakefield Ottawa, ranking 1st (2022, 2021, 2020), 2nd (2019, 2018, 2016, 2014, 2013), 3rd (2015), and 5th (2012). He is the Ottawa Single Point of Contact for the Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders program.

Scott is an internationally recognized leader in the commercial real estate field. He has been a speaker at the Ottawa Real Estate Forum, delivered Green real estate workshops in the United States and Canada, and been quoted by and contributed to a variety of media outlets.

He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree in International Business from Dalhousie University and the Copenhagen School of Business. He was awarded the Commerce Alumni Association Award in International Business for Academic Achievement, and the Northstar Trade Finance Fellowship. Scott also holds two diplomas from Algonquin College in Business-Marketing and Business Administration.

Scott is a member of the Board of Directors for the The Bruyère Foundation. While at Dalhousie he was a Commerce Society Student Representative and part of the Dalhousie Chapter of the Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research.

Agenda Sessions

  • Revitalizing Downtown Ottawa and Gatineau: Tackling the issue from all sides