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

Todd Beech
Director of Leasing at Regional Group


Todd is a seasoned professional with a wealth of experience in the commercial real estate industry. Joining Regional's Investment & Leasing team in 2019, Todd currently holds the role of Director, Commercial Leasing, where he oversees all aspects of leasing for the company's extensive portfolio spanning 2.3 million square feet, encompassing office, industrial/warehouse, and retail spaces.

One of Todd's remarkable achievements is his recognition as a Co-Star Power Broker Award winner for Retail Lease Transactions in 2022, 2021, and 2020. This consistent recognition underscores his exceptional expertise and outstanding performance in the field. In addition to his impressive Power Broker accolades, Todd was also named the Co-Star Power Broker Lease Transactions winner for 2021.

Prior to joining Regional, Todd honed his skills during his remarkable 10-year tenure in commercial leasing with Cushman & Wakefield, where he consistently stood out as a Top Performer. In this capacity, his responsibilities encompassed a wide spectrum of real estate services, including tenant representation, property acquisition and disposition, marketing, and leasing, all for a diverse portfolio of both local and national accounts.

Today, Todd brings his multifaceted expertise, deep industry knowledge, and a remarkable track record of success to Regional's Commercial Leasing team. His dedication, experience, and commitment to excellence continue to drive exceptional results in the dynamic world of commercial real estate.

Agenda Sessions

  • Session A1 - Retail’s Recovery: What has changed in the retail landscape in Ottawa and what does the future hold? How can we attract tenants and shoppers back to the downtown core and how is retail performing elsewhere?