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Real Estate Forum
December 4-5, 2024
Metro Toronto Convention Centre, South Building, TorontoChairs’ Reception – December 3 – Fairmont Royal York

Michael Borron
Associate Vice President, Global Data Center Advisory Group at Cushman & Wakefield


Michael Borron is a licensed Broker and is an Associate Vice President at Cushman & Wakefield (C&W). Michael started working at C&W as a Research Analyst in the Data Center Advisory Group and has seven years of experience in Brokerage at C&W. Michael has a degree in Finance with a Minor in Economics from Wilfrid Laurier University. Michael works with C&W’s Global Data Center Advisory Group and Office Leasing Division as a member of one of the top producing teams globally. Michael has worked on major data center site selection accounts including capital market transactions for land and buildings. Michael also represents data center users to lease colocation properties and develop global strategies to optimize their portfolios. He has developed expertise in finding off-market opportunities, writing specialized consulting reports, preparing financial analysis for clients, and works with C&W Teams to create, manage and implement listing programs across North America.

Michael provides comprehensive services for the following industry sectors:

  • Hyperscale Cloud Companies
  • Colocation Companies
  • Private Equity Investors
  • Infrastructure Funds
  • Institutional Investors

Michael has acquired and sold a large volume of highly valued land and data center assets for his clients. He has tremendous insights into the dynamics of global data center markets and the drivers for demand.

Agenda Sessions

  • Alternative assets: from data centres, storage & seniors housing to life sciences, healthcare, and infrastructure – where is investor interest heading?