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17th Annual NAIOP Real Estate Excellence Awards Gala: March 22, 2018

Apr 19, 2018
2018 Rex Awards4

Daoust Vukovich was a proud sponsor of the 17th Annual NAIOP Real Estate Excellence Awards Gala, also known as the “REX Awards”, which was held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre on March 22, 2018.

Candace Cooper and Jamie Paquin presented the Office Lease of the Year award.  The Office Lease of the Year award recognizes the use of innovative and creative solutions to create a lasting and mutually beneficial landlord and tenant relationship.   The winner of the Office Lease of the Year was CIBC Square.  

The REX Awards were attended by over 700 commercial real estate professionals.  A complete list of REX Award winners can be found on the NAIOP Website, at http://www.torontonaiop.org/rex/awardswinners.cfm

NAIOP, one of North America’s most recognized commercial real estate organizations, seeks to connect over 15,000 members in Canada, the U.S., and Mexico and brings together major landlords, tenants, brokers, and other significant players in the commercial real estate industry for various educational, networking, and business opportunities.

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