December 7, 2019

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Opinion

City real estate continues to evolve

Observers say Winnipeg's market already entering new phase

MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Moderator Chase Allen (left) leads a commercial real estate panel at the Building Owners and Managers Association State of the Industry Luncheon at the RBC Convention Centre on Wednesday. Also taking part are Rennie Zegalski, principal of Capital Commercial Real Estate Services; Franca Cerqueti, VP and managing director, CMLS Financial; Bryce Alston, director, Alston Properties Ltd.; and Don White, CEO of Private Pension Partners and executive vice-president at Colliers International.</p>

MIKAELA MACKENZIE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Moderator Chase Allen (left) leads a commercial real estate panel at the Building Owners and Managers Association State of the Industry Luncheon at the RBC Convention Centre on Wednesday. Also taking part are Rennie Zegalski, principal of Capital Commercial Real Estate Services; Franca Cerqueti, VP and managing director, CMLS Financial; Bryce Alston, director, Alston Properties Ltd.; and Don White, CEO of Private Pension Partners and executive vice-president at Colliers International.

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