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CBRE, Brookfield Partner to Enhance Property Management 

CBRE and Brookfield Properties have entered a strategic partnership to enhance property management services for Brookfield Properties’ 65-million-square-foot office portfolio in the U.S. CBRE’s new offering, CBRE Investor Portfolio Management, will provide services including building operations, property accounting, procurement, and technology solutions.  

The collaboration aims to deliver better tenant experiences, improve operational efficiency, and focus on strategic activities that enhance value. CBRE will leverage its scale, resources, and deep experience, while Brookfield Properties brings its commitment to tenant services and building operation expertise to the partnership. 

“This strategic partnership enables us to leverage the best practices of two global real estate businesses to continue to deliver the exceptional service our tenants expect, while improving operational efficiency and allowing us to focus on strategic activities that drive the most value for our investors,” said Greg Meyer, president of Brookfield Properties’ North American office business. 

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