1 Place Ville Marie
+1 514 667 5678
View my property listings
Andrew Bissett is the Executive Vice President and Practice Lead for the Montreal Tenant Representation Group. Andrew leads a team of eight professionals who provide comprehensive advisory and transaction services exclusively to users of office space. His team structure and culture encourages collaboration and guarantees the best competency and expertise for each assignment.
With over 28 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry in Montreal, Andrew is recognized as one of the industry's consistent top performers and has an excellent reputation with his peers, landlords, and most importantly, his clients, who repeatedly seek his advice and service. Over the last 17 years, he has worked with countless local and multinational corporate clients to evaluate, create and execute real estate strategies to support business objectives. Since 2013, Andrew's team has concluded over 250 transactions in Montreal for over 2.98 M square feet of office space.
Andrew has excellent skills in strategic planning, project execution and negotiation. He is a forward-thinker who uses market information, company resources, best practices and industry contacts to identify and forecast trends to create winning leasing opportunities and transactions for his team's clients.
Education and Affiliations
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Concordia University. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker in the province of Quebec, and holds two esteemed industry designations: MCR (Master of Corporate Real Estate) from CoreNet Global and SIOR from the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors.
Andrew's team is actively involved in a number of charitable organizations. Specifically, volunteering and providing financial support to the Old Brewery Mission. The Montreal Tenant Representation team has also been one of the largest participants and fundraisers at the Games for Hope in 2016 and 2017 and is actively involved in the Breakfast Club of Canada.
JLL Real Estate Services