Parker: Devencore bullish on industrial real estate opportunities

David Parker, Calgary Herald
Published on: February 17, 2017

A good number of Calgary real estate professionals are feeling confident in the local market — bullish even.

Among them is Agron Miloti, president and broker for the Alberta region of Newmark Knight Frank Devencore, a company that’s been slightly under the radar since opening an office here. Today, with offices downtown and in south Calgary, it’s been hiring new staff, including Sean Bradley, Manuel and Jose Verdugo and Mitch Walz in the south office on 1A Street S.W.

Miloti studied in the 1980s at the University of Pristina in Kosovo while his father was Yugoslavia’s ambassador to Canada. The family defected to Canada and moved to Victoria, where Miloti joined them.

Vancouver Island was not quite exciting enough for the young man and he moved to Calgary in 1984.

Miloti joined Lennard Commercial Real Estate where he enjoyed the mentorship of Beth Lennard for 10 years. He founded CITI Commercial Real Estate Services in 1999 and in 2011 merged with Newmark Knight Frank Devencore, becoming the executive responsible for Alberta operations.

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