Brittany Heath

Vice President Leasing, Eastern Canada, Broker of Record

With over 20 years of experience in the Canadian Shopping Centre Industry specializing in commercial leasing, Brittany’s creative vision and ability to see past the existing retail has helped to build significant value to clients’ portfolios by maximizing each site’s full potential.

Brittany has worked as National Retail Leasing Director, Broker of Record for McCOR Realties (Ontario) Inc. overseeing every aspect of the company’s brokerage operation from property sales and commissions to managing trust accounts. Having gained vast Pan-Canadian experience, she has played a vital role in the redevelopment of over 3.5 million square feet of retail projects. Brittany has continued to surpass industry standards in maintaining high occupancy levels throughout her career and retains an extensive network of national retailer and regional tenant contacts as well as numerous ties to independent operators throughout Canada. With an emphasis on increasing centre traffic, Brittany focuses on the needs of the specific property demonstrating her expertise of closing on leasing opportunities including tenant mix, merchandising plans, and attracting quality new tenants.

Brittany was integral in the leasing and redevelopment of Mayflower Mall, Sydney, Nova Scotia, increasing the value of the centre from $45 million to over $69 million. In addition, another tremendously successful project saw Georgetown Market Place increase its value over $30 million and growing!

Excelling in tenant relationships and lease negotiations, on behalf of owners/landlords, Brittany specializes in Grocery Anchored Strip Plazas, Enclosed Malls, Power Centres, unanchored CRU strips, Lifestyle Centres and remerchandising existing anchor space. She has excelled in Greenfield new build development sites and thrives in providing extensive expertise on retail site selections.

Brittany has received a Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a double major in Economics and Marketing from the University of Guelph and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centres.