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Concert Properties appoints Lindsay Brand as new Chief Investment Officer

March 5, 2024, Vancouver, BC – Concert Properties is pleased to announce that Lindsay Brand has been named Chief Investment Officer (CIO), effective April 2, 2024.

Lindsay brings to Concert Properties a diverse perspective and a depth of development and investment experience across a variety of asset classes within a high-growth environment.

“We are thrilled to welcome Lindsay to our exceptional management team,” says Christine Bergeron, President & CEO of Concert Properties. “As a strong leader with extensive experience in senior real estate investment roles, I am confident in Lindsay’s ability to deliver long-term portfolio growth across the country and create value for our shareholders.”

Lindsay held increasingly senior roles during her ten years at the Dream group of companies and throughout her tenure, she participated in the strategic growth of five public companies. As Chief Investment Officer of Dream Unlimited Corp. and Dream Impact Trust she led over $2 billion of acquisitions and structured over $3 billion of development partnerships.

Previously, Lindsay financed development deals at the Real Estate Commercial Banking Group and Corporate Development Group of a major Canadian financial institution.

As CIO of Concert Properties, Lindsay will lead an experienced national team responsible for the income-producing property portfolio, including acquisitions, dispositions, asset and fund management, leasing and property management. Lindsay will also oversee Concert Income Properties, an open-ended, limited partnership Canadian fund. She will be based out of the company’s Toronto office.

“I am very excited to be joining Concert Properties, a reputable and progressive company that is well diversified, both by asset class and geography,” says Lindsay. “I look forward to building on the team’s ongoing success in growing the portfolio and delivering strong returns for the company’s shareholders and investors.”

Lindsay holds a Bachelor of Arts and Honours Business Administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario and a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Columbia University in New York. Lindsay serves on the Board of Trustees for two public companies. In addition, she is also a trustee of the Jewish Foundation of Greater Toronto and a member of the Finance Committee for Neuchatel Junior College.


About Concert Properties
Since 1989, Concert Properties has proudly been developing, acquiring and managing Canadian real estate in pursuit of building a people-first future. We develop, own and manage rental apartments and seniors’ active aging communities; develop condominium homes; and develop, acquire and manage industrial and commercial properties through our two corporate entities, Concert Real Estate Corporation and Concert Income Properties. Through Concert Infrastructure, an independent corporate entity, essential public infrastructure projects are invested in, developed and managed. We have grown to over $9 billion in assets, including $3.3 billion in infrastructure. Owned by union and management pension plans and institutional investors representing over 200,000 Canadians, our vision is to create resilient, inclusive and sustainable communities across Canada. See for more information.

About Concert Income Properties
Formed in 2016, Concert Income Properties maximizes long-term value by acquiring, developing and managing industrial, office and multi-family real estate in Canada. Supported by Canadian pension funds and institutional investors, this open-ended, limited partnership Canadian fund has delivered exceptional returns since inception, with an asset value of $3.3 billion and 13.1 million square feet of leasable area. See for more information.

Media Contact
John Corry
Director, Corporate Communications
Concert Properties