Since joining Barclay Street Real Estate in 1987, Bill Falagaris has become a respected leader among his clients, colleagues and fellow brokers and developed a reputation based on his professional and honourable approach to his clients and the business.
As a veteran Leasing Associate, Bill specializes in Downtown and Beltline areas in Calgary and has leased over 3 million square feet throughout his career. With a degree in Business from Mount Royal University and 30 years of client relation experience, Bill has a comprehensive understanding of inner workings of a business and how to find real estate solutions that will help a business prosper.
Over the years, Bill has gained extensive experience representing both the tenant and landlord in the leasing process. As a representative of landlords, Bill has acted as exclusive agent for a number of office buildings and successfully leased his listings to 100% occupancy. As a representative of tenants, Bill has assisted many clients with leasing negotiations for new spaces and for their existing premises so they reach an agreement that helps them achieve their real estate goals.
Outside of work, Bill is a family man at heart and spends much of his free time doing many activities with his family. He also is a sport and auto racing enthusiast.
Cassandra joined Barclay Street in February 2015, while pursuing a BBA with a major in Marketing, General Management and a minor in Financial Services. She is an Office Leasing Administrative Assistant, working exclusively on client database management. When not in the office, Cassandra is either immersed in a good book, studying, climbing or spending time with her daughter.
With a strong business analysis background and 15 years in commercial real estate, Dan offers a full-service solution for his clients to meet all their real estate needs. With a client-centered approach Dan has become a recognized expert in the commercial real estate industry and has been featured in many media pieces for his knowledge and understanding of the local market.
After graduating in 1993 from the University of Calgary with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Finance, Dan worked in managerial positions in commercial lending at HSBC Bank of Canada in Calgary, Kingston and Toronto. Dan decided he could offer a greater value in business by switching to commercial real estate market and joined the Barclay Street team in 2001. In 2005 Dan was invited to become a partner at Barclay Street and has since enjoyed an active role in the company.
Dan has leased over 2.5 million square feet and sold over $100 million in real estate sales in over 600 transactions representing both tenant and landlords in many complex transactions. With the unique blend of commercial lending experience and real estate assignments, Dan offers his client’s a unique perspective so he fully understands their business and effectively advocates and negotiates for their best interests.
As an art enthusiast and community activist, Dan has spearheaded many community initiatives through Barclay Street and personally including music, film and festival sponsorships.
Dan is a proud father of two children, Sophie and Edan and has been married to his wife Jennifer since 2000.
Jace Jonsson joined Barclay Street Real Estate in February 2014 after graduating from the Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary. Jace completed a Bachelor of Commerce with a primary focus in Finance. Prior to university, Jace interned for the Ministry of National Revenue in Ottawa and set his sights on a career in Finance and Commercial Real Estate.
Between 2004 and 2012, Jace was actively involved in Provincial and Federal political life being charged with managing the operations of four call centres, taking responsibility for over eighty employees, and delivering his campaign’s message to more than 200,000 Albertans. Eager to transfer his skills to the Commercial Real Estate industry, Jace pursued a career at Barclay Street Real Estate focusing on Beltline and Suburban Office Leasing.
Partnered with Dan Harmsen, Jace is responsible for leasing requirements less than 10,000 square feet. Jace works exclusively on behalf of corporate clients in Calgary, facilitating marketing efforts and leasing negotiations for new and existing premises. Jace is focused on providing his clients with creative solutions to their real estate requirements by working diligently to understand and accommodate their specific needs while providing comprehensive service throughout the leasing process.
With nearly 35 years of commercial real estate experience and millions of square feet leased, Ian Robertson has helped hundreds of businesses make educated real estate decisions and has become a respected expert in the Calgary market.
After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of New Brunswick, Ian entered the commercial real estate industry and has gained an array of experience in leasing, sales, and property management. Ian’s history with Barclay Street dates back to the company’s predecessor having joined in 1984.
As a Leasing Negotiator in the Suburban Calgary area, Ian helps his clients locate office space of all sizes and purposes. With extensive experience in both tenant and landlord representation, Ian has gained a full understanding of the leasing process so he can best represent his client’s interests and negotiate diligently for an optimal outcome.
Ian has earned a solid reputation among clients, landlords, competitors and industry stakeholders that is built on his high ethical standards, trustworthy demeanour and unwavering client support. Outside of the real estate industry, Ian has been an active member in his community through his support of local hockey and soccer teams as coach and mentor.
Chris Rundle joined Barclay Street in June 2014 after graduating from the Mount Royal University business program with a Bachelor of Business Administration specializing in Finance and Economics. Before returning to school, Chris was the managing partner of a small residential construction company that was enjoying reasonable success until the economic downturn in 2008 forced him to close the doors on his young enterprise. He has always had a passion for real estate. So, with years of experience as a self-driven small business owner, he decided that the commercial real estate industry offered many interesting career pathways that would be ideal for a motivated and resourceful person like himself.