Crombie is more than a REIT. We're a family.
Real estate is a competitive industry. And at Crombie, we're ambitious and driven to be the best at everything we do. But we're not your typical REIT. At Crombie, you'll find passionate colleagues who motivate you and a leadership team dedicated to helping you reach your fullest potential.
With a focus on exciting work in all aspects of the real estate business, flexibility in work arrangements, giving back to our communities, and professional development, Crombie is a vibrant community of professionals who love what they do and love their life at Crombie.
Meet Our People
As a registered interior designer and Crombie’s Manager of Design for Eastern Canada, Michelle’s job is to help Crombie’s clients visualize the opportunities and possibilities of their space. Michelle gets to flex her creative muscles on a daily basis, as her job involves drawing up plans for interior and exterior design concepts for new developments and renovations, and providing 3D renderings and animations of Crombie properties for both internal stakeholders and tenants.
When Michelle’s not using the newest technology to bring spaces to life for clients, she’s a competitive endurance athlete, having run 13 marathons, completed 3 Ironman Triathlons, and represented Canada at the 2013 World Long Course Triathlon Championships.
Tracy is Coordinator of Corporate Realty Tax, where she works closely with a growing team in a department that is far more fun than the title suggests. Passionate and dedicated to her team, Tracy is constantly looking to learn new skills – right now she’s a part-time Business Administration student at NSCC – something that makes her a great fit for Crombie.
Outside of work, Tracy spends her time hunting for sea glass, sand dollars, and ghosts (she’s a member of Paranormal Investigations Nova Scotia).
As Crombie’s Environmental Manager, Adam is responsible for environmental issues for properties across Canada, including contaminated sites management, hazardous building materials management, and reporting on company-wide environmental sustainability initiatives. His work to protect the health and safety of everyone who visits a Crombie property is a key part of Crombie’s responsible corporate citizenship.
Adam chose to work at Crombie because of the company’s culture of giving back, and the opportunity to work on a national scale. When he’s not leading corporate ‘green’ initiatives, Adam can be found sitting on the council of the Nova Scotia Institute of Agrologists or kicking back on the beach with his family.