About

National Director


Recipe for Success

The Colliers Food Advisory Services group was founded by a group of real estate experts with unique knowledge of the world of food gained from a passion for the food industry, as well as significant and relative transaction experience. The team is made up of real estate professionals who have dedicated their practice solely to the food industry. The goal of the group is to accelerate the success of our food industry clients by applying our unique knowledge and understanding of the industry to create solutions to our client’s real estate needs.   
 
Through this exclusive focus, our experts have developed an extensive network and database of food industry relationships that give us the distinct ability to uncover opportunities for our clients that may be otherwise unknown. A deep understanding of the specialized assets required by food users gives us the ability to properly guide our clients to the absolute best solution to their needs.  

Colliers Food Advisory Services provides access to a full suite of services including:

  • Tenant Representation, Site Selection, Property Acquisition

  • Leasing – landlord side and tenant side leasing services

  • Disposition and Sales – with a unique approach to the marketing of your available facility

  • Real Estate Valuation Services – knowledge and understanding of food related infrastructure to properly value your asset

  • Sale-Leaseback – strategy to help convert equity into cash

  • Build-to-Suit Advisory

  • Existing Building Retrofit Advisory

  • Economic Incentives and Labor Analytics

  • Real Estate Finance and Monetization

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QuickBites

Food Advisory Services Newsletter

A paradigm shift in consumer preference is the driving factor behind the trends mentioned in this next issue of Quick Bites, and Millennials are the primary reason for this shift.  Millennials are acutely aware of what they consume, and how, when and where they consume it. Consumer behavior causes a ripple effect through the food supply chain, starting with retailers and moving back through the chain to the manufacturers and processors. Further, commodity and fuel price fluctuations have a profound impact on manufacturers, processors and distributors, who are forced to consider these factors when building their supply chain model..

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