Colliers’ John Scott speaks with High Rise Facilities magazine about company’s commitment to sustainability
Facebook will occupy the building, owned by Colliers client Great Portland Estates, on a 15-year term.
Andrew Nelson, Chief Economist | USA, says rich pricing is fueled by global torrents of capital and low rates rather than irrational exuberance
Brian Ward, President of Capital Markets & Investment Services | Americas, explains how multifamily ranks high among various commercial property types in the eyes of investors
President, National Office Services | USA, is raising brokerage's profile in New York and across the country
U.S. Chief Economist Andrew Nelson breaks down commercial real estate outlook for Manhattan and beyond
Brain Ward, President, Capital Markets & Investment Services | Americas, talks with Reuters about surge of Chinese investment in USA
Portfolio's current value over £330 million, includes over 50 assets throughout the UK
Cynthia Foster, President of National Office Services | USA, and Keith Perske, Head of Workplace Innovation | Corporate Solutions, helping to provide solutions for top companies across the U.S.
Senior Vice President and General Counsel discusses the challenge of balancing local culture with an integrated global vision
Drone-shot footage helps Colliers International to stay at cutting edge of property marketing innovation
Integration of leading Northeast firm builds on company's global project management services
President, Capital Markets & Investment Services | Americas, discusses 2015 real estate hot spots on 'Street Smart'
Shareholders overwhelmingly approve proposal to free commercial real estate brokerage to ramp up growth as independent public company
U.S. Chief Economist among 15 researchers to win 2015 Researcher Award by International Council of Shopping Centers
Managing Partner of Colliers International in Poland named Professional of the Year by CEEQA
Andrew Nelson, Chief Economist | USA, and Joseph Harbert, President, Eastern Region | USA, provide national outlook and update on New York market
Chief Information Officer Durgesh Sharma talks to the Wall Street Journal about global rollout of Office Expert
Global CMO Christine Schultz talks with CREW SF's 'The View' about company's latest online and mobile developments
Global Chief Marketing Officer says job is to ensure Colliers remains 'globally present and locally relevant'
Chief Economist | USA explains why current recovery is a 'Goldilocks economy' for commercial real estate
President, Capital Markets & Investment Services | Americas joins panel to discuss current market
Chief Economist | USA offers up advice for today's commercial real estate investor
Regional Executive Managing Director of San Francisco, Sacramento and Marin explains why big tech is moving to San Francisco
Colliers International is hosting its Conference in Denver, Colo., from Feb. 11–13, 2015, uniting more than 1,500 professionals from 22 countries to impact the future of commercial real estate. This three-day event is the largest gathering for the global commercial real estate company, providing numerous opportunities for collaborating, sharing best practices and professional development at the Colorado Convention Center.
Colliers is proud to have a number of professionals in the 2014 Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame
Colliers International, a global leader in real estate advisory, today launched the inaugural MENA Hotel Market Forecast which points to the significant opportunities for the hospitality market in Cairo and Sharm Al Sheikh. The report sites rising popularity of Sharm Al Sheikh with European visitors and socio-political stability in Cairo as key drivers of growth.
The Overton Pearl, whose largest tenant is a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office, sold for $30.89 million in a deal that closed Friday. The buyer was Lynx Overton LLC, an affiliate of New York private equity firm Empire Square Group.
Veteran Healthcare specialist Mary Beth Kuzmanovich surveys the industry and its challenges
A Space Coast hotel property was acquired by a Washington, D.C., firm on Dec. 9 — which may be a sign of future sales thanks to the slow revival of new space travel business. "This sale is noteworthy as it underscores the strength of the Cape Canaveral-Cocoa Beach area hotel market and the regional economy which recovered strongly since the end of the space shuttle program in 2011," said Rich Lillis, executive vice president with Colliers International Hotels, which represented the seller.
Colliers International is adding 17 people to its South Florida offices, a week after Avison Young closed on its acquisition of Abood Wood Fay, which had been doing business as Colliers International South Florida.
The third quarter marked another chapter in the ongoing success story of the industrial sector across the US and Canada, and Colliers International doesn’t see the sector losing its mojo anytime soon.
Retailers that use gift cards and other promotions as perquisites for in-store pickup may find they need to dole out such promotions during future holiday seasons, too. "It's similar to the way Black Friday started and now customers only want better offers, and all that deep discounting is only hurting the industry," said Anjee Solanki, national director of retail services with Colliers International.
According to a new report by Colliers International, luxury retail continues to show strong growth in a number of top global markets and prime cities in Asia.
Even when the quick-click format of e-commerce isn’t involved, retail today is operating at an accelerated pace, Colliers International’s Anjee Solanki tells GlobeSt.com.
Colliers International released the highlights of its latest global retail report – examining 125 retail real estate markets in 50 countries – and found that luxury retail continues to show strong growth in the top global markets and prime cities in Asia.
Defying the weak GDP in Europe and Asia, luxury retailers are seeing growth in key markets this year, according to a new report by Colliers International.
Colliers International and CoreNet Global have come together to form the first BenchCoRE-Service Provider benchmarking agreement. Colliers will enhance its Colliers 360 dashboard and analytics technology with the data services of CoreNet’s BenchCORE benchmarking service.
During the recession, foreign investment into U.S. commercial real estate (not unexpectedly) fell dramatically. Today, we are seeing a material rebound of cross-border investment dollars into real estate, with Asia, in particular, significantly increasing its overseas positions.
President of Capital Markets | Americas explains why Asian investors are betting on real estate in the U.S.
“This shows Costco has learned from the mistakes made by companies like Wal-Mart and also those who were forced to exit the market like Home Depot (HD.N),” said Anjee Solanki, national director of retail services at Colliers International.
Cindy Cooke, a senior vice president at Colliers, said the supply coming online in Phoenix isn't so much the result of a construction boom as it is catching up for years of pent-up demand. Apartment construction is making up for lost time, said Ms. Cooke, who represented seller Standard Phoenix in its deal with P.B. Bell.
Brian Ward, president of Capital Markets, Americas, at Colliers International, discusses the outlook for commercial real estate with Matt Miller on "Street Smart."
Colliers International said today that Dwight Hotchkiss has been named national director, industrial | USA. Hotchkiss' team will continue to oversee the national practice groups—service groups with specialized expertise in particular industries or property sectors such as healthcare, multifamily, distressed assets, law firms and government.
The global firm says the new unit will accelerate its ability to collaborate and eliminates traditional silos around tenant representation and corporate solutions.
“Their locations are such that they can be repurposed into much higher and better uses,” said James Murphy, an executive managing director of Colliers International, the commercial real estate brokerage firm, and a building-sales specialist.
Colliers International, along with its parent company FirstService Corporation (NASDAQ: FSRV), has promoted Dylan Taylor, the former CEO | Americas, to Chief Operating Officer | Global. In his new position, Taylor will oversee the operations of more than 15,000 professionals in 485 offices across 63 countries, with a focus on integrating operations across all service lines and enhancing client engagement and cross-selling.
Williams-Sonoma Inc. has leased an 821,502-square-foot property to serve as its Dallas-Fort Worth regional distribution center. The building is located at 4900 Sherry St. in Arlington, TX, along the southwest portion of Interstate 20 and Highway 360. Tom Pearson, executive vice president at Colliers in Dallas, along with colleague Chris Teesdale, represented Williams-Sonoma.
Retail properties increasingly are being repurposed for medical uses as providers look to move closer to patients and reduce costs by providing outpatient services in non-acute settings, said Colliers National Office Research Manager Andrea Cross, who authored the global brokerage firm's recent 2014 outlook for medical office space
Colliers International provides a variety of infrastructure development services in the MENA region, where the rapidly growing and restless population is demanding new projects.
Along with putting an additional 32 million Americans into the ranks of the insured, the Affordable Care Act is also accelerating consolidation among healthcare providers and insurers. That in turn will be a major driver of the organizations’ real estate decisions for the foreseeable future, Colliers International says in its ever first-ever report on medical office trends.
FirstService Corporation (Nasdaq:FSRV) (TSX:FSV) announced today that its subsidiary, Colliers International ("Colliers") has acquired Briant Champion Long, one of the United Kingdom's leading independent retail property specialists.
Pulse talked with Dylan Taylor, Colliers Americas CEO, before he set off to The 2014 Outsourcing World Summit about his company's pioneering spirit, outsourcing's future, and doing the right things for the right reasons.
David Pinsel, managing director, Colliers International in Dallas; and Ryan Kratz, president, Colliers International in Tampa Bay, were recognized as Stars to Watch – Rising Leaders in Commercial Real Estate, by Commercial Property Executive magazine.
As baby boomers by the thousands prepare to retire, a zest for challenge, a desire to serve others and a flexible mindset characterize the new generation of property managers.
Colliers is the only commercial real estate firm to be honored every year since list inception
Colliers International, part of FirstService Corporation, has acquired controlling interests in two German joint venture partners.
FirstService Corporation announced on March 28, 2013 that its subsidiary, Colliers International, has acquired controlling interests in Colliers Schauer & Scholl and Colliers Brautigam & Kramer.
Our investment sales team led by Cindy Cooke engineered the $68.8 million sale of a 488-unit apartment community in Phoenix. Cooke calls it "one of the top five properties in all of Arizona."
Karel Stransky, director of Corporate Solutions at Colliers, is quoted discussing macroeconomic news highlighting worldwide changes in distribution and trade.
Joseph Harbert joined Colliers as president of the Eastern Region in the US. Joe has been a highly recognized leader in the New York real estate market for more than 30 years.
Australia's federal budget proposal to double the final withholding tax rate for foreign property investors puts Australia's status as a prime investment destination in doubt. See the story, based on our investment research.
Our Asia Pacific team swept the 2012 awards by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors—demonstrating both expertise and a personal commitment to delivering memorable client experiences.
Colliers welcomes Milwaukee-based Inland Companies to join our team. Their talented staff of 50 brokerage and property management professionals will be a great asset for our clients.
Strong sale: a 5.3 capitalization rate and $7,000+ per square foot represents a strong retail investment sale in Chicago. The retailer ranks among the top US retailers for sales per square foot.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors awarded Colliers International’s New Zealand business top honors in all three categories—commercial, industrial and retail—for the second year in a row.
Read how North American law firms are evaluating space usage as market gradually approaches prerecession levels
Read our latest North American Industrial Highlights report and get a comprehensive overview of the industrial market segment in Q4 2014
The recovery has broadened significantly, both geographically and by industry, with the U.S. adding the most jobs in 2014 since 1999 and with broader employment growth driving demand for office space
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