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Two Gateway Center
Suite 125
603 Stanwix Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
USA
Main + 1 412 321 4200
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Gregg Broujos
Managing Director & Founding Principal | Pittsburgh

Brokerage: Landlord Representation

At Colliers International | Pittsburgh, we build real estate strategies that pay dividends year after year. Our team works as a business partner to structure financially prudent contracts and transactions that compliment your business strategies. Our market expertise helps clients to:

> Understand unique needs as an extension of the corporate real estate organization or as a total outsourced solution

> Complement the core business strategy, bring expertise in your industry or assist with a new market or special asset type

> Manage complex geographic, logistical and market-driven demands to create a competitive advantage

> Drive scenario planning and make recommendations that maximize the value of property assets

Brokerage: Landlord Representation

Our brokerage teams who work on behalf of property owners and landlords do more than searching and signing tenants. They create the strategic backbone of a property marketing cycle that positions the property in the marketplace and secures the right tenants, building value to support the landlord’s ownership goals.

These are six key aspects we consider when representing landlords and owners:

1. Know your competitive set. We compare leasing performance with multiple competitors to evaluate our strategies and success.

2. Positioning matters. We elevate your building’s stature by defining and cultivating its unique amenities.

3. Never miss a prospect. From property tours to test-fit space planning to lease negotiations, our continuous feedback loop raises the bar in marketing.

4. Mix well. Form into clusters. We build the best tenant mix or industry cluster that fosters tenant collaboration and synergy.

5. Minimize risk. We structure a lease with the right security measures—credit rating, market dynamics and business history—to protect your investment.

6. Today’s lease has a ripple effect on tomorrow’s investment. A long-term view minimizes lease expirations, reduces turnover and plans for capital improvements.

National expertise

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