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Stela Dhami

MBA, LEED Green Associate

Managing Director

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Professional Summary

Stela joined Colliers in August 2007 as a Key Account Consultant with primary account management responsibility of City Park, the first international style shopping center in Albania. This shopping center of 40,000 GLA opened in late December 2009 and currently houses anchors such as Mercator as the supermarket and Euronics as the electronics anchor, Intersport as the leading sportsware tenant, and a children’s entertainment area. Stela was able to facilitate the entrance of these international tenants to the Albanian market for the first time during the global financial crisis. 

Stela was promoted to General Manager of the Tirana/Albania team in October of 2007. She has been in this role until March of 2011 when she was promoted to Managing Director of the Albanian office. In her day to day work Stela is responsible for client and business management as well as overall management of staff and the office covering areas of finance, HR, and marketing. She is the leader of the Albanian office and is responsible for the business growth of Colliers in Albania.  Stela was promoted to Managing Partner in May 2013, a role which she holds to date.  


Establishing and managing the Colliers Albania office for the last eight years, bringing retailers such as Mercator, Intersport, Aftershock, Little Buddha, World of Accessories for the first time in Albania. Signing a long term contract with Lindner, the developer of the first business park of international standards in Albania.

Signing a one year cross border valuation assignment with the Albanian Power Corporation for the valuation of its real estate and non real estate assets.

Representing large corporations and assisting them with all their real estate needs in the Albanian and Kosovan market.  


MBA in Finance from University of Portland, Portland, Oregon, 2006.  

BA in Economics from Reed College, Portland, Oregon, 2003.

Memberships & Involvements

ICSC, American Chamber of Commerce in Albania, Foreign Investors Association in Albania, U.S. Green Building Council


Mercator, Intersport, Euronics, Linder, KESH, Aftershock, Little Buddha, World of Accessories, Abbot Labs, Glaxo Smith Kline, 3 M, Money Back, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Raiffeisen Bank, EOS Matrix,  Xerox, Philip Morris International, Sanofi Adventis, Teleperformance, Tirana Bank etc.




Service Lines

Corporate Solutions, Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office, Retail, Multifamily-Apartment, Hotel


Hotels, Office Services, Residential

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