Leading the North Los Angeles office markets
The North Los Angeles Office Specialty Team specializes in representing office tenants and landlords in the North Los Angeles markets, including the San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys.
Our team has more than 25 years of combined experience in providing our clients with real-time local market knowledge and strategic advisory services that enhance value, reduce costs and manage risk.
Senior Executive Vice President
Los Angeles - Encino
Kevin Fenenbock is a Los Angeles native and has been engaged exclusively in the Los Angeles commercial office industry since 1992. With a diverse background in commercial office leasing, sales and construction, combined with real-time knowledge of the North Los Angeles office markets, Kevin provides the team’s clients with leading-edge brokerage services, insightful market intelligence and customized leasing solutions.
His mission is simple: to enable his clients – owners, occupiers, investors and developers – to make the best real estate decisions possible by providing strategic consulting and transaction services that:
- Enhance Value
- Reduce Costs
- Manage Risk
His commitment to his clients, his diverse background and skill set, his attention to detail and his passion for the real estate business have earned him long-term relationships with leaders in the development and investment communities as well as tenants in the entertainment, technology, financial, professional services, healthcare, legal and non-profit industries.
Los Angeles - Encino
Jacob Mumper is a Los Angeles native and has been actively engaged in commercial office brokerage with the team and Colliers International since 2012. Jacob's strong work ethic, along with an in-depth knowledge of the North Los Angeles office markets, creates exceptional value to the team’s clientele.
Senior Client Services Coordinator
Los Angeles - Valencia
Paula Arango has been with Colliers International and the team since 2015. She supports the team with customized reporting, marketing and office market intelligence. She actively collaborates with Colliers' corporate marketing and research departments to identify new marketing trends and leading-edge solutions for our clientele.
Providing strategic advisory services
Six steps to success
Through strategic marketing, we position each property in the marketplace and secure the right tenants to support the landlord's goals.
Demonstrated accountability. We provide a frame of reference in a competitive set of five to 10 similar buildings to compare performance and consistently evaluate our strategies.
Positioning matters. We seek to elevate your building’s stature by defining the amenities that are unlike any other.
Never miss a prospect. Our strategy identifies top prospects who are likely to pay the highest price and create the least risk, while ensuring they fully understand the building’s benefits.
Mix well. Add value. To reduce turnover and create stability, we showcase the benefits of the building, tenants and services.
Minimize risk. We begin by auditing existing lease risk and then help you target and qualify new tenants, factoring in credit rating, market dynamics and business history.
The ripple effect. We collaborate on your long-term leasing goals to reduce turnover, minimize exposure due to lease expirations, target new tenants, and plan capital improvements.
Making your lease work for you
Leases often represent milestones in the lifetime of a business, marking a significant investment of time and resources which have an impact on your business in the long term.
That’s why we strive to make your real estate work for you in three important ways:
A lease can allow nimble, strategic moves. What will your company look like in five years? Ten? Our professionals help you assess long-term factors to ensure your lease supports, rather than constrains, your business.
A lease can transform your brand. A building’s prestige or proximity to other top brands can elevate the image of your business. Choosing an energy-efficient building can bolster your brand.
A lease can boost productivity. Through careful space planning, businesses can engineer how employees interact, encouraging collaboration and creativity.
Location, location, location
However cliché this old real estate saw, three dimensions of location can radically affect your business. Our team helps you consider each to better target your optimal space.
Client location – Clients are influenced by the smallest factors, from proximity to parking. Our tenant tours help you uncover unadvertised assets—or detractors—that may sway your clients.
Resource location – All businesses must consider how ancillary services, such as printing and legal work, can be accessed from a potential location.
Employee location – Office location can be a major factor in attracting and retaining your greatest business assets—your people. Proximity to amenities such as public transportation, daycare, workout facilities and green spaces all contribute to your employer brand.
We have compiled a convenient collection of links to local, regional and national resources, providing information relevant to commercial real estate and to conducting business in our primary markets.
- CCIM/CIRE Magazine
- CoStar News
- Western Real Estate Business
- WSJ Commercial Real Estate
- Los Angeles Business Journal
- San Fernando Valley Business Journal
- Santa Clarita Valley Business Journal