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Alan Feldshue | Colliers | Clearwater

Alan Feldshue

Executive Managing Director, Office Services

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About

Professional Summary

Alan is the Executive Managing Director of Office Services in Pinellas County, Florida, and has been associated with Colliers since 1994,  specializing in landlord and tenant representation. With over 40 years of experience in commercial real estate, Alan’s expertise includes the sale and lease of  office and flex space, property management, market analysis, and working with local government to finalize building development issues.

Accomplishments

Alan has produced over $875 million in completed transactions, including $165 million since 2019, and has represented buildings encompassing 13 million square feet.  His representation of tenants and property owners includes AmeriLife, Transamerica, Zhone Technologies, Fairwarning,  Prologis, Grosvenor, Equity Office, Melitta, the State of Florida, Tech Data, Cantor Funds, and Apollo Global Management.  Alan has also completed lease transactions with Bank of America, EmCare, McKesson, Pinellas County, Wells Fargo Advisors, TD Bank, Bankers Life, Malwarebytes, DaVita, BayCare, Ameriprise, GSA, General Dynamics and many, many more.

Education

  • Ohio State University,
  • Columbus State University, real estate technical training
  • Course work and seminars involving real estate law, real estate finance, marketing and project development

Memberships & Involvements

  • Dunedin Fine Arts Center
  • Habitat for Humanity, Pinellas County

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation

Property Type

Office

Featured Research

May 9, 2022

Q1 2022 | Tampa Bay Office Market Report

Demand for office space in Tampa Bay remains positive as investors, owners, and tenants see long term growth in the region to continue.
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Feb 10, 2022

Q4 2021 | Tampa Bay Office Market Report

The Tampa Bay office market pushes to re-emerge from the adverse effects of the pandemic, as increased leasing activity chips away at the 2.7M sq. ft. of available sublease space on the market at yearend.
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Nov 17, 2021

Q3 2021 | Tampa Bay Retail Market Report

Tampa Bay’s retail market remained active into the second half of the year, with continued competition for space in core submarkets, especially in superior first-generation Class A properties. In addition, leasing activity remained high among national tenants and momand- pop retailers looking to grow by opening additional locations.
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