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Alex Cate

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Professional Summary

Alex Cate joined Colliers International in 2020 as a research analyst working directly with the Director of Research, Loren DeFilippo. Alex will be working with advisors, third-party data sources and other members of the office to provide daily database management, conduct market analysis, and provide research and reporting for the company and Colliers | USA.

Prior to joining Colliers, Alex attended Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio where he graduated with Bachelors of Arts focusing in Political Science. While he was at Kenyon, Alex was a part of the Kenyon Men’s Basketball team and had served multiple internships in the commercial real estate world.

Alex has experience working at Realty Income Corporation, a REIT based in San Diego, California as a portfolio acquisitions analyst. He also interned at Jones Lang LaSalle with their Los Angeles Retail Capital Markets Group. His experience and knowledge in the commercial real estate industry, as well as in platforms like CoStar, Real Capital Analytics and SitesUSA, will allow his transition into the research analyst role at Colliers International to go smoothly.

Education

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Kenyon College, Gambier Ohio

Memberships & Involvements

  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)
  • Collegiate Real Estate Network

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Featured Research

Aug 27, 2021

Cincinnati Modern Bulk 21Q2 Report

The Cincinnati industrial market, year-to-date has posted 3.3 million square feet of positive net absorption, which is more than the total recorded during all of 2020. Driven by e-commerce activity, demand has consistently outpaced supply over the longer term and construction starts have accelerated in anticipation of continued robust leasing activity. The opening of Amazon’s Prime Air Hub is expected to add to the high level of interest in modern bulk logistics space in the region.
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Aug 11, 2021

Cincinnati Retail 21Q2 Report

The Greater Cincinnati retail market can best be described as stable. The market has recorded occupancy gains over the past two years and leasing activity has remained steady. Many larger transactions, though, have been focused on discounters and non-traditional users. New construction activity remains modest by historical standards and has not contributed to excess vacancy due to the delivery of projects for a single-tenant or others with significant pre-leasing activity. The conversion of retail properties to alternate uses has also reduced vacancy levels, while also contributing to steadily increasing rental rates as high vacancy, poorly located properties have been removed from the market.
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Jul 21, 2021

Dayton Office 21Q2 Report

Although vacancy is on the rise in the Dayton office market, this trend is expected to be transitory as continued demand for space from the defense sector accelerates and drives additional activity.
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Featured News

Jun 28, 2021

How a Package Gets to Your Doorstep

The Future of Logistics Real Estate
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Mar 1, 2021

PNC Economic Outlook

An overall optimistic economic outlook from PNC was the latest out of the UC Real Estate Roundtable program. Stuart G. Hoffman, a senior VP and economic advisor with PNC, gave a wide-ranging summary of where the U.S. economy stands today, which was colored by Greg Valliere, Chief U.S. Policy Strategist with AGF Investments. Not only was virtually every important aspect of the U.S. economy touched on by the two panelists, but a brief look at Cincinnati’s economic position added a helpful local anecdote. As this write-up will illustrate, the sharp recovery thus far is incredible and promising, but struggling sectors still remain, a new administration will begin its policy changes with broad economic implications, and debates have already begun about the risk of a potentially overheated economic system.
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