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Andrew Jameson | Colliers | Columbus

Andrew Jameson

SIOR, CCIM

Senior Executive Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Andrew Jameson has 25 years of experience in the sales and leasing of office space as well as investment sales and tenant representation. Andrew’s primary focus has been in the Columbus suburban and downtown office market. Through creativity, efficiency and extreme persistence, Andrew simply gets results for clients.  His work ethic has led to being awarded virtually every year Co-Star Power broker award, Columbus Board of Realtors – Top 10 producers, and even Colliers national awards (top 5% in the country in production).

Accomplishments

•    Columbus Power Broker Award (Leasing and Sales), virtually every year
•    Columbus Board of Realtors “Top Producer” Award in 2005, 2007, 2009-2011, & 2013-2019
•    Columbus Board of Realtors “Most Co-op Transactions” Award in 2016-2019
•    “Everest Award” winner - given to the Top Producer in Colliers International Columbus office (top 5% nationally) virtually every year
•    Society of Industrial and Office Realtors
(SIOR) designation
•    Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation & scholarship award recipient
•    2007 & 2009 Grubb & Ellis National “Circle of Excellence” Award, this award goes to the top 3-5% nationally
•    Colliers | Ohio Top Producer (Top Producer in Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus & Dayton) 2012-2018
•    2013 Inductee to Midwest Real Estate Hall of Fame

Education

B.S. in Business Administration, Real Estate and Urban Analysis, The Ohio State University

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR, CCIM

Clients

The Ohio State University, CenturyLink, IBM, State Farm Insurance, Morgan Stanley, Hanover Insurance, Floyd Browne Group, Interstate Gas Supply (IGS), Mitsubishi, JP Morgan Chase, Sun Life of Canada, Mettler Toledo, OhioHealth, Kirco, SVN Equities, Talcott Realty Investors, American National Insurance Company (ANICO), Friedman Real Estate Corporation, OMNI Property Companies, Real Estate Capital Partners, Red Capital Group, Veeam Software, Alidade Capital/Geoff Langdon, Lextant, HPI Real Estate Services, IMC Development, Group RMC

Testimonials

RECENT MAJOR LEASE TRANSACTIONS:
•    JP Morgan Chase - Data Center: 12 year lease term, $43,360,835 lease value
•    CenturyLink (formerly Qwest) - 10 year lease term, 197,111 SF, $42,256,000 lease value
•    Aetna:   162,357 SF,  6.5 year lease term,  $18,155,000 lease value
•    Thirty-One Gifts: 669,000 SF office/distribution center in Columbus, OH
•    LabCorp:   53 Leases,  3-5 year lease terms,  $9,842,000 lease value
•    Mettler Toledo:   77,581 SF,  7 year lease term,  $8,906,000 lease value
•    Nationwide Children’s Hospital:   28,071 SF, 11.4 year lease term, $7,227,159 lease value
•    Hylant Group:   18,791 SF, 10 year lease term, $4,339,500 lease value
•    OhioHealth: 36,297 SF, 8.5 year lease term, $5,043,000 lease value
•    Design Group:   23,606 SF, 10 year lease term, $5,765,529 lease value
•    Shremshock Architects: 36,000 SF, 5 year lease term, $44,600,000 lease value
•    MedComm:  32,285 SF, 7 year lease term, $5,228,206 lease value
•    Pearson Education:  37,811 SF, 5 year lease term,  $4,250,713 lease value
•    Ashland LLC:  49,723 SF,  10 year lease term, $12,198,171 lease value
•    Equitas Health:  38,302 SF,  10 year lease term, $6,777,922 lease value
•    Nexeo: 123,831 SF expansion and renewal, 10 year lease term, $27,748,911 lease value
•    Community Choice Financial: 54,777 SF, 10 year lease term, $10,137,034 lease volume
•    Ohio Living:  24,056 SF, 10 year lease term, $5,292,680 lease value
•    G2O: 39,817 SF, 10 year lease term, $9,813,065 lease value
•    SS&C: 27,250 SF, 7 year lease term, $4,187,757 lease value

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office

My Team

Featured Research

Mar 31, 2021

2021 Q1 Office Trends Columbus Colliers

The Columbus office market continues to be impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, posting negative net absorption of 351,686 square feet and vacancy of 11.8 percent this quarter. A majority of this can be attributed to the 700,000+ square feet of sublease space that has been added to the market over the past year. On a positive note, development remains high with 1.4 million square feet underway and tenant demand is picking up. There was 355,000 square feet of new leasing activity this quarter, compared to 214,000 square feet last quarter, signifying that the office market is beginning to rebound.
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Jan 4, 2021

2020 Q4 Office Trends Columbus Colliers

The Columbus office market continues to be impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, posting negative net absorption of 278,546 square feet this quarter. A majority of this can be attributed to a rise in sublease vacancy that has come on the market, compared to direct vacant space which has not been hit as hard thus far. The nearly 700,000 square feet of added sublease space this year has driven vacancy up to 11.2 percent in the fourth quarter. However, vacancy for direct space remains stable in comparison, increasing slightly to 9.7 percent mainly due to completed vacant speculative space added to the market. This new construction caused overall asking rates to rise to $19.56 per square foot and Class A rates to increase to $21.43 per square foot. Despite average rates not yet being affected by the pandemic, landlords are expected to slightly decrease asking rents to compete with the influx of sublease space, which could drive overall rates down in the short term. On a positive note, this quarter marks the highest office construction activity to date, with 1,603,649 square feet of projects underway. Additionally, the number of tenants looking for office space increased in the second half of the year from 98 to 121 users, indicating growing demand. Columbus can anticipate a slow but steady recovery in 2021 as the economy recovers and the office sector adapts to a post-COVID-19 world.
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Sep 30, 2020

2020 Q3 Office Trends Columbus Colliers

The Columbus office market started to feel the effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, recording negative net absorption of 664,924 square feet in the third quarter. Nearly 500,000 square feet of this can be attributed to sublease vacancy that has come on the market, compared to direct vacant space which has not significantly risen this year. This added sublease space also caused the overall vacancy rate to rise to 10.58 percent. Despite sublease vacancy increasing, direct vacancy remains stable, rising only by a quarter percentage to 9.37 percent this quarter. Overall asking rates remained steady at $19.18 per square foot, with Class A rates slightly decreasing to $21.29 per square foot. In order to compete with the large amount of sublease space, landlords are expected to slightly decrease asking rates which will consequently drive overall rates down in coming quarters. On a positive note, this quarter marks the highest construction activity since 2017, with 1,445,608 square feet of development underway. Additionally, the number of users looking for office space increased from 98 to 113 tenants in recent months, indicating an increase in tenant demand for space. As the office sector adapts to a post-COVID-19 world, Columbus can anticipate a slow recovery moving forward.
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Featured News

May 30, 2019

2019 Top Producers Award Release

Colliers International | Greater Columbus Region is proud to announce that they are home to five of the ten Top Producers at the Columbus Board of Realtors Commercial Awards.
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May 15, 2018

Hertz Investment Group Announces New Office Leasing Team for Capital Square Building

Hertz Investment Group Announces New Office Leasing Team for Capital Square Building
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