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Ben Luke

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Benjamin Luke, a Vice President  in the Colliers International Northern Virginia office, specializes in industrial leasing and land dispositions. Prior to working at Colliers, Ben worked for 3 years as a research associate on both the Atlanta and Washington, DC teams at Costar Group, a leading provider of commercial real estate information and analytic services. 

Ben began his real estate career while attending the University of Virginia, where he worked for Roy Wheeler Realty and negotiated land sales in Northern and Central Virginia from 2008 to 2011, disposing over $1.35 million in combined sales in Rappahannock and Madison Counties.

Currently, Ben works on an industrial team representing landlords and tenants in both Northern Virginia and the Interstate 81 Corridor. His territory includes the majority of the Interstate 81 Corridor from western Maryland, south through the panhandle of West Virginia and as far south as Harrisonburg, Virginia. In addition, Ben works in Northern Virginia concentrating on industrial flex and warehouse leasing.

Accomplishments

After receiving his B.A. in Political Science from UVA, Ben began work at Costar Group in June of 2011. Ben worked at Costar Group for the next 3 years in portfolio research covering markets such as Milwaukee, Atlanta and Washington, DC. In 2017, Ben received a Master's in Professional Studies from Georgetown's Real Estate Master's Program. 

Following his employment at Costar Group as a Senior Researcher, Ben joined Colliers in August of 2014 and works on an industrial team that represents both landlords and tenants. In 2017, Ben received his Masters in Real Estate from Georgetown’s School of Continuing Studies while acting as an active member of both NAIOP’s Devloping Leaders Program as well as the Shenandoah Valley Partnership.

As a top industrial leasing broker, Ben is also a 2016, 2017, and 2018 CoStar Power Broker Award winner.

Education

Ben received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia with a focus on American Government. In June  2017,  Ben recieved his  Masters in Real Estate from Georgetown's School of Continuing Studies.

Memberships & Involvements

Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in Virginia and West Virginia

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies

Virginia Maritime Association

NAIOP

SIOR

Clients

 RMR Group, Sheetz, Bowman Development, Equus Capital Partners,  Lexington Property Trust , Rialto Capital Management, Hillwood, Kinsley, Ecolab

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Land, Industrial

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Featured Research

Apr 27, 2022

North Shenandoah Valley Industrial Research Report Q1 2022

Demand for industrial space in the North Shenandoah Valley market continued during the fourth quarter totaling 378,130 square feet.
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Jan 25, 2022

North Shenandoah Valley Industrial Research Report Q4 2021

Market fundamentals remained strong in the North Shenandoah Valley industrial market. Positive demand in the market continued for the ninth consecutive quarter and asking rates increased again in the market. 2022 is setting up to be an active year for development.
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Oct 26, 2021

North Shenandoah Valley Industrial Research Report Q3 2021

The second half of 2021 saw a spike in absorption along the I-81 corridor, particularly in Washington County, Maryland and in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia. In Hagerstown, Amazon took occupancy of over 1 million square feet in NorthPoint’s project off Wesel Boulevard while Herbalife occupied 177,673 square feet in an adjacent building. Further south along the interstate in Berkeley County, West Virginia, Procter & Gamble continued to expand on their manufacturing campus and occupied an additional 400,000 square feet of distribution space in the Berkeley Business Park.
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Featured News

Aug 20, 2018

U.S. Industrial Market Spotlight: Shenandoah Valley/I-81 Corridor

The Shenandoah Valley/I-81 Corridor industrial market is transitioning from a sleepy backwater warehouse and manufacturing submarket to a true regional player in the Mid-Atlantic. The three states that comprise the market along the Interstate 81 Corridor are hitting on all cylinders.
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Feb 7, 2016

Colliers International to Market Northern Virginia Opportunity for Premier Business and Mixed Use Community

The New Phases of the Vint Hill Village Town Center presents 300 scenic acres of mixed-use development in one of Northern Virginia’s Fastest Growing Counties
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