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Billy Powers


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Professional Summary

Billy Powers specializes in industrial advisory with a focus on larger distribution facilities.  He works with owners and landlords to lease and sell their real estate assets.

Prior to joining Colliers, Billy has had extensive experience in servicing high value clients in the supply chain and distribution industries. His responsibilities ranged from design solutions to multi-phase project installations and implementations. Billy has worked with hundreds of clients to develop custom solutions totaling over $100 million in material handling equipment and packaging supplies. This experience provided a front-row seat understanding of the supply chain users and their facility challenges & requirements. 

Billy is a graduate of Wabash College with a major in Economics. At Wabash, he was very active in both campus organizations and competitive sports, including the Mens Basketball and Volleyball Teams. He and his wife and their three children enjoy experiencing new adventures.


Community Involvement
•    Cathedral H.S. Alumni Association
•    All Pro Dads - Dad's Day
•    Indianapolis Association of Wabash Men
•    Penrod Society
•    CYO Boys Basketball Coach
•    Society of St. Vincent de Paul


B.S.  Economics

Wabash College - Crawfordsville, Indiana

Memberships & Involvements

Indy Chamber
Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
Indy R.E.A.L. (Real Estate Ascending Leaders)


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type


Featured Research

May 5, 2022

Record-Low Vacancy and Absorption Lead to Historic Construction Levels

Q1 2022 | The growing demand for big-box users is boosting Indianapolis industrial market fundamentals. New leasing activity totaled 23.5 MSF in 2021 with another 4.7 MSF in 22Q1, when the market achieved 3.2 MSF in direct occupancy gains. The vacancy rate decreased to 3.67%, a new record low, and the new construction pipeline is larger than ever as developers continue to expand the boundaries of the traditional industrial footprint.
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Jan 28, 2022

Q4 2021 | Outsized Occupier Demand Triggers Record Market Growth

Despite ongoing supply and labor shortages, inflationary concerns and other factors triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the industrial sector remains red hot. The growing demand for e-commerce, third-party logistics providers and big-box industrial real estate is boosting Indianapolis industrial market fundamentals
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Nov 5, 2021

Q3 2021 | Unprecedented Industrial Demand Outpacing Supply

The market vacancy rate ended 21Q3 at 3.7%, which is the lowest in more than a decade. A record amount of new construction is currently underway to keep up with this lack of supply and unprecedented user demand. Developers continue to expand the boundaries of the traditional industrial footprint by purchasing land to develop in virtually every direction.
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Featured News

Feb 1, 2022

Sale of 1.12 MSF Light Industrial Portfolio

The highly sought after transaction represents the largest light industrial portfolio trade in Indianapolis over the past five years.
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