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Bobby Stevens

Vice President

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Professional Summary

Bobby Stevens is a Vice President with Colliers International specializing in industrial real estate. He began his commercial real estate career in 2008 in the appraisal industry. He worked with The Fortis Group (later Integra Realty Resources) for 2 1/2 years, then went into residential and commercial construction, before starting at Cushman & Wakefield as an Analyst in 2016. He later moved into brokerage at C&W, until joining Rusty Bollow at Colliers in 2018. As a fourth generation commercial real estate professional in  Salt Lake County, he has a vast knowledge of the area and local clientele. 

Bobby has worked on a large variety of transactions, representing owners & landlords, as well as buyers & tenants, and developers in the market. He has experience working with diverse types of companies from specialized manufacturing, to big box distribution, to Class A office/warehouse. He has helped startup companies to find their first location, assisted multi-million dollar national companies relocating their corporate headquarters, and assisted Fortune 500 companies expand and relocate.


Memberships & Involvements

Young Professional Board Chair, CSCMP - Council of Supply Chain Management  Professionals

Steering Committe Member,  Colliers International Industrial Emerging Leaders

Member, YPSLC  - Young Professionals Salt Lake City

Foster & Volunteer, CAWS - Community Animal Welfare Society



Distribution, Distribution Centres, Land Sales, Warehouses, Land Marketing

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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May 17, 2022

Andrew Bell Joins Colliers Industrial Team

Andrew specializes in industrial assets, working with SIOR Rusty Bollow and Bobby Stevens, one of the most dynamic industrial teams along the Wasatch Front who handle millions of square feet in transactions each year.
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