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Brandon Frank

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About

Professional Summary

Brandon Frank has more than 13 years of office brokerage experience throughout the Portland metropolitan area. Brandon holds expertise in both landlord and tenant representation and has worked with many major real estate owners on both large and small leasing assignments.

Brandon has played a role in some of the most notable Portland metro area office transactions in recent years. He was part of a team that represented the owner in the lease-up of the MachineWorks Building, a 209,000 sf Pearl District office building that delivered in 2009; tenants include Microsoft, the Indian Health Service and McCormick & Schmick’s.

Accomplishments

Brandon has been involved in the leasing and sale of nearly 600,000 sf of office and flex space valued at more than $62 million.

Education

Brandon holds a degree in communications/business from Oregon State University. He is a licensed real estate broker in Oregon.

Memberships & Involvements

Commercial Association of Brokers of Oregon and SW Washington

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation

Property Type

Office

Featured Research

Jul 9, 2021

Q2 2021 Portland Metro Office Report

Portland’s office market was buoyed by positive leasing activity news this quarter: nine leases over 25,000 sq. ft. were signed, including several renewals of major tenants in Class A towers downtown. Tenants new to Portland include Apple and Lululemon, locating in Sunset Corridor/Hillsboro and NW Close-in, respectively. With Oregon schools opening for in-person instruction this fall, there will be more reasons for people to return to working from their physical offices, spurring economic activity downtown. Overall vacancy in the CBD has surpassed 20.0% this quarter after increasing 5.6% in 4 quarters, increasing from 15.4% one year ago to 21.0% now. Rents on new construction will remain firm but concessions will continue to chip away at net effective rents until there is more demand than supply.
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Jul 9, 2021

Q2 2021 Portland Skyline Review

This review takes a look at Portland’s most iconic towers. Premier criteria are as follows: 1) greater than 20 floors; 2) average annual asking rents above $40 PSF FSG; 3) RBA greater than 300,000 SF; 4) majority of RBA is office; 5) major renovation in the last 10 years; and 6) iconic to skyline. Each property must meet four of the six criteria.
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Apr 9, 2021

Q1 2021 Portland Skyline Review

This review takes a look at Portland’s most iconic towers. Premier criteria are as follows: 1) greater than 20 floors; 2) average annual asking rents above $40 PSF FSG; 3) RBA greater than 300,000 SF; 4) majority of RBA is office; 5) major renovation in the last 10 years; and 6) iconic to skyline. Each property must meet four of the six criteria.
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