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Brian Doyle | Colliers | Minneapolis - St. Paul

Brian Doyle

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Professional Summary

With in-depth market knowledge and experience, focused on the Minneapolis and St. Paul Midway area, I evaluate corporate and institutional owners’ real estate requirements, developing strategies to sell and lease their properties.

I’ve had significant success leasing up under-performing portfolios to above-market occupancies in the St. Paul Midway area. I and my partner listed ING’s 60% occupied 18-building portfolio comprising 1,855,462 SF, and increased occupancy levels to 93% within 24 months.


In the real estate industry for over 27 years, I consistently rank among the company’s top brokerage performers. I spent my first year in commercial real estate working in construction, then moved to property management for one year before settling in industrial brokerage, where I’ve recorded over 25 years of service. In those years, I’ve completed over 1200 lease, sale, and build-to-suit transactions representing over 11 million square feet of industrial space.

Memberships & Involvements



  • Clarion Partners
  • Meritex Enterprises
  • CSM Corporation
  • Linville Properties
  • CAPP Properties
  • Acorn Development


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Featured Research

Apr 4, 2023

Minneapolis St Paul Industrial Market Report Q1 2023

Warehouse rates on the rise as speculative development slows
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Jan 6, 2023

Minneapolis St Paul Industrial Market Report Q4 2022

Amidst recession, landlords seek insulation by reverting to longer lease terms.
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Nov 1, 2022

Minneapolis St Paul Industrial Market Report Q3 2022

In recent years, forward sales of industrial developments were not uncommon. Such sales had the effect of de-risking development from traditional considerations around fluctuating interest and cap rates. Given the rising interest rate environment, forward sales will become rare in quarters ahead. This will be a headwind to some merchant developers. Some will welcome this development as a way to help cool the market while, simultaneously, it could constrain an already supply constrained market.
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