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David Calcanis

Executive Vice President

License # 439774

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Professional Summary

David Calcanis is the managing director of land services at Colliers International in Central Florida. He has more than 35 years of market knowledge and land brokerage experience.

Prior to joining Colliers International, Calcanis served as the senior director of land brokerage services at Cushman & Wakefield. Throughout his career, he has brokered more than $150,000 million in land sales with a total volume exceeding 700 acres throughout Central Florida. He focuses on principal representation in the acquisition and disposition of office, industrial, retail and agricultural land properties. His specialties include commercial real estate transactions and consulting services in strategic land planning in areas of urban, suburban and rural settings.

Calcanis utilizes his extensive background in land use analysis and comprehensive market research to effectively present the most comprehensive and useful information to his clients. Although he specializes in Orlando and surrounding submarkets, he has closed numerous transactions throughout the State of Florida.


2008-2011 Prestigious NAIOP Top Producer Award


Licensed Member, Florida Real Estate Broker Associate

Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, Florida Southern College

Memberships & Involvements

International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)


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Featured News

Jan 31, 2023

Multifamily developers buy land in Kissimmee for $10.4 million

Colliers’ David Calcanis represents Saxon Partners in selling 10.68 acres in Central Florida’s Medical Arts District for a high-end apartment community
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Mar 24, 2017

Senior-level land sales broker joins Colliers International Central Florida

Senior commercial real estate broker David Calcanis has joined Colliers International Central Florida as Managing Director of Land Services.
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