Senior Managing Director
License # 8339815
Doug Twyman works out of both the Woodbridge and Princeton, New Jersey offices of Colliers International as a Senior Managing Director. With more than 30 years experience providing commercial real estate brokerage and advisory services. Doug’s focus will be specializing in the leasing and sale of office and flex/lab properties for both landlords and tenants. Doug’s utilization of communication, analytical and negotiating skills provide superior service to his clients.
Mr. Twyman originally joined Colliers International in 1984, where he built a strong portfolio for over 20 years, completing an excess of 1,000 transactions, totaling over 7,000,000 square feet with aggregate values of $550,000,000. Companies that he has provided real estate services to include Chase Manhattan Bank, 3Com, Johnson & Johnson, JP Morgan Chase, AT&T, General Motors Worldwide Real Estate and Aramark, Nokia, Lightriver Software just to name a few.
With his many years in real estate comes a long list of notable accomplishments. Doug has chosen as one of the “Top 40 Under 40” business leaders by NJ Biz, he has been the Chairman of both the Admissions and New Membership Committees for the New Jersey Chapter of SIOR, as well as a past president. Doug is an active member in many business organization including SIOR, IOREBA, NAIOP, New Jersey Technology Council, Economic Development Association of New Jersey and Christian Brothers Academy Alumni Association.
Doug graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science in Economics. Additionally he has taken continuing education courses at New York Univerity and other institutions in real estate, sales, marketing and other business specializations.
Memberships & Involvements
SIOR, IOREBA, NAIOP, ULI, USGBC, New Jersey Technology Council, Christian Brothers Academy Alumni Association, New York Road Runners, Monmouth Ocean Development Council
Nokia, New Jersey Natural Gas, Lightriver Software, CentraState Healthcare, United Way, Momentum Solar, Johnson & Johnson