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Franklin Wallach | Colliers | New York

Franklin Wallach

Executive Managing Director

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About

Professional Summary

Franklin Wallach is an Executive Managing Director, Research & Business Development at Colliers.  Franklin's role includes a focus on quarterly and monthly trends within the Manhattan and Brooklyn office markets while using multiple databases and maintaining contacts within the industry in order to provide in-depth market analysis to brokers and clients.

Franklin reports on the office market on a monthly and quarterly basis through analytical reports as well as presentations to tenants, landlords and the press. Data analyzed by Franklin includes: average asking rents, availability rates, concessions, absorption, tenants in the market, leasing activity, construction and future tenant demand. Franklin has been quoted by numerous periodicals including The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Franklin’s expertise in synthesizing data into important, poignant and understandable observations has led him to be a key ingredient on a number of wins over the years. He has also parlayed this skill into offering strategic advisory on existing assignments as well as creative planning for business development pursuits and opportunities. Franklin's business development role enables him to formally assist the Colliers' brokerage practice in the pursuit, development and execution of new business.
 

Accomplishments

Recipient of the "Colliers One" Award | 2018

Education

Certificate, Real Estate Finance - Baruch College

M.A.T., Adolescent Education/Social Sciences - University of Tampa

B.A., History - Adelphi University

Memberships & Involvements

Franklin is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Association (D-LMA).

Services

Service Lines

Research

Property Type

Office

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