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Huston Spencer | Colliers | Indianapolis

Huston Spencer


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Professional Summary

Huston Spencer specializes in Tenant Representation for office product within the extended Indianapolis metropolitan market, in addition to servicing multi-market clients within the Midwest. 

Huston places a priority toward devoting his time and energy toward possessing a deep knowledge of market activity and its nuances. His superior market intel creates an advantageous position when advising clients on the various aspects of real estate strategy – market trending, site analysis, financing, space planning, and lease negotiations.

Before joining Colliers, Huston achieved impressive brokerage success at another commercial real estate firm, after initially starting there as a Research Analyst. Prior to that, he worked at Impact – an IT and Cybersecurity services company – where he managed key enterprise accounts. 

In his free time, he enjoys biking, working out, and spending time with his family.

Memberships & Involvements

  • Committee Member & Volunteer.  Tour De Cure, Community Outreach Committee


Service Lines

Tenant Representation

Property Type


Featured Research

May 5, 2022

Signs of Stabilization Emerge in the Office Market

Q1 2022 | The U.S. office market is still feeling the effects of the pandemic two years after the first domestic cases of COVID-19. At the end of 2021, Indianapolis posted positive net absorption for the first time since 3Q20 but dipped into negative territory again in 22Q1. Despite this negative statistical indicator, which led to increased vacancy, signs of stabilization are emerging.
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Jan 28, 2022

Q4 2021 | Workplaces Adjust to Possibility of a New Normal

Employers have now had time to evaluate this new normal. New leasing activity grew in each quarter of 2021 as footprint decisions are made. Subleases are having less of an effect on the market. Negative absorption is slowing, and the 18.0% market vacancy rate remains below its Great Financial Crisis peak.
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Nov 5, 2021

Q3 2021 | Workplace Return Takes Back Seat to Delta Variant

After a sluggish 21Q1, leasing activity in the Indianapolis office market picked up by more than 50%. Negative absorption still increased overall vacancy, but at a slower pace, and vacancy rates remain far below their peak following the Great Financial Crisis.
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