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Isabella Day

Research Analyst

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Professional Summary

Isabella Day is a skilled real estate professional based in the San Francisco area as a Research Analyst for Colliers International. She has prior experience as a  Junior Project Manager for a senior housing developer located in Portland, Oregon. As a Project Manager, she worked on several senior housing ground-up developments, expansions and capital improvement projects throughout the United States. Prior to her role  as a Junior Project Manager, she interned for multiple architecture offices  located in Phoenix, Arizona.  Isabella joined Colliers in October of 2021 and is looking forward to expanding her skills, building her industry connections and gaining insights into the San Francisco market. 


Isabella Day has publications in the  2021 Winter and Spring quarterly reports for the Portland State Center for Real Estate, focusing on Inclusionary Housing regulations in  Portland and Seattle. Prior to obtaining her MRED degree, Isabella received her Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University where she participated in several design competitons and was 1 of 5  students in her year nominated for the Design Excellence Award upon graduation. 


Isabella Day has a Masters in Real Estate Development from Portland State University. Prior to her matriculation to Portland State, she received her Bachelor of Architecture from Pennsylvania State University along with  her minor in Environmental Inquiry focusing on energy resources. She has an interest in all areas of the built environment and furthering her knowledge as a research professional in the San Francisco market.  

Memberships & Involvements

Isabella Day is a Pennsylvania State University and Portland State University Alum and affliated within the Alum organizations of each university. She is a former member of NCARB and Portland State's CRE organization. She  hopes to engage further in the San Francisco area by joining other organizations within the  market. 

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Jan 10, 2022

2021 Q4 San Francisco Market Research Report

Flattening the Vacancy and Net Absorption Curves - There is optimism that absorption will continue to rise; tempered by market sentiment that vacancy and rents will remain flat in the first quarter of 2022.
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