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John Colyar | Colliers | Silicon Valley

John Colyar

Senior Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

John Colyar is a Senior Vice President in the Colliers Silicon Valley office. John partners with Colliers Silicon Valley Agency Services  to provide real estate advisory to a wide range of institutional owners, developers, and technology companies in the Silicon Valley. John's extensive experience working with high growth startups to  global corporations provides a value service line to both Landlord operators and Tenants in developing a tailored real estate strategy to  meet their needs.   

John joined Colliers International in 2012 after competing domestically and internationally as a professional golfer, upon graduation from Santa Clara University. While at Santa Clara, John was a two time all West Coast Conference selection and Team Captain of the nationally ranked men’s golf team.  Professionally, John spent six years competing on the Canadian, Korn Ferry, and South African tours.  

John took his leadership skill, discipline, and work ethic to Colliers International following his professional golf career. 

Community Involvement 

John is actively connected with Santa Clara University, and the Michael J. Fox Foundation. At Santa Clara, he is a Bronco Bench Trustee and was involved in the inception of Santa Clara University’s Mentorship Program. This program partners existing Santa Clara student athletes with Silicon Valley professionals, in a mentorship relationship, to prepare for life after college.

 

PERSONAL 

John resides in Willow Glen with his wife Jessica, and daughter Claire.   

 

Accomplishments

Colliers Silicon Valley Top Performer - 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021

 

Education

BA Santa Clara University

Memberships & Involvements

ASVB

Corenet 

Bronco Bench Board of Trustees

Santa Clara University Mentorship Program 

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

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