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Mallory Wayne | Colliers | Phoenix

Mallory Wayne

Associate l Industrial Properties

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Professional Summary

Mallory Wayne is an associate with Colliers, specializing in the sale and lease of industrial facilities; land sales to developers and users; build-to-suit facilities for sale or lease; and the sale of single and multi-tenant industrial facilities (investment properties).

She is a member of the top-producing industrial team of Paul Sieczkowski, senior executive vice president, who has over 34 years of experience in the Phoenix area; and Justin Sieczkowski, senior associate.

Mallory’s specialized market knowledge of industrial real estate, coupled with a comprehensive portfolio of services and the support of an experienced team, enables her to confidently meet her clients’ requirements. She advances their business objectives and guides them towards strategic real estate decisions, while minimizing risk and maximizing returns.

As a skilled negotiator, Mallory quickly grasps the challenges in any situation and identifies and executes solutions. She is very focused, with an instinctive ability to understand and target the needs of her clients. Mallory excels at business development, strategic planning and building strong client relationships.

Committed to being highly accessible and accountable and providing superior service, Mallory’s goal is to always exceed her clients’ expectations and provide a complete and cohesive experience that aligns with their real estate objectives. Her confidence and caliber of character give clients a sense of security and trust. She is respectful, genuine, positive and enthusiastic.

Prior to joining Colliers, Mallory was complex associate director of sales for The Talbott Hotel and Thompson Chicago with Pivot Hotels & Resorts in Chicago. In her role, she was responsible for total account management for the corporate, luxury and consortia travel accounts, increasing the revenue index by +12 and growing consortia revenue by 4 percent. Mallory drove repeat business through trade shows, sales blitzes and promotional events.

Previously, Mallory was area business travel sales manager for four hospitality properties: Chicago Athletic Association, Thompson Chicago, Hotel Lincoln and The Talbott Hotel. She focused on local, tech, bank and retail for all global accounts for all hotels, achieving a record year for Chicago Athletic Association in those segments.

Her background also includes serving as account manager for business travel for The Westin Michigan Avenue in Chicago, where she solicited new and existing accounts, meeting and exceeding revenue goals.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Tourism Development and Management, Arizona State University

Memberships & Involvements

  • NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI)
  • Arizona Professional Networkers
  • Make-a-Wish Foundation
  • Phoenix Rescue Mission

Services

Skills

Land Sales

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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Featured Research

Apr 16, 2021

2021 Q1 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report

The Greater Phoenix industrial market for Q1 2021 saw rental rates continue to climb, increasing over 8% year-over-year. Vacancy decreased 80 bps over-the-quarter, while delivering 2.9 MSF, illustrating very strong tenant activity. Product under construction has reach an all-time high and more is in the pipeline.
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Jan 15, 2021

2020 Q4 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report

The Greater Phoenix industrial market ended the year with the highest YTD absorption ever witnessed at 13.9 MSF, with net absorption exceeding 7 MSF in the fourth quarter. Under construction decreased 2.2 MSF feet from third quarter to 7 MSF. We delivered 6.5 MSF of new product in Q4.
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Featured News

Apr 20, 2021

Construction of industrial space in Phoenix hits record levels

The Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market maintained a record-breaking pace during first quarter of 2021, according to Colliers’ first quarter report. Construction activity reached an all-time high level, while momentum of net absorption indicates this year will easily outperform 2020.
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Jan 19, 2021

2020 marks best year for industrial market in Phoenix history

The Greater Phoenix industrial market posted 13.9 MSF net absorption in 2020, the largest in its history, of which 7 MSF were absorbed in Q4. A remarkable 6.5 MSF of new industrial space came online in Q4. Direct vacancy dropped to 7.4%. Land sales of 10-plus acre parcels soared to its highest volume since 2015.
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