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Mark McClung

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About

Professional Summary

Mark joined Colliers International in 2011 after ten years with Cushman & Wakefield. Mark started his commercial real estate career after graduating from the University of Oregon. 

 

Mark specializes in industrial and flex transactions in the Portland Metropolitan Area, with experience in the BTS process, investment sales, land disposition/ acquisition and institutional agency work.

Accomplishments

·   Since 2002, Mark completed transactions worth over $100,000,000 in aggregate value.

·   In 2006, 2008, and 2009, Mark earned the Cushman & Wakefield Deal of the Year Award.

·   In 2008, Mark was recognized as one of the Top 5 Revenue Producing Brokers at Cushman & Wakefield of Oregon.

Education

University of Oregon, Bachelor of Science

Clients

Brokerage

Services

Service Lines

Capital Markets, Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation

Property Type

Industrial

Featured Research

Oct 13, 2021

2021 Q3 Portland Industrial Market Report

Portland’s lack of available industrial land continues to push market activity to the fringe of the metropolitan area. The lone delivery this quarter is a 90,000 square foot owner-user warehouse in Canby, Oregon, which is 30 minutes south and east, but still strategically close to the ever-important I-5 Corridor. With 2020’s above average new supply (more than 3.5 million square feet of new industrial space) being occupied, vacancy is beginning to turn from a high of 5.1% in the first two quarters of this year back down toward 4.0%. With limited expected deliveries this year and next, vacancy is likely to remain in this range for the foreseeable future. The largest sale by transaction value this quarter was $16.2 million, a fully leased 100,000 square foot distribution center that was sold off-market for institutional capital in the traditionally tertiary Orchards submarket. As industrial product remains a highly desirable asset for investment, buyers will have stiff competition and sticker shock as prices continue to trend upwards.
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Jul 14, 2021

2021 Q2 Portland Industrial Market Report

Small to mid-sized users across Portland’s industrial market emerged this quarter with increased confidence in the economy. Needing more stability to make leasing decisions than large users, who have more capital to weather uncertain times, these end-users are beginning to sign leases for space that will occupy later this year and early 2022. Low-interest rates are also encouraging owner-user deals, as operators look to maximize the value of real estate. For example, Composites One, a composites materials distributor, built a 72,000 square foot warehouse in Clark County and is offering a portion of the space they will not need to a tenant. At the larger end of the spectrum, e-commerce drives demand that close-in submarkets cannot fulfill, meaning Portland continues to expand south toward Salem and north toward Seattle, where more land is available for development. As available space dwindles throughout the next six to twelve months, rents will continue to push upwards, creating value for owners in the market and challenges for companies looking to take space.
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Apr 21, 2021

Q1 Portland Industrial Market Report

Portland continues to see significant attention from primary drivers of households during the pandemic: alcohol, pets, and home improvement. Absorption for the Portland market was slightly positive this quarter, standing at 63,000 sq. ft. at the end of Q1.
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