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Mark Triska | Colliers | Pleasanton

Mark Triska


Executive Vice President

License # CA-01012779

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Professional Summary

Mark Triska has excelled in representing commercial real estate clients since 1989. During his career, Mr. Triska has specialized in the sale and leasing of industrial, R&D, office, retail, land, and investments in the San Francisco East Bay Area. Since 1989, his lease transactions totalled over 4.0 million square feet of space and the value of land and commercial property sales reached over $1 billion.Mr. Triska believes in building relationships with clients and will take the time to fully understand their needs and desires. His experience in the market and the relationships he has developed gives Mr. Triska first-hand knowledge of political climates, assessment and water districts, traffic mitigation plans and other seemingly small things that can influence a deal. In summary, Mr. Triska has many of the necessary qualifications when representing each client.


MBA Graduate School of Management, UCLA, 1984, emphasis in marketing, finance, and management information systems.
BA, Economics, Stanford University, 1979
Secondary emphasis in Industrial Engineering
BPC, Hecht and Associates, 2002‚Äč

Memberships & Involvements

  • Board Member and Business Innovation Committee Co-Chair, Innovation TriValley
  • Board Member and Land Conservation Committee Chair, TriValley Conservancy 
  • Past President and Board Member Livermore Valley Winegrowers Association
  • Past President and Board Member Livermore and Pleasanton Chambers of Commerce
  • Stanford and UCLA Alumni Associations
  • East Bay Brokers Association
  • Toastmasters International 
  • Beta Theta Pi Fraternity
  • Livermore Fly Fishers 
  • NAIOP 
  • SIOR



Consultancy Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Office, Retail, Land

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Featured Research

Jan 24, 2023

Pleasanton Industrial Market Research Report Q4 2022

Low Vacancies and Peak Asking Rates - The Tri-Valley industrial market has not witnessed a remarkably low vacancy of 2.3 percent since early 2018.
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Oct 14, 2022

Pleasanton Industrial Market Research Report Q3 2022

Vacancy Decreases As Asking Rates Surge - As the vacancy gap continues to narrow, the third quarter reported a net occupancy gain of 107,373 square feet.
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Jul 14, 2022

2022 Q2 Pleasanton/Tri-Valley Industrial Market Research Report

Continued Demand Narrows Vacancy Gap - As activity levels increased, overall average asking rates continued to push upward
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