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Matt McGrady | Colliers | Indianapolis

Matt McGrady

SIOR

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Matt McGrady, SIOR specializes in industrial projects of all types.  Matt has completed hundreds of projects totaling $80+ million in volume, around the Indianapolis MSA and many other industrial markets across the U.S. 

Previously, Matt spent 3 years with Lauth Property Group where he gained valuable experience in real estate construction and development. As Director of National Facilities, under the Office and Industrial umbrella, he was responsible for business development in a third party construction and build-to-suit capacity. This included the marketing and leasing of speculative industrial development around the U.S. and underwriting the investments of office and industrial development projects.

Matt has earned numerous performance awards including: NAIOP Indiana Best Industrial Transaction, Peak Performance – Brokerage for Colliers Indianapolis, and a 3-time recipient of Largest Transaction award for the Colliers Indianapolis office. 

In addition to his invaluable experience in construction and development of commercial property, Matt also brings a high level of energy and enthusiasm toward marketing his clients’ projects. He applies a can-do, think-outside-the-box style that yields innovative real estate solutions.

Accomplishments

•   Recipient.  Best Industrial Project – Indiana, NAIOP  2016
•    Recipient.  Peak Performance Award –  Brokerage, Colliers Indianapolis  2016
•    Recipient.  Largest Transaction Award, Colliers Indianapolis   2018, 2016, 2014​
•   Member.  Society of Industrial and Office  (SIOR​)
•    Past President.  Local Chapter, Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
•    Recipient.  Duke Realty, Top Brokers - Industrial  2012
•    Recipient.  CoStar Group.  Indianapolis Power Broker  2009
•    Member.  International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA)

Community Involvement
•    Volunteer.  Habitat for Humanity
•    Volunteer.  Wheeler Mission
•    Volunteer.  Second Helpings

Education

B.S. Hospitality & Tourism Management  
Purdue University

Indiana Real Estate Broker License

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR, CSCMP, IWLA, ICBR, IAR, NAR

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial

Featured Research

Aug 9, 2022

Record Tenant Demand Driving New Construction Wave

Q2 2022 — New leasing activity surged in 22Q2 and is expected to set records for a second consecutive year. Developers are acquiring land and building speculative projects at a historic pace to keep up with demand.
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May 5, 2022

Record-Low Vacancy and Absorption Lead to Historic Construction Levels

Q1 2022 | The growing demand for big-box users is boosting Indianapolis industrial market fundamentals. New leasing activity totaled 23.5 MSF in 2021 with another 4.7 MSF in 22Q1, when the market achieved 3.2 MSF in direct occupancy gains. The vacancy rate decreased to 3.67%, a new record low, and the new construction pipeline is larger than ever as developers continue to expand the boundaries of the traditional industrial footprint.
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Jan 28, 2022

Q4 2021 | Outsized Occupier Demand Triggers Record Market Growth

Despite ongoing supply and labor shortages, inflationary concerns and other factors triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the industrial sector remains red hot. The growing demand for e-commerce, third-party logistics providers and big-box industrial real estate is boosting Indianapolis industrial market fundamentals
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Featured News

Apr 24, 2017

Sale of IU Health Integrated Service Center

This newly developed facility represents the most sophisticated hospital run supply chain operation in the nation.
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Mar 4, 2017

NAIOP 2016 Best Industrial Transaction

The facility establishes a new standard for hospital warehousing, and is set to be one of the most sophisticated hospital-run supply chain in the U.S.
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