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Michael Sweeney | Colliers | Orlando

Michael Sweeney

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About

Professional Summary

A life long resident of central Florida, Michael initially began his career in the office sector. He developed industry specialties in insurance, telecommunication related firms and corporate facilities. In 2004 his career path began to shift towards retail and he specialized in outparcel site selection primarily for financial institutions. He is known for his in-depth market information including tracking retail availabilities and inventory, rental rates, and land sales comparables. His responsibilities include tenant representation, property acquisition and dispositions.

Michael began his career as an Associate at Park Avenue Leasing & Management in 1991. After a brief tenure he left Park Avenue to join Andrew McCaw & Associates. Mr. Sweeney later became a Senior Leasing Associate for Commercial First Properties in 1993. He was instrumental in the growth of Commercial First Properties, which was acquired by Carter & Associates, then merged with Grubb & Ellis in 1998 where he became the top producer in 2003. He joined the Colliers team as a Retail Specialist in February 2008 and continues to help clients solve their real estate issues.

Accomplishments

He is known for his in-depth market information including tracking retail availabilities and inventory, rental rates, and land sales comparables. His responsibilities include tenant representation, property acquisition and disposition.

 

• Boos Development 
• Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
 

Education

Bachelor of Science – Florida State University in Tallahassee
Licensed Real Estate Broker

Clients

Patriot Equities, Wells Fargo, Equinox Development Properties, Boos Development 

Services

Service Lines

Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation

Property Type

Office, Retail, Land

Featured Research

Aug 4, 2021

Q2 2021 Central Florida Retail Market Report

In this current market environment, some retailers took the opportunity to expand in their current space, renovate and adapt to new market standards or relocated to ‘A’ locations that were not available pre-pandemic.
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May 4, 2021

Q1 2021 Central Florida Retail Market Report

Retailers found it difficult to backfill open positions with the qualified workers needed to support increasing demand.
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Nov 10, 2020

Noticeable Demand Returning

After three consecutive quarters of negative absorption, the Central Florida retail market bounced back. The start of the third quarter of 2020 nearly paralleled the activity experienced during the second quarter, with retailers remaining hesitant to reopen, minimal tours or sales occurring and consumers weary of the unknown climate created by the pandemic. As COVID 19 related government restrictions began to ease, a noticeable acceleration of activity, by tenants and investors, shined through as the quarter progressed.
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