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Michael McGugan

Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary

Mike McGugan, a Senior Vice President at Colliers International in the Northern Virginia office, has more than 30 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. Mike specializes in leasing and investment transactions for office, industrial/flex and land properties located in the major Maryland markets and along the I-81 Corridor. 

As a member of the Colliers International Industrial Practice Group, Mike works with a global Colliers team, as well as a host of engineers, consultants, designers and other industry experts, to address the specialized demands of the international supply chain and shipping industry.

Mike is a licensed broker in Maryland and Virginia.  Prior to joining Colliers, he was a Senior Vice President at Grubb & Ellis for 10 years.  Before joining Grubb & Ellis, Mike founded Citadel Properties, a full-service leasing, investment and construction real estate company. 

Mike graduated from the University of Virginia (UVA) in Charlottesville, earning both a B.A. and M.ED. He attended UVA on a football scholarship and was a four-year member of the varsity football team. 

Accomplishments

Mike has won multiple CoStar Power Broker awards.

Education

University of Virginia; B.A. and M.ED 

Services

Skills

Investment Properties, Land Sales, Warehouses

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Land, Office

Featured Research

Oct 26, 2020

Q3 2020 Baltimore Industrial Report Colliers

The Baltimore/BWI industrial market topped 2.7 million square feet of absorption during the third quarter of the year, even as COVID-19 continued to further impact the economy.
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Jan 17, 2020

Q2 2020 Baltimore Industrial Report Colliers

After a strong first quarter where demand registered over 3 million square feet, 495,455 square feet was returned to the market this quarter. While not as impacted as the office market this drop was likely do to COVID-19 repercussions.
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