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Mike Spears | Colliers | Atlanta

Mike Spears


Senior Vice President, Principal

License # 132334

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Professional Summary

Mike is a Senior Vice President of Colliers  in Atlanta with over 34 years of experience in helping clients with their portfolio as well as with, individual requirements. His primary focus is in corporate services where he integrates financial analysis and modeling. Mike helps companies develop and successfully execute their distribution, e-commerce, and supply chain real estate strategies increasing profits through cost and risk mitigation.

In the last five years, Mike has completed over 14 million square feet of transactions. These transactions are made up of  lease, sale, build-to-suit, and land acquisition for the following  represented clients Carcoustics, CRG, Crown Linen, HWC Logistics, Fortune 100 retailer, Metro Trailer, Mitsubishi, North Bay Distributions, Safelite Auto Glass , and Seefried Properties.


• Recipient of Atlanta Commercial Board Silver Phoenix Award, Top Producer 2013
• SIOR Georgia Chapter President, 2004 
• SIOR Foundation President, 2009
• Colliers USA Board of Directors, 2009-2013
• Top 10% Producer- Colliers Americas, Region 2014


Georgia Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Business Administration; Industrial Management

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR - Society of Industrial and Office Realtors


Service Lines

Tenant Representation

Property Type



Logistics and Transportation Solutions Group

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