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Nathan Karrick | Colliers | Minneapolis - St. Paul

Nathan Karrick

Vice President

License # 40260684

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About

Professional Summary

As a Senior Associate in the Office Brokerage division of Colliers International | Minneapolis-St. Paul, I specialize in providing quality leasing and sales services to commercial tenants, owners and investors in the Twin Cities suburban office markets.

I first joined Colliers as a Research Coordinator where I developed a deep understanding of the Minneapolis-St. Paul commercial real estate industry. This invaluable experience has cultivated a well-rounded knowledge of the Twin Cities markets and the complexities of commercial transactions.

Clients count on my comprehensive assessments and market knowledge to ensure smooth and favorable transactions. I monitor individual space availability along with market rents, absorption, and vacancy trends, and use this information to aid my clients in making informed real estate decisions.

Education

Master of Science, Geography, Mankato State University

Real Estate License, State of Minnesota

Memberships & Involvements

MNCAR

Services

Service Lines

Capital Markets, Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Office

Featured Research

Jan 6, 2023

Minneapolis St Paul Office Market Report Q4 2022

The True Cost of WFH - Declining Building Revenue May Shift Tax Liability to Homeowners
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Nov 1, 2022

Minneapolis St Paul Office Market Report Q3 2022

Since the onset of the pandemic, most employers took a wait-and-see strategy hoping time would yield clarity.
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Jul 15, 2022

Q2 2022 Office Market Report Minneapolis St Paul

Overall, during the second quarter, the market witnessed a decline in demand with the exception of premier Class A space. Newly built, newly renovated or spec suite spaces account for virtually all new leasing. Smaller users still are dominating activity while larger users continue to right size as they renew. Overall the Twin Cities office market saw nearly a half million square feet of negative absorption.
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