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Oliver de la Croix-Vaubois


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Professional Summary

Joining the Colliers International Central Florida Industrial Team in early 2019, Oliver’s primary focus has been to bolster the Team’s presence in Pinellas County while maintaining existing listings Hillsborough County. Routinely building his knowledge of the core submarkets within Pinellas, Oliver can provide up-to-date information on current availabilities, sales and lease comps, and a plethora of additional information on this unique market. Integral to the Team’s expansion in Pinellas on both the tenant representation as well as landlord leasing sides of the business, Oliver currently spearheads the leasing efforts of over 1M square feet of industrial product with a tenant count in excess of 150 users.

Prior to joining Colliers International, Oliver was a Corporate Trainer with Credico, an outsource marketing and sales organization for numerous Fortune 500 companies. While at Credico, Oliver supported various roles including business development/sales, as well as corporate training for new hires in their Dallas and Manhattan offices.  He was consistently ranked as one of the Top 10 sales representatives in the nation.


Oliver earned a B.S. in Marketing and a minor in Communications from Clemson University. He graduated Dean's List and also completed the Clemson University Sales Program. 

Memberships & Involvements

  • Colliers Emerging Industrial Leaders
  • NAIOP Developing Leader
  • Tampa Connection - Class of 2020


  • Adler Real Estate Partners
  • Albany Road Real Estate
  • Becknell Industrial
  • Birtcher Anderson & Davis
  • Biscayne Atlantic
  • Blue Steel Development
  • Bobeck Real Estate, Inc.
  • Dalfen Industrial
  • Dogwood Industrial Properties
  • Genet Property Group
  • Geneva Heritage
  • High Street Realty Co.
  • Hove Street Properties Ltd.
  • Lexington Realty Trust
  • Rutenburg LLC
  • Summit Real Estate


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial, Land

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Featured Research

Mar 2, 2021

Record 5.8 Million SF Delivered in 2020

After a momentary pause in the second quarter, The Tampa Bay industrial market bounced back with record setting proportion. During 2020, the greater Tampa Bay industrial market, which includes Hillsborough, Pinellas and Polk Counties, registered the highest number of new deliveries on record. Over 5.8 million square feet of new industrial product was delivered to the market. Over the past ten years, as the market rebounded from the Great Recession, nearly 29 million square feet of industrial product was added to the market, which equates to 12.5% of the market.
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Nov 10, 2020

Demand for Industrial Product Expands

There has been no shortage of activity occurring throughout the greater Tampa Bay industrial market. Third quarter absorption and leasing activity remained favorable, with nearly 800,000 square feet (0.3% of the market) of positive absorption occurring, driven by nearly 3 million square feet of leasing activity. Year-to-date, amongst the backdrop of a global pandemic, nearly 8 million square feet has been leased, pushing absorption to nearly 3 million square feet for the year. This represents a significant increase of more than 1 million square feet compared to the third quarter of 2019.
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Jul 30, 2020

Increasing Activity, Challenges Still Remain

The second quarter of 2020 began with an unprecedented pause in activity for the Tampa Bay Retail market. Nearly every retailer, except those deemed essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, temporarily closed their doors either voluntarily or through government orders. Investors were pencils down and lenders halted underwriting and decision making. Tenants interested in the market paused or delayed tours, and many properties were pulled off the market in a wait-and-see approach. However, as the quarter progressed, the retail market throughout greater Tampa Bay began to thaw and, although many government orders and restrictions remain, pockets of activity began to come back to the market.
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