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Pat Coppinger | Colliers | Kansas City

Pat Coppinger

Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary


Patrick Coppinger became affiliated with the firm in 1998.  He began his career in 1994 with the LaSala-Sonnenberg Commercial Realty Company where he specialized in office and retail leasing and sales.  Pat now specializes in office brokerage and has been involved in over 450 lease and sale transactions, totaling over four million square feet of space.  Pat works with both buyers and sellers, and has also been involved in several land assemblage assignments for various redevelopment efforts.



  • Metropolitan Board of Realtors Million Dollar Club (since 1994)
  •  Missouri Association of Realtors Million Dollar Club 


Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – University of Iowa

Licensed Real Estate Agent – Kansas and Missouri

Memberships & Involvements

Metropolitan Board of Realtors


  • Lakeland Community Church
  • US Bank (Lee’s Summit Land)
  • Commerce Bank
  • Cerner Corporation
  • Trendwest Resorts
  • eScout
  • American Truck Historical Society
  • Echostar Corporation
  • Convergent Communications
  • Fresenius Medical Care
  • OHS Compcare
  • Norton Schmidt
  • US Bancorp Piper Jaffray
  • US Bank – Local Headquarters
  • Lakewood Development
  • DST
  • UBS
  • Louis Dreyfus
  • Mariner Real Estate


Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Featured Research

Nov 24, 2020

3rd Quarter 2020 Office Trends | Kansas City

During Q3, the Kansas City metro experienced an anomaly with the recent delivery of phases three and four within Cerner Innovations Campus, totaling 777,000 square feet. By Colliers data collection standards, the building completions were counted as positive absorption based on delivery and intent to occupy, despite Cerner employees currently working remotely as a result of the pandemic.
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Aug 11, 2020

2nd Quarter 2020 Office Trends | Kansas City

The Q2 2020 reported figures are the first peak into the weakening market fundamentals as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, shutdown orders and office occupiers shifting to remote workplace solutions. The real impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to be realized in the last half of 2020 and early 2021, however, the effects were felt as early as this past quarter.
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May 12, 2020

1st Quarter 2020 Office Trends | Kansas City

Heading into 2020, Kansas City’s office market was expected to see continued positive momentum thanks to strong leasing activity in the prior year and strong market fundamentals in place. Through the end of the Q1 2020, the Kansas City office market continues to remain near all-time historic lows in terms of vacancy.
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