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Patrich Jett | Colliers | Detroit

Patrich Jett


Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary

Patrich Jett, SIOR, MCR, LEED AP with Colliers International is the market leader for high-profile real estate transactions including new construction projects, both locally in Greater Detroit / Ann Arbor and also abroad for global clients including the automotive sector.   

Patrich works with a team of real estate professionals consisting of Randy Book, Todd Griffin, and Audrey Correa; along with the Colliers platform of over 16,000 professionals, in over 500 office, in over 60 countries.  Together they represent corporate clients to implement their real estate objectives with a focus on corporate tenant representation. 

His team focuses on multi-market: Corporate Tenant Representation;  Site Selection and Incentives; Evaluation of Lease Options/Lease Restructuring;  Portfolio Management/Optimization;  Project Feasibility Studies;  Built-to-Suit Projects;  Project Management;  Workplace Strategy;  Institutional Investment Acquisitions; M&A Services and Sale-Leasebacks.

Patrich has a background and education in finance, previously working as an executive banker and as a corporate tenant adviser at Grubb & Ellis prior to joining Colliers International.  This experience has provided him a distinctive edge in understanding his client’s real estate needs.

Patrich has represented millions of square feet in multi-market corporate and institutional investment real estate transactions that have resulted in thousands of local high-tech and manufacturing jobs and millions in capital investment.  His strict attention to detail translates into significant savings of time and money, mitigation of risk, and increased flexibility for our clients.  He enjoys working on challenging projects that require creative thinking and problem solving to achieve a successful outcome. 

In 2011, Patrich established the Automotive Solutions Group within Colliers International after completing a number of substantial transactions related to the automotive industry.  He has become the “go to” subject matter expert at Colliers International for global automotive real estate as demonstrated on his team’s client roster.

Patrich then served as President of the Michigan Chapter of CoreNet Global in 2014.  He used his strong local relationships to build an accomplished Board and to protect and grow the Chapter’s finances while increasing membership on the heels of the economic downturn.  He was awarded national/global recognition in 2015 on CoreNet Global’s “36 Under 36: Up-and-Coming Young Leaders”.

Patrich lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his two sons: Mason (15) and Connor (14), and two dogs: Nala and Winston.  He enjoys long distance running, traveling, and fine wine.  Patrich also donates his time to various charities and organizations, such as Ann Arbor Community Foundation, 100 Businesses That Care, and Ele's Place. 


  • SIOR Top 20 National Industrial Project (2020)
  • Everest Award as a Top 5 Broker in Detroit/Ann Arbor (2016 / 2017  2019 / 2020)
  • Top Outgoing Referral (2016 /2017 / 2020) 
  • Top Land Sale (2017)
  • Top Office Transaction (2016)
  • Top Retail Transaction (2016 / 2019)
  • CoreNet Global’s “36 Under 36: Up-and-Coming Young Leaders” (2015)
  • Co-Star Power Broker (Consecutive)


  • SIOR at Society of Industrial And Office Realtors®
  • MCR (Master of Corporate Real Estate) at CoreNet Global
  • IAMC Fellow at Industrial Asset Management Council
  • LEED AP (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design Accredited Professional) at USGBC

Memberships & Involvements

Colliers International: Logistics & Transportation Occupiers Advisors (Co-Chair); CoreNet Global: Michigan Chapter | Past President; IAMC: Members Member Relations Committee; Ann Arbor SPARK: Business Development Committee; Detroit USGBC: Real Estate Committee (Former Chair); Michigan Energy Forum: Steering Committee; Michigan Commercial Board of Realtors; Ford Land Preferred Broker Program; ULI Hines Competition: College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan (Advisor); Net Impact: Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan (Speaker/Panelist); Motawi Tileworks: Advisory Board


General Motors (GM), MASCO,  LEAR Corporation, Cooper-Standard, ITC,  A123 Systems,  Eberspacher


Service Lines

Tenant Representation, Integrated Service Delivery, Capital Markets, Occupier Services

Property Type

Industrial, Office


Logistics and Transportation Solutions Group, Automotive

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