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Patrick Boyle | Colliers | Boston

Patrick Boyle

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Patrick joined Colliers in 2015 and serves as a Vice President in the Boston Office. He is responsible for advising clients on creative financing solutions through Colliers’ relationships with commercial banks, life company correspondents, debt funds, agency lenders, CMBS lenders, and equity sources. During his tenure with Colliers, he has played a key role in the origination, underwriting, and closing of more than $3 billion in transactions for multifamily, industrial, life science, office, retail, and other investment properties.

Prior to his current role, Patrick was an analyst for the Capital Markets team preparing investment documents, performing financial analysis, and providing due diligence support.

Patrick graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Finance and Communication from Wake Forest University. He is a licensed real estate salesperson in Massachusetts and active member of the Real Estate Finance Association and Urban Land Institute. He is a seven-year participant in the Pan Mass Challenge and member of the Young Professionals Council of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Dorchester.

Education

Wake Forest University | Bachelor of Science, Finance & Communication

Memberships & Involvements

  • Real Estate Finance Association (REFA), Emerging Leaders Committee
  • Urban Land Institute (ULI), Young Leaders Group

Services

Skills

Mortgage Brokerage, Debt and Equity Finance, Life Sciences

Service Lines

Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial, Office, Multifamily, Retail

Featured News

Mar 4, 2019

Colliers International’s Multi-Family Advisory Group recently announced the sale of the newly renovated 29-35 Temple Place in Boston’s highly amenitized, transit-friendly, and vibrant Downtown Crossing neighborhood. Following a $12 million acquisition in 2016, the seller, a joint venture between Torrington Properties and Mount Vernon Company, has since leased ground floor retail space to Democracy Brewing, a restaurant, brewery, and taproom that has greatly energized both the street and lower levels of the building.

Colliers International’s Multi-Family Advisory Group recently announced the sale of the newly renovated 29-35 Temple Place in Boston’s highly amenitized, transit-friendly, and vibrant Downtown Crossing neighborhood. Following a $12 million acquisition in 2016, the seller, a joint venture between Torrington Properties and Mount Vernon Company, has since leased ground floor retail space to Democracy Brewing, a restaurant, brewery, and taproom that has greatly energized both the street and lower levels of the building.
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Aug 1, 2018

58 Unit Four Building Bay Village Portfolio sold to Local Developer

Colliers International’s Multi-Family Investment Sales team recently announced the sale of 143 Arlington Street and 1, 3, and 5 Cortes Street in the centrally located Bay Village neighborhood of Boston on behalf of Coppola Management. The portfolio sold for $12.82 million to Brookline-based investor, Premier Capital Partners.
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