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Paul Holland | Colliers | Phoenix

Paul Holland

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

As a vice president with the Arizona Retail Services Team with Colliers International, I specialize in the sale and leasing of retail properties, land acquisition and disposition, retail property disposition and retail development. I represent both landlords and tenants and place great value in establishing long-term relationships with my clients.

My platform of services includes property sales, lease negotiations, tenant representation, lease renewal and renegotiation, site evaluation and selection; demographic and market analysis, space planning, and negotiation of tenant improvement allowances. 

Working closely with landlords, I develop property leasing strategies that maximize operating income and minimize vacancies. To achieve my clients’ business and financial objectives, I carefully guide tenants through the process of identifying their requirements, site selection and lease negotiations.

As a skilled negotiator with in-depth knowledge of the marketplace, I am committed to helping clients make strategic real estate decisions for their businesses. Clients benefit from my 35 years of retail real estate experience.

I have specialized in retail properties since beginning my career in commercial real estate in 1983. My experience includes 14 years with Grubb & Ellis four years with Koll. In 1997, I joined Insignia/ESG, which was acquired by Colliers International in 2003.

Accomplishments

  • Ranked by Colliers International as one of the top 20 retail producers in the Greater Phoenix region and in the United States - 2008.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Business Marketing, Arizona State University

Memberships & Involvements

  • Arizona Retail Services Team | Colliers International
  • ICSC - International Council of Shopping Centers
  • Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix

Clients

  • Communities Southwest
  • Kitchell Development Company
  • SunCor Development
  • Paulsen Properties
  • Evergreen Development
  • Safeway
  • Donahue Schriber

Services

Skills

Ground lease, Land Sales, Project Leasing, Shopping Centres

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Retail

My Team

Featured Research

May 17, 2021

2021 Q1 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report

The Greater Phoenix retail market ended Q1 2021 posting 246,897 SF of net absorption. Rental rates continue showing signs of growth, despite national headlines of business failures, rising 1.10% year-over-year. Construction continued forward with the market delivering 231,020 SF of new space in the first three months, with an extremely low vacancy rate of only 5%.
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Jan 21, 2021

2020 Q4 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report

The Phoenix retail market ended Q4 with 64,036 SF of negative net absorption, but stayed positive over the year ending at 215,692 SF. Vacancy increased 20 bps over-the-quarter and 60 bps YOY to the rate of 7.9%. Despite national headlines of declining retail rental rates, the Phoenix market held steady.
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Oct 19, 2020

2020 Q3 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report

The Greater Phoenix retail market ended the third quarter with 101,270 square feet of positive net absorption. Vacancy increased to 7.7 percent, elevating 10 bps over-the-quarter. Rental rates are struggling to maintain pre-pandemic levels, ending at $14.62 PSF.
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Featured News

May 26, 2021

Phoenix retail vacancy drops as leasing activity accelerates in 1Q 2021

Q1 2021 brought positive net absorption to the Greater Phoenix retail market, reports Colliers. Absorption pushed vacancy down and rental rates continue showing signs of growth. Construction moved forward, bringing 231,020 SF of new retail space. Investment sales saw 41 transactions totaling $382 million.
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Jan 27, 2021

Phoenix retail real estate endured difficult 2020

The retail real estate market was arguably hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but metro Phoenix endured the challenges more successfully than most markets. The area posted positive net absorption in 2020, and rental rates remained healthy. Investment sales volume increased 49.1% from Q3 to $273 million.
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