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Scott Corbin | Colliers | Orlando

Scott Corbin

Executive Managing Director

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About

Professional Summary

Scott joined Colliers in November 2005 as Director of Retail Services. He specializes in all aspects of brokerage including leasing and tenant representation, as well as land sales, site selection and sublease/ disposition work for big boxes, restaurants and banks. Scott was formerly the Associate Director of Cushman and Wakefield and Vice President-Central Florida for Staubach Retail. Scott has over twenty years of retail brokerage experience and three years prior as a Retail Leasing Specialist. He worked on leasing small specialty strip centers to large power centers and malls (including Altamonte Town Center, Shoppes at Alafaya, Millenia Plaza and Orlando Fashion Square) ranging in size from 9,800 square feet to over 1,000,000 square feet.

He has been recognized in the Top 5 Retail Brokers in Orlando by CFCRES, consistent top 10 at Colliers International Central Florida and has closed over 450 transactions in the past ten years and has negotiated over $100 Million in building and land transactions (ranging from 1 acre to 22 acres) for developers and owners in the past.

Accomplishments

Scott’s recent accomplishments include buyer representation in distressed commercial real estate assemblages including notes, loans, REO’s and auction property ranging from $4.5 to $14 million, numerous disposition properties sold, and redevelopment leasing for Orlando Fashion Square.

Education

Bachelor of Sciences - Management with emphasis in Marketing and Consumer Psychology (1984) Purdue University
Florida Licensed Real Estate Broker (1988)

Memberships & Involvements

International Council of Shopping Centers, Licensed Real Estate Agent

Clients

American Momentum Bank, bd's Mongolian Grill, Bruegger’s Bagel, Counter Burger, Drexel-Heritage Furniture, First Watch, Hobby Lobby Stores, iStudio Salons, Jamba Juice, Lane Furniture, Lifestyle Fitness, Mattress Giant, Noodles and Co., Panda Express, Pei Wei, RBC/Centura Bank, Red Robin, T-Mobile, Thomasville Furniture, Total Wine, Urgent Care, Verizon, California Burrito Express, Carlos and Charlie's, NY Burgers, Coffee Culture Cafe, Union Burger, Burger King, Popeyes, Dunkin Donuts, Barcelona Wine & Tapas, Bartaco, American Financial Realty Trust, CenterAmerica, Inland Western, Inland American, K-Mart Asset Management, National Retail Properties, Reynolds Metals, Price Legacy, Post Properties, UP Development, State Farm Insurance, Jupiter Realty, Gramercy Realty, DJM Realty, Continental Realty Corporation

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Land, Retail

Featured Research

May 4, 2021

Q1 2021 Central Florida Retail Market Report

Retailers found it difficult to backfill open positions with the qualified workers needed to support increasing demand.
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Nov 10, 2020

Noticeable Demand Returning

After three consecutive quarters of negative absorption, the Central Florida retail market bounced back. The start of the third quarter of 2020 nearly paralleled the activity experienced during the second quarter, with retailers remaining hesitant to reopen, minimal tours or sales occurring and consumers weary of the unknown climate created by the pandemic. As COVID 19 related government restrictions began to ease, a noticeable acceleration of activity, by tenants and investors, shined through as the quarter progressed.
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Aug 4, 2020

Momentum & Activity Beginning to Return

The second quarter of 2020 began with an unprecedented pause in activity for the Orlando 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 Orlando 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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