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Shenan Murphy

CCIM

CEO & Principal | Cincinnati & Dayton

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Professional Summary

Growing up, I always knew I wanted a job where I would be in control of my career path, and commercial real estate has allowed me to do that both personally and professionally. I began my career as a retail and investment broker in 1989. Today, I leverage my previous brokerage experience and knowledge to oversee the strategic and daily operations of Colliers International | Greater Cincinnati and Dayton. As the CEO, I make it a priority to provide the best strategic leadership and oversight to a truly remarkable team. In addition to commercial real estate, I have created a diversified and innovative family of companies providing brokerage sales, investment services, construction services, information technology services and property management services.

The experience I gained from holding a variety of positions throughout my career has allowed me to reach a broad base of clients and establish valuable relationships throughout Greater Cincinnati and Dayton. These relationships have provided the opportunity to aid some of the region’s most successful companies in making sound real estate decisions.

In addition to my daily responsibilities with Colliers, I find great joy being involved in my community. One of my personal goals is to help the Cincinnati community and those around me to move forward and grow with energy and purpose. I am a member of various organizations serving the community such as the University of Cincinnati Foundation (Board Member), the University of Cincinnati UCATS (Board Member), the University of Cincinnati Diamond Club for Baseball (Chairman), the University of Cincinnati College of Business (Real Estate Board Member), the Greater Cincinnati Regional Business Committee, and Cincinnati Young Presidents Organization.

I hold the CCIM commercial real estate designation and have affiliations with ICSC (International Council of Shopping Center), ULI (Urban Land Institute), and NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties).

Accomplishments

·       The Cincinnati Business Courier "40 Under 40"

·       Leadership Cincinnati Class XXIII graduate

·       Young Presidents Organization, Cincinnati

·      Univeristy of Cincinnati Foundation, Board Member 

·     Cincinnati Regional Business Committee, Member 

·       University of Cincinnati Baseball Diamond Club, President, Former

​·       Walnut Hills High School, Trustee, Former

Education

University of Cincinnati

Memberships & Involvements

ULI, ICSC, NAIOP, YPO

Clients

Duke Realty, Corporex, Prologis, VanTrust Real Estate,  First Industrial  Realty Trust, U.C. Health 

Featured Research

Sep 8, 2021

2021 Q2 Multifamily Ohio Report Colliers

The Ohio apartment markets have all posted increased occupancy through the first half of 2021, along with increasing average monthly rents. An elevated pipeline of new supply poses a headwind to occupancy over the next 12 months, but should stabilize thereafter.
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Aug 27, 2021

Cincinnati Modern Bulk 21Q2 Report

The Cincinnati industrial market, year-to-date has posted 3.3 million square feet of positive net absorption, which is more than the total recorded during all of 2020. Driven by e-commerce activity, demand has consistently outpaced supply over the longer term and construction starts have accelerated in anticipation of continued robust leasing activity. The opening of Amazon’s Prime Air Hub is expected to add to the high level of interest in modern bulk logistics space in the region.
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Aug 11, 2021

Cincinnati Retail 21Q2 Report

The Greater Cincinnati retail market can best be described as stable. The market has recorded occupancy gains over the past two years and leasing activity has remained steady. Many larger transactions, though, have been focused on discounters and non-traditional users. New construction activity remains modest by historical standards and has not contributed to excess vacancy due to the delivery of projects for a single-tenant or others with significant pre-leasing activity. The conversion of retail properties to alternate uses has also reduced vacancy levels, while also contributing to steadily increasing rental rates as high vacancy, poorly located properties have been removed from the market.
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