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Stan Sanchez | Colliers | Phoenix

Stan Sanchez

Senior Vice President

License # SA 571763000

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Professional Summary

As a senior vice president for retail services with Colliers, Stan specializes in all aspects of retail brokerage. He has an established leadership background, with an executive tenure of more than 30 years.

Stan's areas of expertise include brokerage, landlord and tenant representation, project leasing, development consulting, investment sales and services, commercial land acquisitions, and Hispanic retail markets. He has worked on multiple national, regional and local retail projects, with sizes well over 1 million square feet.

With extensive experience in retail markets, Stan has a unique ability to evaluate the needs of both landlords and tenants and develop strategies to ensure their business success. Applying his in-depth understanding of the real estate industry and strong business acumen, he is able to better understand today's diverse market and to identify his clients' retail business requirements and real estate search criteria.

As a former business owner, Arizona native and Latino, Stan possesses distinctive knowledge of the retail real estate industry, deep-rooted connections in the community, and a desire to promote positive economic and community growth.

Before joining Colliers, Stan was president and partner of one of Arizona's largest retail brokerage firms. As president, he managed well over 200 retail listings and aided in the execution of more than 3,000 lease transactions and more than 200 escrow closings.


  • Completed more than 2.5 million square feet of retail lease transactions.
  • Board of Directors of Retail Brokers Network (RBN) - 2012-2015
  • Top Brokerage Producer - 2009
  • AZ Business Leaders - Voices of Leadership Award - 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Top Executive - AZ Business - 2014
  • State of the Industry Publication - 2014
  • Deal Makers Magazine Publication - 2014

Memberships & Involvements

  • International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • ICSC Hispanic Initiative Committee
  • Retail Brokers Network (RBN) Board of Directors
  • Consultant to DATOS
  • Guest Speaker at Arizona State University, WP Carey School of Business
  • Supporter of Arizona State University Scholarship Fund
  • Brokers for Kids, Adopt-a-Family and Toys for Tots


  • Rockefeller Group—New York, NY
  • Hines—Houston, Texas
  • AETNA Realty—New York, NY
  • Kimco Realty—New York, NY
  • Woodcrest Capital—Fort Worth, Texas
  • Pacific West Land—Bainbridge Island, Wash.
  • Pacific Coast Capital Partners—Los Angeles, Calif,



City Sales, Land Sales, Metro Sales, Project Leasing, Site Sales, Lease Advisory

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Retail, Land

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