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Thevin Campton | Colliers | Denver

Thevin Campton


Director, Investment Sales

License # IA100085187

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Professional Summary

Thevin Campton, CCIM began working in commercial real estate with Colliers International. Since joining Colliers, he has closed over $225mm in commercial real estate sale transactions, specializing in office, industrial and flex assets. Thevin specializes in income-producing real estate, representing REITs, private equity, developers, corporations and family office investors, locally and nationally, on the disposition of their real estate. Services include property analysis, seller representation, 1031 exchanges, sale-leaseback structuring, off-market transactions, and property research, marketing and sales. Thevin provides a high level of advisement, adding depth by fully understanding each asset to foresee opportunities and resolve issues, and maximizes exit values.

Specialties: Investment dispositions, corporate sale-leaseback structuring and downREIT portfolio acquisitions, single-tenant and multi-tenant properties, income-producing real estate, sales,  marketing, private equity, negotiation and assisting in portfolio decisions.

Office/Direct: (720) 833-4628
Legal Name: Thevenin J. Campton 


  • Capital Commerce Center (GSA Office) - $44,656,500
  • Lakeview Center (ST Office) - $21,750,000
  • Premier Point Portfolio (MT Office) - $11,750,000
  • 8545 Commodity Circle (ST Office) - $8,250,000 
  • 5120 Great Oak Drive (ST Industrial) - $6,850,000
  • 125 Technology Park (ST Flex/Office) - $5,150,000
  • Longwood Portfolio (MT Flex) - $4,400,000
  • 400 West Morse Blvd. (MT Office) - $4,000,000
  • BankUnited (FS/ST Bank) - $3,662,500


  • Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) 
  • Commercial Property Marketing Certification (CPMC) 
  • Commercial Property Research Certification (CPRC) 

Memberships & Involvements

  • CCIM - Certified Commercial Investment Member
  • CPMC - Commercial Property Marketing Certification
  • CPRC - Commercial Property Research Certification
  • NAR - National Association of REALTORS® Affiliate Member
  • NAIOP - Commercial Real Estate Development Association



Financial Analysis, Investment Properties, Bank REO

Service Lines

Capital Markets

Property Type

Industrial, Office, Healthcare

Featured Research

Mar 3, 2021

A Year of Unique Challenges

The Central Florida office market faced one of the most unique and challenging years in recent memory. With the backdrop of a global pandemic, as well as a heated and contentious political environment, the local markets felt the impacts throughout 2020. Overall leasing activity fell nearly 46% to 2.8 million square feet in 2020 compared to the average yearly leasing activity of 5.3 million square feet. Similarly, investment activity declined by nearly 60% in 2020 to a total of $323 million of total volume compared to an average year that experiences over $800 million in transaction volume. Vacancy increased to 9.2% from 8.8% in the previous quarter and 7.5% from this period one year ago. Sublease space available in the market grew, nearly double the amount from the fourth quarter of 2019.
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Dec 8, 2020

Challenges Remain as Activity Begins to Return

Throughout the third quarter of 2020, the effects of the economic challenges attributed to COVID-19 continued to impact the Central Florida office market. Like the previous quarter, overall leasing activity within the market remained below average, however, pockets of activity are beginning to return, especially in the suburban markets. Recently completed lease transactions increased by 16.2% from the previous quarter, with the total square footage of those transactions up over 30%. As the pandemic continues, nearly all businesses continue to assess their current and future space utilization plans putting potentially additional pressure on market vacancy. In some cases, occupiers will look to sublease their space as either a short-term reactionary approach or long-term strategy with the hopes and ability to further experiment with flexible or work-from-home employee plans.
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Aug 4, 2020

Increasing Activity, Optimistic Road Ahead

Although the true long-term impacts of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) across the broader economy remain unknown, the local industrial market in Orlando remained active, albeit cautious heading into the second half of the year. Net absorption registered a negative 536,773 square feet during the quarter, however, many of the move-outs where tenants relocating in the market to a recently built industrial product. Recently signed lease transactions, which is a precursor to future absorption, increased during the second quarter registering over 2.8 million square feet of recently signed leases and renewals. This represents a 1.4 million square feet increase in total square footage leased compared to the previous quarter.
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Featured News

Apr 2, 2020

Investor purchases FARO Technologies, Inc. U.S. production facility in Lake Mary

In October 2019, A joint venture between The RSP Companies and Great Point Properties, both New York-based investment firms, has purchased the FARO U.S. manufacturing facility in Lake Mary for $5.15 million.
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Aug 7, 2019

Ocala's premier office building for sale after 13 years of foreign ownership

Colliers International has listed a 32,968-square-foot office building in Ocala for $6.95 million. The building, marketed as ‘Regions Center,’ was purchased in 2006 by American Realty Investors, a Germany-based consortium of commercial real estate investors. Regions Center is newly listed for sale as an investment opportunity for either investors or a local tenant to own and occupy the building.
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