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Thomas Citron | Colliers | New York

Thomas Citron

Executive Managing Director

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Professional Summary

Thomas Citron serves as an Executive Managing Director at the New York headquarters of Colliers International, where he services the real estate needs of retail tenants and landlords on a local and national basis. Tom has handled major retail store expansions throughout New York City and other major markets throughout the United States.


Tom was ranked as a Top 100 brokerage professional at Cushman & Wakefield, received the company’s Gold Award for production by title and was elected as a CoStar Power Broker for consecutive years.

Tom has participated in the completion of transactions on behalf of TIAA/Nuveen, Swatch Group, BTIG, Alchemy Properties, Strata Realty Corp. A. Ruth & Sons, Flywheel, Bataleur Capital, Burton Snowboard Company, Bon-Ton, Capital One Bank, Citibank N.A., Colby Capital, Digby Management Co., Ferragamo USA, Filene's Basement, Fisher Development Associates LLC, H&M, Jamestown Properties, Marx Realty & Improvement Corp. Northwestern Mutual Investment Management Company, Ricoh Corporation,Technogym USA, Trina Turk and Verizon Wireless.

Most notably, Citron represented H&M in three of the most significant retail leasing transactions in Manhattan, including flagship stores at Herald Center (63,000 square feet), 589 Fifth Avenue (57,000 square feet)  and 4 Times Square (42,500 square feet). The Herald Center flagship will be H&M's largest store in the world.


Tom is a licensed attorney-at-law and a licensed real estate broker in New York. He holds a Juris Doctor degree from New York Law School and a Bachelors of Arts degree in political science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


Memberships & Involvements

Tom is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY); the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC); the New York State Bar Association and the Wisconsin Alumni Association.


Service Lines

Tenant Representation

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