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Tony Lochhead

B.A.

Senior Associate

License # 02000345

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About

Professional Summary

Tony Lochhead specializes in industrial properties within the Inland Empire and Orange County regions of Southern California. Tony began his career as a professional soccer player first with the New England Revolution of the MLS and later with Chivas USA. The highlight of his career was competing in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. Upon his retirement from soccer, he entered into the Commercial Real Estate business. Through research efforts and cold calling Tony has helped generated new leads for the team to pursue. Tony takes a personal interest in each clients business in order to thoroughly understand requirements, direction and goals before taking strategic action. Under the guidance of Ian and Chris DeVries, Tony designs and populates client projects & packages - furnishing competitive building availabilities, comps, research analysis, aerials, market reports and a host of other desired materials. As such, the team achieves multi-media outreach to meet Client’s needs. 

Education

UC Santa Barbara

BS in Business Economics

Licensed Real Estate Agent # 02000345

Memberships & Involvements

AIR Commercial Real Estate Association

Clients

Hillwood Property Group

Brookfield Logistics Group (IDI)

Alere Property Group

Magnon Companies

TA Associates

US Trust/Bank of America

First Industrial Realty Trust

Westgates Holdings LLC

Duke Realty

Kimberly Clark

Ross Stores

Fisker Automotive

Services

Service Lines

Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation

Property Type

Industrial, Land

Featured Research

Apr 13, 2021

2021 Q1 Central Los Angeles Industrial Research Report

The Central Los Angeles industrial market closed out the first quarter with 1.25 MSF of positive net absorption. The overall vacancy rate decreased to 2.1% from 2.6% at the end of 2020, and only 20 basis points above its mark from 1 year ago. Central Los Angeles’s lack of availability in high clear and dock high loading facilities will continue to put upward pressure on rents, as tenants struggle to expand in Central Los Angeles. Industrial demand is heavily concentrated in the Vernon and Commerce submarkets, with food production and apparel manufacturing remaining the top industries.
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Oct 15, 2020

2020 Q3 Greater Los Angeles Industrial Knowledge Report

Uneven Rebound Underway In Greater L.A.
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Jul 15, 2020

2020 Q2 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report

The Los Angeles Basin industrial market is the largest in the United States, totaling more than 1.6 billion square feet. It has been characterized by some of the highest asking rates and lowest vacancy rates of any market in the nation.
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