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Tyler Peterson | Colliers | Tampa

Tyler Peterson

CCIM

Executive Managing Director, Retail Services

License # SL3237005

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About

Professional Summary

Tyler is an 11-year industry veteran and memeber of The Kovacs Retail Team. He is focused on Retail Commercial Leasing and Tenant Representation, specializing in leading brand rollouts, consolidating deal negotiations and Real Estate Committee preparation. Clients and colleagues alike recognize Tyler as a best in class broker within the retail community. 

Tyler currently works with clients such as Floor & Decor, Ashley Furniture Industries, Banfield Pet Hospital, First Watch, Panera Bread, Cooper’s Hawk, Harbor Freight Tools, Blaze Pizza, Mission BBQ, Crunch Fitness, Burger King, Verizon, Office Depot and more. 

Accomplishments

Tyler Peterson began his career in commercial real estate in 2010 after graduating from the University of Central Florida with a dual degree in Finance and Real Estate.  He immediately began to apply his education in the area of retail leasing and quickly developed a retail leasing portfolio consisting of more than 1 million square feet of anchored and unanchored retail property.  In the last three years, Tyler has facilitated over $177 million in leasing transactions. 

Tyler was named the 2015 Retail Rising Star for Colliers International. In 2016 Tyler had an award category created for him and was named the recipient of the Colliers International Technology and Innovation award, thanks to the new best practices he has introduced while at Colliers International. Tyler was selected to the Tampa Bay Business Journal’s 2016 Up and Comer list in the Under 30 category. He has been ranked as a Costar Power broker and was named a 2020 Leading Influencer in Retail by GlobeSt.com.  Tyler, along with his business partners Jim Kovacs, Melissa Riccardi and Kyle Mahoney, have earned Top Producing Team for Colliers  Central Florida for 2017, 2018 and 2019.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Finance, University of Central Florida

Bachelor of Science, Real Estate, University of Central Florida

Memberships & Involvements

Tyler has earned his CCIM designation, is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and has served as the Vice President of Urban Land Institute Young Leaders.

He serves as the Community Outreach Leader for the American Cancer Society, ABOA, Tampa Bay Chapter.

Services

Skills
Financial Analysis, High Street Retail, Restaurants
Service Lines
Tenant Representation
Property Type
Retail

My Team

Featured Research
Nov 10, 2020
Activity & Optimism Returns
After months of little to no activity, the Tampa Bay retail market has begun its rebound. The global pandemic has impacted nearly every retail market across the country and the Tampa Bay retail market was not shielded from those effects either. However, the true impacts of the pandemic have yet to be seen locally, as overall market stats continue to remain nearly unchanged. Vacancy remains relatively healthy at 6.4 %, unchanged from the previous quarter and only marginally up from a low of 6.1 % that was experienced this time one year ago. As the market moves forward, it’s expected that vacancy will remain relatively flat as a mix of tenants that unfortunately will exit the market will be backfilled with those taking the current environment as an opportunity to expand and gain market share. During the quarter over 160 transaction occurred, up from 109 in the previous quarter, but still below the average of 180 that occurs each quarter.
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Apr 29, 2020
Challenges Ahead, Opportunities Will Arise
The first quarter of 2020 will forever be marked as one of the most dynamic quarters in history for the retail market in greater Tampa Bay. As the 2020 year began, activity throughout (sales, leasing, construction) remained brisk, with submarkets like South Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Wesley Chapel having experienced increased demand and activity. The food and beverage segment of retail was the driving force behind much of the activity. Interest rates were at near all-time lows, providing cost-effective financing that helped to bolster and carry on the 10-year record growth experienced throughout Tampa. Unemployment in the region, the lowest in recent history and well below the national average, was championed by many in the local market.
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Featured News
Aug 7, 2020
Tampa Bay restaurants and merchants remain cautiously optimistic
Broker says businesses are relying on consumer pent-up demand and touchless experiences to overcome virus fears.
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