Palmieri specializes in leasing regional shopping centers and representing national retailers
PHOENIX, AZ – John M.Palmieri has joined Colliers in Arizona as an associate vice president in the retail properties sector. He specializes in leasing regional shopping centers and representing national retail tenants throughout Arizona.
“John brings to Colliers nearly 20 years of experience in the real estate industry,” says Bob Mulhern, senior managing director with Colliers in Arizona. “His expertise, combined with an early career in finance, positions him ideally to handle complex client needs.”
Palmieri formerly served as vice president with DeRito Partners, where he was a top producer specializing in project leasing and sales. He is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). Palmieri worked for nearly 10 years in the residential real estate field for Amberwood Homes. Prior to his career in real estate, Palmieri was in the Wealth Management Group at Merrill Lynch, building a strong understanding of equity, bond and derivatives markets. After working in financial services, Palmieri was attracted to the tangible aspect of real estate and pursued a career in the commercial property industry.
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