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Colliers Relocates to Holland Tower to Accommodate Rapid Growth



Richmond, V.A. – October 2020 – Colliers International has announced their Richmond office is moving to Holland Tower where it will occupy approximately 27,000 square feet.  The company is set to officially move in December of 2020 from its current location at Reynolds Crossing.  

Colliers will be moving 134 employees to the new office which is nearly 7,000 square feet larger than its current space, and it will house 150 employees in total.  The new facility provides Colliers with significant space to accommodate the company’s rapid growth.  Employees are currently spread across two floors at Reynolds Crossing. 

“Reynolds Crossing has been a great home for us the last several years and we’re thankful for the role it has played in our company’s growth.  Unfortunately, we outgrew our space, so it was time for us to move on to something larger.” stated Joe Marchetti, Managing Director.  “We needed to find a space where we could fit everyone on one floor.  We are thrilled to have found our next home at Holland Tower.  Richmond’s Midtown is a thriving community, its exceptional location and amenities had a significant impact on our decision to move there. The new space provides our brokers and employees a more functional work environment that will increase communication and efficiencies.” 

Holland Tower is situated in Richmond’s Midtown near the Broad Street and Staples Mill Road intersection. Its conveniently located near Willow Lawn Shopping Center, Libbie Mill, and the Broad Street retail corridor.  Nearby amenities include Henrico County Library, grocery stores, and numerous restaurants. The property is situated at the union of I-64 and I-95, providing incredible access for visitors and employees from the entire metropolitan area.  

Views of downtown Richmond, a top floor balcony, and abundant natural light are just a few of the features the space boasts.  Additional meeting rooms and an on-site training center have also been incorporated to foster more collaboration.  

“Since our transition to Colliers last year we have continued to see substantial growth in our business lines.  For instance, this year alone we have added 37 new employees to assist in handling new properties we have taken on.” said Todd Willet, Regional Managing Director, REMS|Virginia.  “Our new space will allow us the room to continue the growth we are seeing while providing a great work environment for our team members.”

Colliers’ represented the landlord, Holland Park Associates I.  Colliers' Tom Vozenilek and Zach Roski represented Colliers as the tenant in the transaction


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