Vacancies have plummeted to less than 1%, the lowest on record, and strong VC funding supports additional demand. More than 12 million square feet of lab/GMP requirements are active in the market today. Ground-up development and conversions are bringing new product across the market, and it can’t arrive soon enough. The center of gravity will remain Kendall Square, but demand is radiating out to all corners of the Greater Boston market, offering opportunities for investment, conversion, and development.
A 20-year industry veteran, Jeff brings an extensive commercial real estate background that includes expertise in city planning, market research, landlord representation and more.
Myers most recently held the position of Deputy Director of Portfolio & Asset Management at Massport, the port authority in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. During his time with the organization, Myers and his team managed 9+ million square feet of commercial real estate across 500 acres. Myers was heavily involved in lease negotiations, leasing strategies, tenant relations and market research to aid stakeholders by providing critical information needed for their decision-making processes.
Before joining Massport, Jeff spent more than 11 years at CoStar Portfolio Strategy where he oversaw the forecasting process for 200 metros and developed extensive knowledge of the commercial real estate business as well as strong skills in client engagement and industry analysis across sectors.
I joined Colliers' Boston office as a Research Analyst in 2021. In this position, I contribute to the creation of the firm's quarterly Market Viewpoints, as well as the distribution of Week in Review, Colliers' weekly newsletter. I also collaborate across various brokerage and advisory teams on client work and presentations, including labor analytics and market trend analyses.
I assist in managing and upkeeping Colliers' Boston proprietary research database, which contains data on over 360 million square feet of commercial space in approximately 4,000 buildings in the Greater Boston area and the insights it delivers. I work with the rest of the research team to provide reliable data that proves critical when making well-informed market decisions.
National Director of Capital Markets Research
As Director of Research | U.S. Capital Markets, Aaron is responsible for all aspects of research within the Capital Markets platform. He synthesizes and interprets a variety of data and information to stay ahead of trends that put our clients in an optimal position to make informed decisions. Aaron promotes the Colliers brand via best-in-class research reports, weekly insight posts, thought leadership, and contributions to numerous panels, media outlets, and industry events.
Aaron collaborates with every team at the firm and wears many hats: in-house economist, advisor, consultant, thought leader, strategic business analyst, presenter, and, of course, researcher. He connects with various industry experts within the Colliers organization to provide a customized solution for each client.
With a deep understanding of markets throughout the country, he provides a unique perspective on market dynamics across asset types and investment strategies, providing clients with tailored data and analytics to ultimately guide decision-making solutions.
Before joining Colliers, he spent 11 years with Property & Portfolio Research (PPR), now CoStar Portfolio Strategy. There, he advised institutional clients on their commercial real estate investment strategies across property sectors and also spoke at industry events, quarterly CoStar webinars, and in front of client audiences. Aaron also led and directed a team of economists who monitored property markets across the United States. Near the end of his tenure, he helped establish a new business unit at CoStar, leading in the hiring, training, and coaching of a team of 50 market analysts.
Outside of the office, Aaron can be found cheering on his children at their extracurricular activities. He also enjoys hiking, travel, relaxing at home or at the lake, or plugging away at one home project or another. Last but not least, he's an avid fan of Boston sports teams.