Adam Tischer | Colliers International | Los Angeles - Downtown

Adam Tischer

Senior Vice President

License # 01766213

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Professional Summary

Adam K. Tischer joined Colliers in January 2011. He will serve as vice president based in Colliers’ DTLA office.


He specializes in representing large corporate investment and developer clients in the Downtown Los Angeles market, and has completed commercial real estate transactions totaling approximately $100 million.


  • Co-headed CB Richard Ellis’ Los Angeles Urban Redevelopment Group with the group’s founder, Mark Tarczynski.
  • Represented large corporate investment clients and landlords, including Bank of America, The Trammell Crow Company, Forest City Enterprises, and Good Samaritan Hospital Los Angeles.
  • Awarded CB Richard Ellis’ prestigious Rookie of the Year award in 2008, which is given to the highest-producing broker within their first year.


Adam studied History at the University of Southern California

Memberships & Involvements

Central City Association


Bank of America The Trammell Crow Company Forest City Enterprises Good Samaritan Hospital Los Angeles Kennedy Wilson Inc. Essex Property Trust Inc The Shammas Group Urban Partners LLC The KOR Group


Bank REO
Service Lines
Capital Markets
Property Type
Multifamily, Hotel, Land, Office, Retail

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Featured Research
Jul 15, 2020
2020 Q2 Greater Los Angeles Basin Retail Knowledge Report
As the economic impact of COVID-19 continued to unfold, the Los Angeles Basin retail market recorded negative market activity for the fourth consecutive quarter. In the second quarter, vancancy increased by 30 basis points recording at 6.2%. An additional 400,300 square feet of new construction was added to the inventory base with Inland Empire recording the majority at 321,400 square feet. Los Angeles County followed at 78,900 square feet while Orange County recorded no new deliveries.
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2020 Q1 Greater Los Angeles Basin Retail Knowledge Report
Despite the recent market-wide shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Los Angeles Basin office market recorded positive market activity in the first quarter as vacancy decreased to 13.7%. In the coming months, it is expected leasing and sale activity will change rapidly. Los Angeles Basin office demand has been led by technology, entertainment and professional services companies. As shelter-in-place orders continue, the impact on economic market conditions will unfold. The Los Angeles County office market recorded 791,400 square feet of net absorption. Construction deliveries of just 271,000 square feet led to a falling vacancy rate of 14.0%. West Los Angeles accounted for nearly all of total demand for the quarter. Leasing activity, which increased approximately 1.1 million square feet from last quarter, recorded 4.4 million square feet.
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2019 Q4 Greater Los Angeles Basin Retail Knowledge Report
National retail and food services sales for November increased by 0.3% compared to one year ago. Although consumer confidence fell in December, overall confidence remains at historically favorable levels. The strong work force is a key contributor in consumer confidence.
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