Alex Cohn

Alex Cohn


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Professional Summary

Alex Cohn specializes in office advisory services providing expertise to assist tenants and buyers in strategically finding the right space for their needs.  He also works with owners and landlords to lease and sell their real estate assets.

Prior to joining Colliers, Alex had invaluable exposure to other commercial real estate brokerage and development firms.  Most recently, he was a broker at Bradley Company.  Prior to that, he had back-to-back internships with Zeller Realty Group and Buckingham Companies.  These roles provided a great foundation for development fundamentals, market research, and an understanding of market dynamics.

Alex is a graduate of Indiana University with a major in SPEA Management (School of Public and Environmental Affairs) and a minor in Entrepreneurship at the Kelley School of Business. 

He thoroughly loves the game of baseball – he played in high school and college for Indiana Club Baseball.  He is still active in the game, as I coach, train and mentor.  


•    Member. Indiana Sports Corporation
•    Member. Indiana Commercial Board of Realtors
•    Coach. Indiana Mustangs
•    Trainer. Indiana Primetime Sports


B.S.  SPEA Management

Indiana University

Memberships & Involvements



Project Leasing, Transactions Services
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Types


Featured Research

Featured Research
Aug 16, 2018
Solid Leasing Activity in Booming Economy
Q2 2018 | Leasing activity, a positive future indicator for real estate fundamentals, is up 77% as business continue to locate within the Indianapolis market.
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May 7, 2018
Customer Service and IT Jobs Boost Market
Q1 2018 | The downtown Indianapolis office market reached another landmark in this economic cycle by achieving the lowest vacancy rate since 2009 and surpassing all other submarkets in year-over-year rent growth.
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Feb 2, 2018
Indianapolis Office Rents Rising at a Record Pace
Q4 2017 | Overall trends denoted steady new leasing and investment sales activity, while asking rents rose 4.4%, the largest annual increase on record.​
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