Brian Gleason | Colliers International | Phoenix

Brian Gleason

Senior Vice President

License # SA647601000

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About

Professional Summary

As a senior vice president with Colliers International, I specialize in the sale and leasing of industrial, office, land and R&D properties, with extensive experience representing corporate and institutional clients, locally and nationally. Comprehensive services include landlord, tenant and investor representation, corporate services, business development and project management.

I partner with Bonnie Halley, senior vice president; and Melissa Marks, senior associate, to serve clients across the West Valley submarkets of metropolitan Phoenix.

As an industry veteran with more than 35 years of commercial real estate experience, there are few situations I haven’t encountered. Most importantly, I acknowledge what I do not know and defer to other experts, when necessary. I am committed to placing the interests of my clients first, helping them understand what is required of both them and myself, while creating a smooth path to successful transactions.

Having previously served in the role of designated broker, I have a strong commitment to integrity and honesty in all aspects of my work and relationships. Clients and colleagues alike describe me as knowledgeable, conscientious, helpful and easy to work.

Before joining Colliers, I served as senior vice president of leasing with Phoenix West Commercial in Avondale, successfully establishing the firm as an industry leader in the West Valley. Previously, I held positions as senior vice president for Cornish & Carey Newmark and also senior vice president and designated broker for Trammell Crow Company in San Francisco, with responsibility for developing transaction opportunities for institutional and corporate clients at both firms. I also served as national real estate portfolio manager for the McKesson Corporation. Prior to that, I was a senior vice president with Jones Lang LaSalle.

Accomplishments

  • 2003 to present, completed lease and sale transactions exceeding $550 million in value for more than 5 million square feet of office and industrial space in over 60 cities, 24 states and six Canadian provinces
  • Member of the Society of Industrial & Office Realtors (SIOR), which is the leading professional commercial and industrial real estate association. The SIOR designation is a professional symbol of the highest level of knowledge, production, and ethics in the real estate industry.

Education

  • Master of Arts, Communication Arts, American University, Washington, D.C.
  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Fordham University, New York City

Memberships & Involvements

  • NAIOP, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association

I support several non-profit groups primarily in the West Valley, including:

  • Charity arm of the Irish American Club of Pebble Creek, with donations to the Litchfield School District
  • New Leaf Women’s Shelter
  • Homeless Youth Connection
  • Therapy Paws
  • Southwest Advocacy Group

Clients

  • Basic Metals
  • Bank of America
  • Calix Networks
  • Owens Illinois
  • McKesson
  • PG&E
  • Macy's
  • Sanwa Bank
  • Technicolor
  • Ryder Leasing
  • Recall Records
  • Reliance Management
  • First Industrial Realty Trust, Inc.
  • Trammel Crow
  • Constellation Brands
  • Sandvik Mining

Services

Skills
Corporate Transaction and Portfolio Management
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets
Property Types
Industrial, Office, Land

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Featured Research
Jul 7, 2020
2020 Q2 Greater Phoenix Industrial Market Report
Greater Phoenix industrial net absorption ended Q2 up 2.7 MSF and 3.7 MSF year-to-date. Over-the-year vacancy increased only 70 bps to 7.7%. Under construction rose to 11.6 MSF. Asking rates increased nearly 4.2% over-the-year, reaching $0.58 PSF. The quarter closed with $320 million in sales volume.
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Jul 6, 2020
2020 Q2 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report
The Greater Phoenix office market experienced a healthy second quarter. Sublease space increased 82% over-the-quarter. Net absorption remained positive for the 33rd consecutive quarter with 205,372 SF net absorption. Vacancy settled at 13.1%. Rental rates held strong with an average of $25.71 PSF.
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Apr 17, 2020
2020 Q1 Greater Phoenix Office Market Report
The Greater Phoenix office market had a healthy first quarter. Net absorption remained positive for the 32nd consecutive quarter, ending at 147,630 SF. Deliveries were just under 1 MSF. Vacancy currently posted at 12.8 percent. Asking rents closed at $25.48 PSF. Investment sales reached $241 million.
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Featured News
Jul 13, 2020
Expanding online commerce drives industrial market growth
Colliers International reports the Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market remains healthy, despite business conditions during the pandemic. America’s growth in online purchasing is driving expanded demand for warehouse/distribution space.
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Apr 21, 2020
1Q 2020 industrial market report highlights strength before shutdown
Greater Phoenix Industrial market could be poised for a surge in demand for warehouse/distribution space, reports Colliers in Arizona. The stay-at-home orders from the coronavirus pandemic forced more people to shop online. Those lasting habits will increase online retailer demand for distribution space.
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Feb 18, 2020
Phoenix industrial market maintains low vacancy
The Greater Phoenix industrial real estate market has a very healthy equilibrium in the midst of bringing millions of new square feet to its inventory, reports Colliers International. Vacancy remains below 10 percent after adding 6.4 MSF of new space in 2019, and 10.5 MSF under construction.
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Feb 12, 2020
Greater Phoenix 4Q office net absorption topped 1 million square feet
Colliers International reports the Greater Phoenix office market experienced its best year since 2008, posting very strong net absorption and adding more than 3.4 million square feet of new space to the inventory. Office vacancy sector hit 12.7 percent at year end, following a drop of 120 bps during 2019.
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