Cyndie OBryon

Cyndie OBryon

LEED Green Associate, SIOR

First Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Cyndie W. O’Bryon, SIOR, specializes in Office Brokerage Services as a First Vice President for Colliers International Cleveland.  In her role, she assists her clients with their office requirements, both locally and nationally.  Her services, on behalf of landlords and tenants, include market research, financial analysis, sale and lease negotiation, transaction management and consulting services. With more than 30 years of experience in the office leasing market, Ms. O’Bryon brings her broad knowledge base and business relationships to every assignment.
 

Education

Post Graduate: LEED Green Associate

Graduate: Kent State University, Clinical Psychology

Undergraduate: University of Cincinnati, BS, Magna Cum Laude  

Memberships & Involvements

CREW (Commercial Real Estate Women) Inc. of Cleveland – founding member, past president and two -term national delegate

Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR)

  • First woman in Ohio to hold this designation
  • Past Ohio Chapter president and executive committee member
  • SIOR Foundation Board Member
  • Legacy Society Member

LEED Green Associate Designation

Services

Skills
Consultancy Services, Green Building Advisory
Property Types
Office
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