Daniel Dunsmoor

Daniel Dunsmoor

MICP, SIOR

Brokerage Executive Vice President & Principal

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About

Professional Summary

Dan’s passionate and energetic approach to servicing each client incorporates the highest standards of excellence and quality. He is recognized as a market leader in the Columbus, Ohio commercial real estate market, specializing in the lease and sale of Class A and B office space. Dan has been involved with over 600 commercial real estate transactions valued in excess of $650,000,000 and accounting for over 5,000,000 SF of Class A and B office space.

Dan began his career in 2008 at Colliers International as a Broker In Training. Over the past 10 years he has elevated to an Executive Vice President and a partner in the firm. Prior to joining Colliers International, Dan graduated from Ohio University with Bachelor’s degrees in Finance and Marketing.

Accomplishments

  • Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame Inductee - 2018
  • Columbus Board of Realtors “Largest Sale Transaction - Office” 2016
  • Columbus Board of Realtors “Top 10 Producers” - 2016, 2017
  • Columbus Board of Realtors “Top 10 Under 40” - 2016, 2017
  • Colliers International | Greater Columbus Region “Brokerage Associate of the Year” - 2014, 2015 and 2016
  • Colliers International | Greater Columbus Region “Top 10 Brokers“- 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018
  • Colliers International | Ohio “Top 10 Brokers“- 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017
  • Completed the largest office Lease transaction in Downtown Columbus - 2014
  • Named to Columbus Business First’s “20 People to Know in Commercial Real Estate”

Education

Bachelor of Science - Finance

Bachelor of Science - Marketing

Certificate in Financial Sales - Ralph & Lucy Schey Sales Centre

Ohio University

Memberships & Involvements

SIOR

Clients

Pizzuti, Starpoint Properties, Red Capital Group, Orix Capital Markets, Hudson Advisors, Lonestar Funds, Sun Life Assurance Companies of Canada, Cadles 100 E. Broad, Trinity Holdings, Equity, RSF Partners, HPI Real Estate Services, The Women's Fund, Direct Energy

Services

Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Capital Markets
Property Types
Office

My Team

My Team

Properties

Featured Research

Featured Research
Jan 2, 2020
2019 Q4 Office Trends Report Columbus Colliers
The Columbus office market finished the year strong, recording 351,948 square feet of positive net absorption* in the fourth quarter. This brings year-to-date net absorption to over 1.2 million square feet. The fourth quarter is the seventh consecutive quarter of positive absorption and the third consecutive quarter of absorption above six figures, demonstrating the consistent growth of the office market. Strong leasing activity throughout the region contributed to rising absorption and declining vacancy - down to 8.8 percent this quarter. Overall asking rates remain steady at $18.75 per square foot, with Class A rates holding at $20.82 per square foot and Class B rates at $17.59 per square foot. Completed build-to-suit offices were driving forces on the market this quarter, as DHL and White Castle’s new headquarters both completed for a collective 250,000 square feet. According to The Kiplinger Forecast, GDP grew at a 2.1 percent rate this year due to home construction and government spending. GDP is expected to soften slightly to about 1.7 percent in 2020, as it is an election year. Locally, the Columbus unemployment rate remained at 3.7 percent this quarter due to the city being considered at “full employment” compared to the rest of the country. The region can anticipate another strong year in 2020, as national and international firms gain interest in Columbus’ skilled workforce, strategic location and emphasis on development.
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Oct 1, 2019
2019 Q3 Office Trends Report Columbus Colliers
The Columbus office market continued a strong year with 310,789 square feet of positive absorption in the third quarter. This marks the sixth consecutive quarter of positive absorption and the second consecutive quarter of absorption over six figures, proving the strength of the office sector. Due to consistent leasing activity, the vacancy rate continues to decline, dropping from 9.17 percent to 8.91 percent this quarter. Overall asking rates remain stable at $18.60 per square foot, with Class A rates holding at $20.91 per square foot. Internationally recognized occupiers were driving forces on the market this quarter, with Chipotle, Bank of America and WeWork all committing to office space around the region. According to The Kiplinger Forecast, U.S. GDP rose to 2 percent this quarter due to consumer spending and is expected to finish the year at 2.3 percent. With 2020 being an election year, GDP growth is expected to soften, dropping to around 1.8 percent. On a local scale, a tight labor market caused the Columbus unemployment rate to rise slightly from 3.4 percent to 3.7 percent. This rate is forecasted to remain stable in coming months, as the city is considered at “full employment” level. Central Ohio can expect consistent growth throughout the rest of the year, as tenants, investors and developers continue to take note of Columbus’ booming economy and first-class business landscape.
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Jul 2, 2019
2019 Q2 Office Trends Columbus Colliers
The Columbus office market experienced a boom in activity during the second quarter, posting 551,716 square feet of positive net absorption*. This marks the fifth consecutive quarter of positive absorption, demonstrating the growing strength of the office sector. The vacancy rate dropped from last quarter, declining from 9.51 percent to 9.17 percent as many large tenants occupied space around the area. Overall asking rates held steady at $18.71 per square foot. However, asking rates for Class A properties increased to $20.92 per square foot, with the CBD and New Albany submarkets seeing the largest upticks. The Kiplinger Forecast reports that the U.S. GDP grew 3.2 percent during the first half of the year but is expected to cool off throughout the coming months. Consumer spending grew by 2.5 percent in the second quarter, reversing the effects of the first quarter’s government shutdown. The unemployment rate in Columbus decreased from 4.2 percent to 3.4 percent this quarter– the lowest it has been since 2001. This rate isn’t expected to decline any further, as the city is considered around the “full employment” level in relation to the rest of the country. Throughout the rest of 2019, Central Ohio can anticipate continued interest from tenants and investors as the city experiences a period of unprecedented growth and development.
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Featured News

Featured News
May 15, 2018
Hertz Investment Group Announces New Office Leasing Team for Capital Square Building
Hertz Investment Group Announces New Office Leasing Team for Capital Square Building
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