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Professional SummaryDoug Brawn joined Colliers International in 2001 after working with a successful internet company in Century City, California. Doug’s primary focus is currently in the leasing, sales, and investment sales of office buildings in the South Bay. Doug also has extensive experience in medical development, leasing, and sales. Doug’s work ethic, dedication, and personal nature have provided a wide range of clientele, including national corporations, local companies, developers, and landlords, with confidence and first-rate service.
· California Real Estate Journal “California Dealmaker” 2009
· Real Estate Forum “Top Brokers” 2009
· Rookie of the Year 2001
EducationBowdoin College, B.A.
ClientsHealthcare Services, Mattel, Toyota, Honeywell, The Amstar Group, Arden Realty, Mitre Corporation, ＂Legacy Partners, Atlas Pain Management, Raytheon Company
Seniors Housing Group
Jul 15, 20202020 Q2 Greater Los Angeles Basin Office Knowledge Report
Due to the uncertainty of the economic impact of COVID-19, leasing activity came to a halt as tenants reexamined their future business options, which could have an impact on their square footage footprints.Read More
Apr 16, 20202020 Q1 Greater Los Angeles Basin Office Knowledge Report
The Los Angeles Basin office market is comprised of 314.9 million square feet of multi-tenant office space in buildings 25,000 square feet or larger. It ranks as the third largest office market in the nation, following New York City and the Greater Washington D.C. area. Most of its space, 55%, was built in or after 1985, making it a relatively young market. It is also relatively decentralized, with only 11% of the space located within Downtown Los Angeles and 89% dispersed throughout the region. Low-rise buildings make up 40% of the space, followed by 31% in mid-rise buildings and 29% in high-rise structures.Read More
Jan 16, 20202019 Q4 Greater Los Angeles Basin Office Knowledge Report
The Los Angeles County office market recorded 316,200 square feet of net absorption. Construction deliveries of 823,300 square feet led to a rising vacancy rate of 14.6%. West Los Angeles accounted for 65% of the total demand for the quarter. Leasing activity, which dropped approximately 500,000 square feet from last quarter, recorded 3.3 million square feet. Receding activity from coworking firms and less activity overall led to this slide.Read More
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