Gina Kline | Colliers International | Jacksonville

Gina Kline

Associate

License # SL3240158

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About

Professional Summary

Kline's commercial real estate adventures began over a decade ago. Specializing in the retail sector, her team focuses on tenant representation and asset disposition. A deep understanding of  research, marketing, GIS storytelling as well as a background in retail management, investment advisory service, and small business ownership, bring an entrepreneurial spirit of creativity and determination to her deal making. Proud to be part of the Gator Nation, she received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in 2010 from the University of Florida.  Go Gators!

Education

University of Florida, BS Business Administration, 2010

University of Central Florida, MA Instructional System Design & Technology, Candidate 2020

Services

Service Lines
Research, Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Type
Retail, Land

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
Jul 8, 2020
Q2 2020 Northeast Florida Retail Market Report
The state of the retail market in Jacksonville – as with most other markets across the country – is tentative. For now, vacancy and market rent remain largely unchanged. Grocers, drug stores, home improvement operations and even some restaurants that have been able to pivot to takeout models are thriving
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Apr 13, 2020
2020 Q1 Northeast Florida Retail Market Report
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to trigger substantial economic interruption in Jacksonville. The course of the economy in Jacksonville and the retail market is contingent on how the outbreak progresses and how much longer the control policies such as social distancing need to be in place.
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Dec 12, 2019
2019 Q3 Northeast Florida Retail Market Report
Brick and mortar retail is not dead — far from it. Northeast Florida’s retail market continues to perform at a very high level. Vacancy in the market currently stands at 3.9%, an all-time low. Market rent also continues to move solidly upward. It now stands at $18/square foot, which is almost 5% higher than this time last year. These vacancy and rent growth statistics closely match those of the vaunted industrial marketplace in Jacksonville (difference in macro headwinds notwithstanding).
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