Josh May

Josh May

B.Sc

Senior Vice President

License # 01386831

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About

Professional Summary

Prior to joining Colliers International's South Bay Office in 2010 as Associate Vice President, Joshua worked with the Grubb & Ellis Company's South Bay Office as Associate Vice President of the Industrial Services Division. Joshua has become an expert in tenant and owner representation.

In the last seven years, Joshua has developed an expertise of commercial real estate in the South Bay with a focus on multi-tenant properties. Over the last 7 years, he has achieved consistent success achieving "Top 10 South Bay Industrial Producer" for Grubb & Ellis.

Accomplishments

Grubb & Ellis

* 2006 #7 Top Producer

* 2007 #8 Top Producer

* 2008 #6 Top Producer

* 2009 Top 5 Broke4rs LA Metro region

Education

University of California, Santa Cruz

Bachelor of Science

Business Management

Economics

Memberships & Involvements

Real Estate Salesperson License, Association of Industrial Realtors (AIR), NAIOP

Clients

Transwestern, RiverRock, Westport Realty, The Koll Company

Services

Skills
Lease Advisory
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Featured Research
Jan 16, 2020
2019 Q4 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report
Vacancy fell 10 basis points this quarter to 2.2% due to limited construction completions and growing industrial demand. Asking rents have increased $0.01 per square foot (PSF) triple net (NNN) to $0.81. This is a record rate for the Greater Los Angeles Basin, and the pace of rent growth has increased.
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Oct 15, 2019
2019 Q3 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report
Vacancy fell 10 basis points this quarter to 2.2% due to limited construction completions and growing industrial demand. Asking rents have increased $0.01 per square foot (PSF) triple net (NNN) to $0.81. This is a record rate for the Greater Los Angeles Basin, and the pace of rent growth has increased.
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Jul 15, 2019
2019 Q2 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report
Vacancy fell 10 basis points to 2.5% due to limited construction completions and growing industrial demand this quarter. Asking rents have increased $0.02 per square foot (PSF) triple net (NNN) to $0.80. This is a record rate for the Greater Los Angeles Basin and the pace of rent growth has increased.
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