Kyle Ghiloni

Kyle Ghiloni


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Professional Summary

Kyle M. Ghiloni is a member of the Columbus Industrial Team at Colliers International along with Michael  Linder, SIOR, Shane  Woloshan, SIOR, Joel Yakovac, SIOR, Jonathan Schuen, SIOR  and Molly Crosby.  Kyle provides a unique level of experience having been mentored by the Columbus Industrial Team for three years prior to his college graduation. Kyle’s persistence and desire to learn adds yet another dimension to a team of seasoned real estate advisors.

Kyle began his stint at Colliers as a Brokerage intern in 2016. He continually earned extensions by proving himself as a valuable asset to the team. Once Kyle recieved his license he began prospecting and bringing deals to the team; completing some on his own. His effectiveness in prospecting and attention to detail led to his promotion to Brokerage Associate two years prior to recieving his Bachelor’s degree. In June 2019, Kyle offically joined the Industrial Services Group as a Broker in Training.


Argus Enterprise Software certified - 2019


The Ohio State University
Bachelor of Business Administration
Real Estate and Urban Analysis
Fisher College of Business

Licensed Real Estate
Salesperson: OH

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Featured Research

Featured Research
Jan 2, 2020
2019 Q4 Industrial Trends Report Columbus Colliers
The Columbus industrial market finished 2019 with year-to-date net absorption* of 5,254,378 square feet, despite recording 126,048 square feet of negative absorption in the fourth quarter. This marks the first quarter of negative net absorption of the year, due to a record number of projects under construction but only three completions. Strong leasing activity and completed build-to-suit warehouses are expected to drive absorption positive in the first half of 2020. Vacancy increased slightly to 4.61 percent but is 24 basis points lower than it was at the end of last year, demonstrating steady growth in the industrial sector. Overall asking rates held steady at $3.51 per square foot, with rates for warehouse/distribution properties reaching $3.32 per square foot. In the fourth quarter, international retailers and 3PL providers were driving forces on the Central Ohio market, as Gap, Hollingsworth Logistics, Walmart and FedEx collectively took 800,000 square feet of space throughout the area. Demand for state of the art warehouse space propelled construction activity to 9.7 million square feet - the most there has ever been underway at once. 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. GDP grew at 2.1 percent this year but is expected to soften slightly to 1.7 percent due to an upcoming election year. The industrial market can anticipate sustained growth in the future, as tenants, investors and developers continue to recognize Columbus as an international logistics hub.
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