Kyle Mahoney

Kyle Mahoney

Associate

License # SL3371890

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About

Professional Summary

Kyle Mahoney joined Colliers in January of 2017 as an Associate of Retail Services in the Tampa Bay Area. Kyle is directed by accomplished brokers, Jim Kovacs and Tyler Peterson CCIM, specializing in Tenant Representation. Kyle focuses on tracking and studying market trends demographics for his clients, as well as pursuing and facilitating sale and lease transactions.

 

Accomplishments

Kyle Mahoney began his real estate career with several internships spanning his Junior and Senior year at The University of Tampa. Working with Equity Investment Services and Greenleaf Capital, Kyle assisted with property acquisition, construction management, and market research for the Tampa Bay area. Kyle earned his real estate license his senior year, while attending one of the top business schools in the state of Florida.

Education

University of Tampa – B.S. in Entrepreneurship

Graduated with a degree in Entrepreneurship as well as being an active member in the entrepreneurship club, Kyle provides fresh, innovative ideas to one of the top producing retail tenant representation teams in Florida.

 

 

Memberships & Involvements

ICSC Member

University of Tampa Board of Counselors

Clients

Kyle is currently assisting in site selection for many of the team’s clients such as: First Watch, For Eyes, Verizon, Burger King, Ashley Furniture Industries, Rack Room Shoes, Banfield Pet Hospital and more.

Services

Skills
Consultancy Services
Service Lines
Tenant Representation
Property Types
Retail

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
Apr 29, 2020
Challenges Ahead, Opportunities Will Arise
The first quarter of 2020 will forever be marked as one of the most dynamic quarters in history for the retail market in greater Tampa Bay. As the 2020 year began, activity throughout (sales, leasing, construction) remained brisk, with submarkets like South Tampa, Saint Petersburg and Wesley Chapel having experienced increased demand and activity. The food and beverage segment of retail was the driving force behind much of the activity. Interest rates were at near all-time lows, providing cost-effective financing that helped to bolster and carry on the 10-year record growth experienced throughout Tampa. Unemployment in the region, the lowest in recent history and well below the national average, was championed by many in the local market.
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