Marshall O'Keefe

Marshall O'Keefe

Associate Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

Marshall specializes in landlord and tenant representation for office space primarily in downtown Detroit and surrounding suburbs.

Prior to joining Colliers International, he spent 5 years managing the Bedrock Detroit office portfolio, totaling over 6 million square feet. Responsibilities included negotiating new leases, renewals and managing existing tenant relocations.  Marshall attributes his high levels of success to collaborating daily with construction, hospitality, marketing, legal, and finance professionals. His experience with all aspects of commercial real estate have led to a diverse skill set and a well-rounded understanding of his client’s needs. 

Marshall spent the first 8 years of his career in mortgage banking.  This knowledge base provides his clients yet another distinct advantage.

Accomplishments

Marshall has completed over 100 lease transactions.  On behalf of the Landlord, he has negotiated leases that set record-high rental rates on 10+ buildings in downtown Detroit.

He represented the landlord on several marquee office transactions in downtown Detroit including LinkedIn, UBS, Dow Jones/Wall Street Journal, Accenture and WeWork.

Memberships & Involvements

The Breakfast Program – St Andrews which serves the community by serving between 90 and 150 meals daily, 365 days a year.

The Greening of Detroit – a continuous mission to enhance the quality of life for Detroiters by planting trees, repurposing the land to create productive green spaces and rebuilding neighborhoods.

Services

Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Featured News
Nov 26, 2019
Detroit office of Colliers adds associate vice president
Colliers International Detroit has added Marshall O’Keefe as an associate vice president.
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