Michael Bohorquez | Colliers International | Los Angeles - Downtown

Michael Bohorquez

Brokerage Vice President

License # 01870842

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Professional Summary

As a Vice President for Colliers based in the Downtown Los Angeles office, I have been part of the Rodriguez Bohorquez Retail Team since 2010. Our team is deeply involved in various product lines such as occupier services, landlord services and investment sales, all within the multicultural and Hispanic market. My individual focus is largely centered on landlord representation, which includes working with various different private and institutional investors on leasing and sales, as well as advising a number of regional and national brand retailers on strategic site selection.

Based in Los Angeles and active throughout the Southwestern United States, the Rodriguez Bohorquez Retail Team combines a dominant market share position, unmatched hyper-relevant market knowledge and in-depth analytics to source opportunities and drive value. This holistic approach empowers our clients to efficiently and effectively capitalize on opportunities at every stage of the real estate cycle. As a true knowledge-based brokerage team, our team actively emphasizes cultural intelligence to bring world-class insight and expertise to our clients and allows them to stay ahead of the curve in identifying optimal real estate solutions. As a result, our team’s knowledge in the area of Hispanic market trends are unmatched in the industry.

Prior to joining Colliers International in 2013, I graduated from USC in 2009 and spent time at CBRE as well as Marcus & Millichap. While at Marcus and Millichap, I focused on investment sales for retail properties and shopping centers in the San Fernando Valley. I also have experience with the Westfield Corporation where I was involved with property management of the Valencia Town Center.

When not working, I enjoy traveling and spending my free time with my wife, young daughter and friends, who will tell you that I’m am always up for a game of basketball.


  • Bachelors of Science in Business Administration (Double concentration in Real Estate Finance & International Business) - University of Southern California
  • Study Abroad Program; Business Administration - Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain

Memberships & Involvements

  • ICSC (International Council of Shopping Centers)
  • USC Alumni Association
  • ACRE (Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives of Southern California


Regency Centers, Northgate Gonzalez Market, Furst Enterprises, Kimco, FIG Holding Companies, Watt Companies, Vallarta Supermarkets, Duckett-Wilson Development, TRF Pacific, Vazin Real Estate Associates, Bilak Investments, Red Mountain Retail Group, Meta Housing Corporation, Griffin Property Management, World Oil Marketing Company, Avcogas, Cannon Commercial, Overton Moore Properties, Arroyo Seco Development Group, PPI Capital, AFC Commercial Real Estate Group, GDA Companies, Harvey Capital Corp, TELACU, Comstock Crosser & Associates, Milan Capital


Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Capital Markets, Occupier Services
Property Type

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