Nick Unkhoff

Nick Unkhoff


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Professional Summary

Nick Unkhoff is an Associate with the firm's Institutional Investment Group and assists with all investment advisory related tasks, including analysis of potential opportunities,  market research, marketing and transaction management.  Since joining the firm in 2016, Nick has been involved in the successful closing of more than $500 million in  sales transactions throughout  primary US markets and across the office, industrial and retail product classes.  

As a native German,  Nick plays a key role in  the group's dealings with European, and specifically German business connections.


Universität zu Köln - University of Cologne  (M.Ed.)

Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln - German Sport University (M.Ed.)



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Capital Markets
Property Types
Hotel, Industrial, Office, Retail

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Jan 16, 2020
2019 Q4 Greater Los Angeles Basin Office Knowledge Report
The Los Angeles County office market recorded 316,200 square feet of net absorption. Construction deliveries of 823,300 square feet led to a rising vacancy rate of 14.6%. West Los Angeles accounted for 65% of the total demand for the quarter. Leasing activity, which dropped approximately 500,000 square feet from last quarter, recorded 3.3 million square feet. Receding activity from coworking firms and less activity overall led to this slide.
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Jan 16, 2020
2019 Q4 Greater Los Angeles Basin Retail Knowledge Report
National retail and food services sales for November increased by 0.3% compared to one year ago. Although consumer confidence fell in December, overall confidence remains at historically favorable levels. The strong work force is a key contributor in consumer confidence.
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2019 Q4 Greater Los Angeles Downtown Office Knowledge Report
As 2020 begins, Downtown L.A. vacancy is expected to contract slightly as positive demand in the new future counters new construction deliveries. The market will see some bumps in vacancy as build-out times continue to expand and push anticipated occupancies further into the future. Interest from out-of-market tenants persists, especially in the media and technology industries, and has helped legitimize parts of Downtown Los Angeles as a competitor to markets such as Hollywood and Silicon Beach. However, the delivery of a slate of new projects in the Greater Downtown/Arts District submarket might outweigh that potential demand, and has already shown signs of weighing down rental rate growth in the short-term.
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