Paul Holland | Colliers International | Phoenix

Paul Holland

Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

As a vice president with the Arizona Retail Services Team with Colliers International, I specialize in the sale and leasing of retail properties, land acquisition and disposition, retail property disposition and retail development. I represent both landlords and tenants and place great value in establishing long-term relationships with my clients.

My platform of services includes property sales, lease negotiations, tenant representation, lease renewal and renegotiation, site evaluation and selection; demographic and market analysis, space planning, and negotiation of tenant improvement allowances. 

Working closely with landlords, I develop property leasing strategies that maximize operating income and minimize vacancies. To achieve my clients’ business and financial objectives, I carefully guide tenants through the process of identifying their requirements, site selection and lease negotiations.

As a skilled negotiator with in-depth knowledge of the marketplace, I am committed to helping clients make strategic real estate decisions for their businesses. Clients benefit from my 35 years of retail real estate experience.

I have specialized in retail properties since beginning my career in commercial real estate in 1983. My experience includes 14 years with Grubb & Ellis four years with Koll. In 1997, I joined Insignia/ESG, which was acquired by Colliers International in 2003.

Accomplishments

  • Ranked by Colliers International as one of the top 20 retail producers in the Greater Phoenix region and in the United States - 2008.

Education

  • Bachelor of Science, Business Marketing, Arizona State University

Memberships & Involvements

  • Arizona Retail Services Team | Colliers International
  • ICSC - International Council of Shopping Centers
  • Boys & Girls Club of Metro Phoenix

Clients

  • Communities Southwest
  • Kitchell Development Company
  • SunCor Development
  • Paulsen Properties
  • Evergreen Development
  • Safeway
  • Donahue Schriber

Services

Skills
Ground lease, Land Sales, Project Leasing, Shopping Centres
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Type
Retail

My Team

My Team

Featured Research
Jul 13, 2020
2020 Q2 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report
The Greater Phoenix retail market ended the second quarter on the upside. Regardless of the retail sector being hit the second hardest of all CRE industries (second to hospitality), the market managed to produce 14,134 square feet of positive absorption.
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Apr 28, 2020
2020 Q1 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report
Greater Phoenix retail market ended Q1 strong and healthy with 125,641 SF of net absorption. Vacancy dropped 10 bps over the past 12 months but increased 10 bps over the quarter to current 7.3%. Retail delivered over 312,000 SF. Rents climbed 2.2% over the past 12 months, with asking rents rising to $15.07 PSF.
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Oct 11, 2019
2019 Q3 Greater Phoenix Retail Market Report
Despite retail’s rough waters on a more national level, the Greater Phoenix retail market continues to perform. Retail vacancy overall remains below 10 percent at its current 7.0 percent. Rents ticked higher in the third quarter with asking rents ending at $15.40 PSF, up 3.2 percent from one year ago.
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Featured News
Jul 20, 2020
Greater Phoenix retail market remained healthy in Q2 2020
Colliers International reports the Greater Phoenix retail market finished Q2 2020 with positive net absorption, despite the impact of pandemic business interruptions. Vacancy remained healthy, but experts look towards the second half of the year to determine the long-term effects of COVID-19.
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Oct 22, 2019
Greater Phoenix retail market healthy despite national retail struggles
Colliers International reports the Greater Phoenix retail real estate market is performing well, despite the national trend of retail struggles. Overall vacancy of retail space in the metro area was approximately 7 percent at the end of third quarter.
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