Scott MacLean | Colliers International | Portland

Scott MacLean

Senior Vice President

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About

Professional Summary

A Portland native, Scott specializes in industrial/flex leasing and sales throughout the Portland area, with a special focus on core areas including Northwest, Southeast and North/Northeast Portland. Over his career, Scott has represented many large tenants, including a 250,000 sf build-to-suit for Staples and the disposition of the Schnitzer Investment Portfolio, with 12 distribution buildings throughout the Portland area.

Scott has developed a significant amount of experience working with the redevelopment of older industrial buildings. In 2008, he represented Colgate-Palmolive when the company leased 160,000 sf in Rivergate. He also represented 24-7 in a lease with an option of redevelopment of a 46,000 sf building in Northeast Portland.

Some of Scott’s other notable transactions include the sale of a 75,000 sf building in Northwest Portland to Portland Bindery and Subotnik, and Sierra Construction’s purchase of 129,000 sf of land in close-in Northeast Portland and 44,000 sf of land on N. Interstate Avenue.

Accomplishments

Awards Scott has received include:

  • CoStar Power Broker
  • Commercial Association of Realtors - Oregon/SW Washington (CAR) Industrial Broker of the Year in 2008

Community involvement:

  • Portland Business Alliance Leadership Portland program - Class of 2008
  • Volunteer for Campfire USA
  • Working with the Clackamas School District to develop a real estate course for finance students
  • Friends of Zenger Farms - volunteer and advocate
  • Volunteers with Duniway School

Education

Portland State University
Bachelor’s degree

Memberships & Involvements

NAIOP, Commercial Association of Brokers of Oregon and SW Washington, Columbia Corridor Association

Services

Service Lines
Tenant Representation, Landlord Representation
Property Type
Industrial
Featured Research
Jul 8, 2020
Q2 2020 Portland Metro Industrial Report
Even though industrial assets are likely to experience the fewest negative repercussions from the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact will be uneven in the medium term. Lending remains a challenge, and construction schedules are delayed from supply chain issues. Owners with more cash in their property and tenants with operating reserves have a stronger position to withstand short-term revenue shortages.
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Apr 14, 2020
2020 Q1 Portland Metro Industrial Report
Industrial product across the Portland metro area displayed strong market fundamentals in Q1 2020.
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Jan 14, 2020
2019 Q4 Portland Metro Flex Report
Rents increased 5.7 percent from Q4 2018 to Q4 2019 across the Portland market, more here.
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