Senior Property Manager
Susan Johnson has over fifteen years of commercial real estate experience and most recently as the Sr. Property Manager for the 411 East Wisconsin Center, a 700,000sf 30-story Class A office building in the downtown Central Business District. Prior to that, Susan worked for Transwestern Commercial Services as a Property Manager responsible for a portfolio of Class A office product, including Milwaukee Center, One Park Plaza, and numerous suburban assets throughout southeastern Wisconsin. Prior to joining Transwestern, Susan was employed by Great Lakes REIT where she managed both downtown, high rise office product and suburban product in the metro-Milwaukee area.
Prior to entering the commercial real estate industry, Susan was employed as a Regional Director of Operations for two Milwaukee-based firms.
Ms. Johnson has earned both the CPM and RPA designations and is a licensed real estate broker. She served multiple terms on the Board of BOMA-Wisconsin and is currently the Secretary/Treasurer of the local IREM Board. She is also an active board member for the Downtown Business Improvement District #21.
She has been a local BOMA TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year) award recipient at several of the properties she has managed and has also received the same award on both a regional and international level for the 411 East Wisconsin Center.
Voted the BOMA Property Manager of the Year in 2012. Voted the IREM CPM Candidate of the Year in 2010. Award the Downtown Placemaker Award from the BID #21 in 2017.
Ms. Johnson received her Bachelor’s Degree from the Mount Mary College.
Memberships & Involvements
IREM, BOMA, WI Realtors Association, National Realtors Association, BID #21 Board, Chair the BOMA Legislative Committee.
Tenant Services Coordinator
Maritza joined Colliers International as a Tenant Services Coordinato in 2017. She is dedicated to providing more 20 years of service to the tenants and building staff at 411 East Wisconsin Center - a 30-story office over 600,000 rentable square feet.