About

Professional Summary

Tony D’Ambrosio has over 15 years experience in commercial real estate acquisitions, dispositions, research & analysis, and marketing and has personally executed over 100 shopping center investment sale transactions across the Southeast United States.

 

 

Accomplishments

After receiving a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning, he began his career as a real estate research analyst, and quickly became Director of Research at Realticorp, a commercial investment fund in Greenville, SC.  He then moved on to co-found St. James Capital, a private real estate investment firm where he served as Director of Investments and was responsible for managing all aspects of the commercial real estate investment cycle, from acquisition to asset management and disposition.  He focuses strictly on the sale of shopping centers throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions, and is consistently among the top producing shopping center Investment Sales brokers at Colliers nationwide.

  • Recipient of the Atlanta Commercial Board of Realtors L. Frederick Glass award as the top producing commercial broker in Atlanta under the age of 35.
  • National Chairman of the Colliers Retail Investment Group.
  • Member of Colliers’ elite group of Investment Specialists, CISG.
  • Member of the National Retail Steering Committee for Colliers.
  • Consistently among the top 10 Retail Investment Sales Professionals within all of Colliers North America.

Services:

  • Investment Services / Capital Markets

Education:

University of Florida

Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning

Bachelor of Arts

Memberships & Involvements:

International Council of Shopping Centers

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