Kevin Curran | Colliers International | Newport News

Kevin Curran

First Vice President

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Kevin Curran is a First Vice President in brokerage services with a focus on development sites for a broad range of retail, industrial, medical, and other commercial uses as well as office, industrial and retail leasing and sales.

This process frequently incorporates not only site selection by data driven conclusions based on demographics, trends and traffic patterns, but also site entitlements, including environmental, storm water management, codes and rezoning issues where appropriate. After several years of leasing retail and office product in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia, Kevin relocated to Hampton Roads as Marketing Director for the Peninsula Economic Development Council. This post served as a valuable springboard for marketing the area’s systemic assets, and provided a wealth of corporate and municipal contacts for the transition to the private sector in sales and leasing. Nurturing long term client relationships, while developing new ones, is the hallmark of his service..


  • Master of Arts and Liberal Sciences, John Hopkins University
  • Executive Master of Business Administration, George Washington University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Mount St. Mary’s College
Featured Research
Apr 30, 2019
Norfolk Office Q1 2019 Marketview
Suburban office development is ramping up in the Norfolk market, as two large, long-term office projects are underway. On the Southside, the first phase of speculative (spec) office space at Summit Pointe began construction in February, which will bring 150,003 sq. ft. of Class A office space to the Greenbrier submarket. On the Peninsula, Building One at Tech Center of Oyster Point is expected to be delivered to market by May, which will bring 80,000 sq. ft. of Class A office space to the Oyster Point submarket. This is the most construction the Norfolk office market has seen since 2016.
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