Kevin OKeefe | Colliers International | Norfolk - Main

Kevin OKeefe

Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary

Kevin O'Keefe specializes in both tenant and landlord representation, as well as investment and end user sales for Colliers Virginia.   With 17 years experiences, Kevin has the ability to provide clients with market knowledge, including the latest market inventory, rental rates and general market conditions in Hampton Roads.  He is responsible for leasing over one million square feet of shopping center properties in the Hampton Roads region, as well as performing market analysis, site selection, and contract negotiation for various local, regional and national retailers. 


  • Greenbrier Marketcenter 376,355 SF Target/Harris Teeter
  • Tanglewood Village/Shoppes at Tanglewood 183,778 SF Walmart Anchored Leasing
  • Edinburgh Commons 183,778 SF Target Anchored Leasing
  • Strawbridge Marketplace 158,829 SF Regal Cinemas/Farm Fresh
  • Great Bridge Shopping Center 157,266 SF Kroger Anchored
  • Warwick Denbigh Shopping Center 142,248 SF Save-A-Lot/Big Lots
  • Smithfield Shopping Plaza 134,664 SF Kroger Anchored Leasing
  • Bennett’s Creek Crossing 120,750 SF Harris Teeter Anchored
  • Mount Pleasant Marketplace 112,621 SF Kroger Anchored
  • Las Gaviotas Shopping Center 90,905 SF Food Lion Anchored
  • Harbour View Marketplace 84,000 SF Harris Teeter Anchored
  • K&K Square 70,778 SF Harris Teeter Anchored
  • Belk 67,000 SF Retail/Lease
  • Ghent Station 51,970 SF Fresh Market Anchored
  • Volvo Parkway Shopping Center 49,274 SF Shopping Center/Leasing
  • The Promenade at Cedar 46,500 SF Retail/Lease
  • Shoppes at Tanglewood 43,000 SF Retail/Lease
  • Volvo Parkway Shopping Center 41,874 SF Retail/Lease
  • Ollie’s 37,437 SF Retail/Lease
  • Big Lots, Dam Neck  35,000 SF Retail/Lease
  • Big Lots, Chesapeake Square 31,127 SF Retail/Lease
  • The Shops at Chesapeake Square 25,000 SF Retail/lease
  • Burke’s Outlet 17,797 SF Retail/Lease
  • Party City 14,000 SF Retail/Lease
  • Dollar Tree 10,000 SF Retail/Lease
  • Chili’s 7,558 SF Restaurant/Lease
  • Panera Bread 4,500 SF Restaurant/Lease
  • South Plaza Trail Investment Property Sale
  • Shoppes at Plantation Woods Investment Property Sale
  • Country Club Shoppes Investment Property Sale
  • 119 W. Tazewell Street Investment Property Sale
  • 2100 Power Plant Pkwy (La Parrilla) Investment Property Sale
  • 6600 Virginia Beach Blvd Investment Property Sale
  • Mount Pleasant Marketplace (Rite Aid) 1.6 Acres Sale
  • Bennett’s Creek Crossing (Zenith Bank) 1.3 Acres Sale
  • Hampton Roads Crossing (Village Inn) 1.3 Acres Sale
  • Bennett’s Creek Crossing (AutoZone) 1.2 Acres Sale
  • Bennett’s Creek Crossing (Bojangles) 1.0 Acres Sale
  • Mount Pleasant Marketplace (Dunkin Donuts) 0.5 Acres Sale


  • Bachelor of Arts in Marketing, Old Dominion Universitty
  • Licensed Real Estate Salesperson, Virginia and North Carolina
  • Completed with Distinction the Executive Retail Fundamentals and Strategy course - Retail Insight - offered by the Terry J. Lundgren Center for Retailing at the University of Arizona

Memberships & Involvements

  • CCIM, 101,102 & 103
  • Member, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
  • Member, National Association of Realtors
  • Member, HRACRE
  • Commercial Real Estate Council Member and Award Winner, 2005-2017
Featured Research
Jan 15, 2020
Norfolk Retail Q4 Marketview
Multiple Large Deliveries Highlight Strong Activity Within Norfolk Retail Market in 2019
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May 15, 2019
Norfolk Retail Q1 2019 Marketview
Market Overview The Norfolk retail market showed slight increases in vacancies throughout Q1 2019, ending the quarter with 207,908 sq. ft. of negative net absorption, which raised the vacancy rate 30 bps (basis points) to 5.9%. Average asking rents (NNN) ended Q1 2019 at $13.34 across all product types, which is a slight decrease of $0.30 quarter-over-quarter, however an increase of $0.77 year-over-year. Market rents have been increasing since the recession, and that trend is expected to continue in the near future. With the upcoming deliveries of IKEA and Wegmans, the area is showing that it can be attractive to selective, high-quality retailers. Both of these retailers are known for providing high-quality experiences within their stores, despite their products being the main drivers of business. They highlight the growing trend of experiential retail, which will likely continue gaining popularity as brick-and-mortar continues to evolve.
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