Evan Warwick | Colliers International | Kansas City

Evan Warwick

Senior Vice President

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Professional Summary

Evan Warwick joined the firm in January 2001, specializing in the sale and leasing of office buildings, as well as tenant representation.  Prior to joining, Evan was one of the top salesmen for Cintas Corporation in the North Central group where he was instrumental in increasing sales volume.

Evan’s primary responsibilities include new business development, lease structure and negotiation, market analysis and financial analysis. Since joining the firm, Evan has represented a wide range of office tenants including law firms, technology companies, advertising firms and service companies in the Kansas City area.


Evan has leased more than 5 million square feet of space with a total transaction volume exceeding $150 million dollars.  He focuses the majority of his time on office transactions in the Downtown and Plaza areas.


Bachelor of Science in Business Management – Baker University

Licensed Real Estate Agent – Kansas and Missouri


Captial Electric, Center for Practical Bioethics, Deacy & Deacy, Embry & Company, Employers’ Health Service, Fresenius Medical Care, Geoff Howe International, Kauffman Foundation, McCowan-Gordon Construction, Mid-America Regional Council, NKH&W, Mitchell Capital Management, Muller + Company, National Kidney Foundation, ProPartners MD, Redfeam Law Firm, Soli Printing, St. Luke’s Medical, Women’s Employment Network, All State Insurance, Ogletree Deakins


Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation, Corporate Solutions
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