Nick Dessalines | Colliers International | Boston

Nick Dessalines

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Professional Summary

Mr. Dessalines joined Colliers International in 2020 where he is currently a Research Analyst. Mr. Dessalines’ responsibilities include analyzing and identifying market trends, working with brokerage teams on multiple client-related projects and initiatives, preparing quarterly market reports, and supporting the leasing and Capital Markets teams with various property and market level research.

Mr. Dessalines has worked in the real estate industry since his undergraduate days at Stonehill College. Prior to joining Colliers, Mr. Dessalines was a Brokerage Intern at CBRE in 2017 and then, upon graduation the following year, Mr. Dessalines joined JLL as a Data Analyst where he focused on tracking the Boston, Massachusetts and Hartford, Connecticut real estate markets.


Stonehill College | Bachelor of Arts, Economics


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Featured Research
Jan 20, 2021
2020 Q4 Lab Viewpoint Report Boston Colliers
Greater Boston’s lab market posted another year of strong growth. Total positive absorption of 1.2 million SF marked just the fifth time in the past 20 years that absorption topped one million SF.
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Jan 5, 2021
2020 Q4 Market Viewpoint Report Boston Colliers
Rising vacancies, increased sublease space, softening rents, and a focus on life science sum up market conditions in Boston at the end of the year.
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Oct 30, 2020
2020 Q3 Industrial Viewpoint Report Boston Colliers
The Greater Boston Industrial market continues to buck the trend of office, posting another up quarter in Q3. With solid absorption, continued development, and sustained rental rates, industrial joins lab as the top performing asset classes in the region. E-commerce users have driven growth in the market through 2020 and have been bolstered by life science demand. 3PL and e-commerce operations have shown a constant demand for space in the market having targeted new high clear height development as well as conversions of older product, this has caused much of the new product to lease up prior to delivery which has kept vacancy low and the market competitive. The ever present and ever growing life science industry in Greater Boston has been expanding demand beyond traditional office and lab space having new requirements for GMP space and being highly competitive for properties with sewer access and updated utility infrastructure. With a growing demand base and largely committed development pipeline, the industrial market continues to build on its fundamentals and cement itself as a top preforming asset class.
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