Senna De La Cruz | Colliers International | Los Angeles - El Segundo

Senna De La Cruz



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Professional Summary

Since joining Colliers in 2017, I have focused on the representation of major tenants and landlords both locally and nationally. My advisory approach allows me to consider all of my clients operational goals to educe a unique supply chain and distribution network solution. My team and I are able to consult our clients on all aspects of their real estate needs: occupancy cost reduction, procurement, disposition, lease renewals, transaction management, expansion, etc.


University of Arizona  - Eller College of Management,  2017

  • Bachelor's of Science Degree - Business Marketing 

Memberships & Involvements

Harbor Trucking Association (HTA), AIR, Costar, Loopnet 


Business Development, Distribution Centres, Lease Advisory, Transactions Services, Warehouses
Service Lines
Landlord Representation, Tenant Representation
Property Type

My Team

My Team

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Oct 15, 2020
2020 Q3 Greater Los Angeles Industrial Knowledge Report
Uneven Rebound Underway In Greater L.A.
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Jul 15, 2020
2020 Q2 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report
The Los Angeles Basin industrial market is the largest in the United States, totaling more than 1.6 billion square feet. It has been characterized by some of the highest asking rates and lowest vacancy rates of any market in the nation.
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2020 Q1 Colliers Greater Los Angeles Basin Industrial Knowledge Report
The Los Angeles Basin boasts the largest industrial base in the nation, comprising 1.6 billion square feet in buildings 10,000 square feet and greater. It is a relatively decentralized market, with only 20% of the space located in Central Los Angeles and 80% dispersed throughout the region. Los Angeles and Orange counties are fairly built out and mostly infill markets, while the Inland Empire remains the last expansion area for industrial space in the region. The industrial market is beginning to mature, particularly in Los Angeles and Orange counties, as 60% of the buildings in the L.A. Basin are greater than 20 years old.
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