About the I-75 Advantage Team
We are seasoned professionals with more than 40 years of industrial commercial property experience. Whether we are working on marketing a property for lease or sale or helping our clients find a space to meet their needs, we believe that each client deserves the very best.
Meet the Team
Director of Client Relationships & Business Development
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Our team specializes in creating innovative advantages for our clients and their real estate needs. We are seasoned professionals with more than 40 years of industrial commercial property experience. Whether we are working on marketing a property for lease or sale or helping our clients find a space to meet their needs, we believe that each client deserves the very best.
With over 40 years of combined experience advising owners and occupiers of industrial properties in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Dayton
A strong network of contacts in rural second tier cities along the I-75 Corridor in Ohio and Kentucky
A majority of completed transactions included warehouse, distribution and manufacturing facilities of more than 100,000 SF
More than 350 transactions totaling more than 35 million SF and valued at over $370 million completed to date
Ongoing leadership involvement with SIOR (Society of Office & Industrial Realtors) an educational international association of 3,000 brokers, developers and investors
Leadership role in CSCMP (Counsel of Supply Chain Management Professionals)
Advisors you can trust
It's not what you do, but how you do it. Our team values transparency and trust above all else so you can feel the support you deserve.
We pride ourselves in being reliable. Our process is focus, disciplined, and repeatable. Just look at our track record and you'll see what we mean
World class resources
As an affiliate of Colliers International, we are part of a large, global organization with world-class capabilities, unbeatable geographic reach, and specialists that span all aspects of commercial real estate.
What We Do
We solve problems. By optimizing real estate holdings, many companies find opportunities to increase cash flow and decrease operating costs . Yet, optimizing real estate is hard because it is time consuming and many companies lack the internal resources and expertise to make real estate strategy an ongoing focus.
Leased real estate
Lease terms: Ensure leases are at or below fair market rate
Building size: Right-size buildings with current and expected future business needs
Building location: Find building locations that minimize transportation spend and improve labor availability
Owned real estate
Monetize assets when the building use is no longer the “highest and best.”
Find building locations that minimize transportation spend and improve labor availability