Colliers International Expands D.C. Operations
Washington, D.C., and Seattle--Colliers International has expanded its metro Washington, D.C.-based operations by launching a new office and introducing a regional property management practice.
Washington, D.C., and Seattle–Colliers International has expanded its metro Washington, D.C.-based operations by simultaneously launching a new office in Northern Virginia and introducing a regional property management practice. These measures are intended to bolster Colliers International’s presence in the region.
The new office will be located in McLean, Va., led by industry veteran Andrew Klaff, who formerly served as a senior level executive with Grubb & Ellis. Klaff will initially be supported by a four-person team. The new property management operation, which will be based in Colliers International’s existing office in downtown Washington, D.C., will manage a growing portfolio of commercial properties in the region.
Tim Hague, executive managing director of the firm’s metro Washington, D.C., region, says, “By launching a new office across the Potomac, we are accelerating our market-leading presence in the region.”