BOSTON—The first quarter numbers towards the end of the two-year pandemic is a good indicator of a healthy commercial real estate market in Greater Boston.
In an exclusive video interview with Boston Real Estate Times, Jeffrey Myers, Research Director at Colliers Boston, discusses key finding from the 2022 First Quarter report produced by his team.
To watch the full interview, please click here, or on the image below.
As Research Director, Mr. Myers leads the research operation of the Boston office of Colliers. A 20-year industry veteran, Mr. Myers brings an extensive commercial real estate background that includes expertise in city planning, market research, landlord representation and more.
Since joining Colliers in September 2021, he has focused on synthesizing real estate, demographic, and economic variables to support brokers and provide clients with strategic and actionable insights. In addition to tracking and analyzing pertinent trends, Mr. Myers leads the production of quarterly reports highlighting activity in the market.
Prior to joining Colliers, Mr. Myers held the position of Deputy Director of Portfolio & Asset Management at Massport, the port authority in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. During his time with the organization, he and his team managed 9+ million square feet of commercial real estate across 500 acres. Jeff was heavily involved in lease negotiations, leasing strategies, tenant relations and market research to aid stakeholders by providing critical information needed for their decision-making processes.
Before joining Massport, Mr. Myers spent more than 11 years as a consultant and real estate economist at CoStar Portfolio Strategy. While there he developed extensive knowledge of the commercial real estate business as well as strong skills in client engagement and industry analysis. During his tenure with CoStar, Jeff provided strategic advice to institutional real estate investors across multiple sectors and geographies. Jeff also has municipal city planning experience in Indiana and Georgia.