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Commercial Real Estate in Tampa

We’ve Made Our Mark, on Both Sides of the Bay

Established in 1978, Cushman & Wakefield’s Tampa Bay office was the first commercial real estate services firm in the region. We’ve been market leaders ever since.

Tampa Bay has a thriving and expanding economy that is attractive to a wide variety of companies, including top tech, finance and logistics firms. The area consistently ranks as one of the nation’s top 10 markets for real estate investors due to its strong population and employment growth. Further, billions of dollars in infrastructure development have been deployed in recent years in the Tampa Bay region to manage current and future growth.

As Tampa Bay has grown on both sides of the bay, so have Cushman and Wakefield’s strengths and capabilities. With 250 professionals in a wide range of specialties, our experts combine deep local roots with our global platform to deliver innovative real estate solutions from the Gulf beaches to the I-4 Corridor, and around the globe.

We Leverage our Broad Capabilities to Provide Specific Solutions
Our team’s comprehensive scope of services is unmatched in Tampa Bay. This allows us to provide each client with a custom approach, tailored to their specific business priorities and company culture.

In Tampa Bay and throughout Florida, our offices consistently rank among the top brokerage firms and our property management portfolio is the largest in the state. Much of this success is owed to our culture of collaboration across service lines and markets. When you engage us, we’ll leverage our local, statewide and global resources, including innovative research, marketing and technology, to help you achieve your real estate goals.

Thinking beyond Tampa Bay?
Whether your portfolio extends beyond the Tampa Bay market, or you simply want to understand how global real estate trends can impact your strategy, we’re here to help. Benefit from market intelligence and insights drawn from Cushman & Wakefield’s 400 global offices in 70 countries.

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Meet the People

Mike Davis Tampa
Mike Davis

Vice Chair
Tampa, United States


+1 (813) 204-5331

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Richard Brugge Tampa
Rick Brugge

Executive Managing Director
Tampa, United States


+1 (813) 204-5365 x315365

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Featured Services

Agency Leasing
Strategic agency leasing ensures that your investment yields high value and long-term tenants whether for a signature property or portfolio.
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Asset Services
Managing office, retail or industrial property to reduce costs, mitigate risk, and enhance value—while providing superior tenant service.
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Capital Markets
Our capital markets teams leverage an integrated suite of investor services to deliver strategies to solve complex real estate challenges.
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Tenant Representation
Site selection and lease negotiations for occupiers of office, retail and industrial based on workplace and logistics strategies.
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Facilities Services
We are raising the value of facility services by creating safe and exceptional experiences for our clients, their occupants and our employees.
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Valuation & Advisory
Our Valuation & Advisory (V&A) group of 425+ professionals across the Americas deliver clients accurate, reliable valuations that guide smart equity and debt decisions in real-time.
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