Steve Lindley

Executive Director • United States

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Steve Lindley

Executive Director • United States


Steve Lindley works in the Capital Markets Group for Cushman & Wakefield, representing sophisticated national and regional investor clients in acquisitions, dispositions, financing and development of office, industrial and mixed-use properties in Arizona. He has 30 years of experience, with sales completed exceeding $2.7 billion.

Prior to Cushman & Wakefield, Steve worked in the capital markets groups for national commercial real estate services companies including Grubb & Ellis, Trammell Crow, and Insignia/ESG. He brings Wall Street experience to his capital markets practice, working in the 1980s at the New York City headquarters of investment bank Drexel Burnham Lambert.

Steve enjoys actively exploring and promoting ideas and issues facing cities and communities in Arizona and beyond, including the intersection between creativity and place, and serves on the Urban Land Institute’s National Placemaking Product Council.

A San Diego native, Steve is a graduate of Arizona State University with a degree in Finance. He is a committee chair for Phoenix Metro Urban Young Life, and an elder at Valley Presbyterian Church. Steve is married to his wonderful wife, Victoria, has two children, and enjoys great food, craft beer, exploring new places, and adventures with family and friends.

  • Member, National Placemaking Product Council, Urban Land Institute
  • Chair, ULI 2D Community Mural Project
  • Mentor, Partnership Forum, Urban Land Institute Arizona
  • Member, Phoenix Community Alliance
  • Member, NAIOP
  • Former chair, Programs Committee, Urban Land Institute Arizona
  • Former advisory board member, AIA Metro Phoenix
  • Committee Chair, Phoenix Metro Urban Young Life
  • Elder, Valley Presbyterian Church

  • Aegon USA Realty Advisors
  • AEW Capital Management
  • BH Properties
  • Birtcher Anderson
  • Bridge Investment Group
  • Buchanan Street Partners
  • Clarion Partners
  • Cypress Office Properties
  • DCT Industrial
  • DPC Development Company
  • Drawbridge Realty
  • Holualoa Companies
  • Invesco
  • LBA Realty
  • Lincoln Property Company
  • MetLife
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Oaktree Capital Management
  • Principal Global Investors
  • Prologis
  • PS Business Parks
  • Regent Properties
  • Stockbridge Capital Partners
  • TA Associates
  • Trammell Crow Company
  • ViaWest Group

  • Broadway 101, Mesa – 808,419-SF class A multi-tenant industrial sale – $77 million
  • Rio West Business Park, Tempe – 296,663-SF class A office sale – $63.4 million
  • PS Business Park Portfolio, Metro Phoenix – 678,886-SF industrial park sale – $54.4 million
  • Camelback Collective, Phoenix – 211,000-SF office-hotel development debt-equity – $52.5 million
  • Quattro, Phoenix – 264,994-SF Class A flex office – $43.5 million
  • Park Central, Phoenix – 337,363-SF office-retail redevelopment debt-equity – $34.4 million
  • 90 Mountain View, Scottsdale – 183,644-SF Class A office sale – $34.6 million
  • PayPal Scottsdale, Scottsdale – 92,562-SF Class A net-leased office building sale – $30.5 million
  • Valley Commerce Center, Phoenix – 217,434-SF Class A office sale – $28 million
  • Hayden Station, Tempe – 106,225-SF urban infill mixed-use office/retail sale – $26.5 million
  • Tempe Warehouse Portfolio, Tempe – 355,371-SF distribution/warehouse sale – $26.5 million
  • Presson Southeast Valley Portfolio, 312,155 SF multi-tenant industrial sale – $26.5 million
  • Tempe Industrial Portfolio, Tempe – 305,524-SF multi-tenant industrial sale – $24.2 million
  • DMC Portfolio, Chandler/Tempe – 230,524-SF office/industrial portfolio sale – $22.9 million
  • Desert Canyon 300, Phoenix – 149,211-SF single-tenant Class A office – $22.5 million
  • Kachina Business Park, Tempe – 202,941-SF multi-tenant industrial sale – $19.1 million
  • Security Title Plaza, Phoenix – 219,032-SF urban infill office tower sale – $18 million
  • Amazon Last Mile Warehouse, Tucson – 49,500-SF distribution center sale –- $17.7 million
  • Northwest Business Center, Phoenix – 227,603-SF multi-tenant industrial sale – $17.3 million
  • 1001 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix – 97,588-SF urban infill office tower sale – $15.25 million
  • Southwest Products Building, Surprise – 167,291-sf industrial sale/leaseback – $15 million
  • MassMutual Black Canyon, Phoenix – 95,389-SF single-tenant office sale – $14.5 million

  • Bachelor of Science, Finance, Arizona State University