William Collins

Executive Vice Chair • United States

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William Collins

Executive Vice Chair • United States


William M. Collins has more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience focused primarily in the sale of commercial real estate office buildings and land in the Washington metropolitan area.

Bill works actively with institutional owners in the consultation and disposition of their real estate assets. During the past ten years, he has successfully completed more than $30 billion in investment property sales.

  • Investment Sales
  • Finance, Debt, and Equity
  • Land Acquisition & Disposition

  • Beacon Capital Partners
  • Boston Properties
  • Brookfield Properties
  • Clarion Partners
  • CIM
  • JBG Smith
  • MRP Realty
  • Normandy Real Estate
  • PGIM
  • Principal Financial Group
  • Stonebridge
  • TA Associates
  • TH Real Estate
  • Tishman Speyer Properties
  • Washington REIT

  • 1440 New York Avenue, Washington, DC - 214,093 SF - $254.5 million
  • 1111 19th Street, Washington, DC -- 271,369 SF - $203 million
  • Two Independence Square, Washington, DC -- 605,897 SF -$359.6 million
  • Pentagon Center, Arlington, VA -- 911,818 SF - $379.5 million
  • Three & Four Constitution Square, Washington, DC -- 842,464 SF - $495 million
  • 500 N Capitol Street, Washington, DC -161,939 SF - $230 million
  • 500 8th Street, Washington, DC - 325,426 SF - $319 million
  • Waterfront Station, Washington, DC - 639,546 SF - $356 million
  • Patriots Park, Herndon, VA - 723,667 SF - $320 million
  • Democracy Center, Bethesda, MD - 687,144 SF - $280.5 million
  • Sedona Slate Apartments - 474 Units - $220 Million
  • 1300 N 17th Street, Arlington, VA - 387,721 - $205 million
  • National Press Building, Washington, DC - 477,829 SF - $167.5 million
  • Senate Square Apartment, Washington, DC - 432 Units - $162.3 million

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