SEATTLE—Colliers International continues toattract top brokerage talent with the addition of DavidAbbott who joins the Colliers Seattleoffice as SVP. Abbott, formerly of Jones LangLaSalle, is moving to Colliers to partner with ColliersSVP, Greg Inglin and to pursue landlord agency andtenant business in the Seattle central business district. Abbotthas been one of the top Class A office brokers in the market overthe past six years representing numerous clients includingPrudential, UBS, Clarion Partners, Talon, Touchstone,Shorenstein, and Wright Runstad.

“We are extremely excited to have David at Colliers. Not only ishe one of the best office brokers in the Seattle market, but he hasa great reputation in the marketplace and with his clients. The wayhe approaches his business aligns perfectly with the culture thatwe have here at Colliers. He'll be a great addition to our team andwe believe the Abbott/Inglin team will be very successful togetherfor many years” says Bill Condon, managingdirector of the Seattle office.

Colliers has been in a significant growth mode recently havingadded 19 brokers in the past 18 months. “We are focused on addingbrokers that are great at what they do but also fit in with ourcollaborative and enterprising culture,” added Condon. “They comehere because they recognize that they can provide better service totheir clients working on the Colliers platform, and because thework environment here is outstanding.”

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