With over 186 million square feet of multi-tenant office and industrial space, a diverse economic base, and the highest number of Fortune
Mark Reiling, Senior Vice President and Principal, Cassidy Turley
500 companies per capita, the Twin Cities offers significant opportunities in the commercial real estate market. Explore the challenges and opportunities in the commercial real estate investment market with Mark Reiling, Senior Vice President and Principal of Cassidy Turley.
During his 30 year career, Reiling has been involved in nearly every aspect of commercial real estate including brokerage, consultation, expert witness testimony, selling and leasing commercial properties, asset management, investor reporting, construction and permanent financing, market research, development, historic renovation and syndication. He has been an advisor to private and institutional investment property owners for their asset management plans and disposition strategies.
Reiling served as president of Colliers Towle Real Estate, one of Cassidy Turley’s predecessor companies, from 1987 to 2002. Operations included brokerage, property and facility management, appraisal, research and consulting services, and mortgage banking prior to 1994. Reiling started The Towle Report in 1984, the first comprehensive real estate report on the Minneapolis-St. Paul market. He continues to provide content to the report, now the Cassidy Turley Minneapolis Research Report. While serving as president of Towle Properties Inc. from 1983 to 1987, Reiling started the real estate investment company which has acquired, removed, and/or developed over $200 million of land, office, industrial, parking, housing and retail properties.
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