ANTHONY ALBANESE

Commercial real estate occupancy is the result of employment, financial, an operational decision-making.  As such, Anthony ensures that his clients have access to world class local market insights, portfolio optimization, labor analytics, lease administration, state and local economic incentives, debt & equity financing, facilities management, and developer/construction oversite through project management.  Because of his holistic strategic approach Anthony is frequently looked to by his clients and peers for partnership on many of the largest and most complex real estate projects in Denver and beyond.

Anthony has focused on Denver and national tenant representation for over a decade.  Additionally, in 2013 Anthony co-founded the CBRE Energy Facilities Group (EFG), a North American practice group that he continues to lead today.

In 2015 Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock appointed Anthony to the Denver Urban Renewal Authority (DURA) Board of Directors for a 5-year term.  The City and County of Denver created DURA in 1958 to assist in the redevelopment of blighted property and help foster the sound growth and development of Denver.

Specialties: Strategic advising, multimarket accounts, commercial acquisitions and dispositions, sale/leasebacks, and build to suits.

Anthony earned his Bachelor of Science in Real Estate & Management from Ohio University.