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About Bryan Rush

For the past 15 years, I have been working with businesses here in the Puget Sound Region. For the past 5 years, I have been all of my professional time as commercial real estate broker focusing exclusively on representing tenants. My office is located downtown Seattle.  Because of my exclusivity to tenants of office space, my clients receive advice that is conflict-free.  I devote one-hundred percent of my allegiance to them.  

It is extraordinary the number of lease agreements I have negotiated where the contract language is heavily biased toward the landlord, leaving the tenant exposed to unnecessary risks.  In addition to locating the perfect space for my clients, my goal is to negotiate excellent economics and limit their lease contract exposure.

The tenants I represent are wide-ranging in their areas of specialty.  Some of the industries include: Technology, Software, Architecture & Design, Law, Accounting, Banking, Media, Advertising, Start-Ups, Retail, Furniture, Creative, Real Estate, Engineering, Health, Life Sciences and nonprofit entities.

Colliers International is the firm where I am licensed.  It is one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the world.  This is an advantage for all of my clients with offices in multiple cities. Locally, we have offices in Seattle and Bellevue.  Our physical office space is open, and fosters an environment of sharing information freely between each other. Our culture is collaborative, where office professionals share market information formally and informally. This results in the best of all worlds and our clients benefit from this as they are receiving the best information available on the market today.

Before entering into the commercial real estate industry, I spent ten years in a business development role providing technology services and products to every type of company you can imagine. The handful of employers I used to work for include small to medium business as well as Fortune 500 companies. 

Personally, my wife and I live in the Seattle neighborhood of Ballard and enjoy the local restaurants as well as access to the Puget Sound.  In my spare time, you might find me kitesurfing year round in the waters of the Puget Sound and Lake Washington. I also enjoy traveling, snowboarding and cycling.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Biology
Central Washington University
1992 - 1997