Rob Link Joins CBRE as Executive Vice President
Denver, CO – CBRE recently announced that Rob Link has joined the firm’s Denver office as Executive Vice President. Mr. Link is one of the top corporate real estate advisory professionals in the metro area. Now part of CBRE’s market-leading Transaction & Advisory Services | Occupier group, he will continue to focus on delivering compelling real estate strategy and driving business outcomes, including reducing costs, for corporate users in the professional services, legal and energy industries.
“I am thrilled to welcome Rob back to the CBRE team. He is one of the most respected corporate real estate professionals in Colorado and we are very pleased to have him back,” said Pete Schippits, senior managing director and Colorado market leader. “His experience as well as his depth and breadth of market knowledge will only serve to enhance CBRE’s reach and capabilities to ensure world class service and optimal outcomes for our clients throughout the Denver market and beyond.”
Back with CBRE after a successful 16-year stint with Savills Studley, where he was responsible for opening and leading the firm’s Denver office in addition to being one of its top producing professionals, Mr. Link will partner with Vice President Frederic da Loizaga and Senior Associate Ryan Link.
“I am very much looking forward to this second chapter with CBRE and I’m particularly excited about partnering with Frederic and Ryan,” said Mr. Link. “They are a formidable young team, and the combination of their 21st century talents and my years of experience should be a formula for much success.”
With more than 30 years of commercial real estate experience, Mr. Link has executed more than 21 million sq. ft. of lease and sale transactions and has represented some of the most notable corporate uses in the Denver market, including Polsinelli, Northwestern Mutual, and CH2M, among others. In 2008, he was honored with Denver Metro Commercial Association of Realtors’ Office Broker of the Year award.
Headshot courtesy of CBRE