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Commercial Real Estate Sponsor

Commercial Real Estate Sponsor

STRATEGIC OFFICE,
RETAIL AND INDUSTRIAL
REAL ESTATE EXPERTS

Ted Carlson, SIOR, CCIM
(612) 812-7788 mobile
4530 West 77th Street, Suite 365
Edina, MN 55435
tedcarlson@carlson-commercial.com

Timothy L. Olsen,  SIOR
Senior Vice President
Tenant Representation
(651) 558-1400 mobile
4530 West 77th Street, Suite 365
Edina, MN 55435
timolsen@carlson-commercial.com
www.carlson-commercial.com

WHO IS CARLSON PARTNERS:

Carlson Partners was founded in 2011 with the singular purpose of delivering unparalleled results for organizations through an entrepreneurial mind-set, yet a very disciplined strategic approach to commercial real estate.

Our clients know they have a trusted advocate on their side, because we only consult with and represent businesses (occupiers)—not landlords.

We enjoy creating solutions for clients, and our long-term outlook has generated very close relationships.  Carlson Partners manages lease relocations, lease renewals, renovations, lease restructures, property dispositions and acquisitions. 

KEY FACT ABOUT CARLSON PARTNERS:

  • Year Founded: 2011
  • Privately Owned: Amy Carlson, Ted Carlson, Tim Olsen
  • Office Locations: Edina and Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Number of Employees: Eight
  • Core Business: Real Estate (Occupier/Buyer Representation)
  • Market Coverage: Minnesota, the Americas and Internationally

FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE TO MEASURE SUCCESS:

For each assignment, we focus on comparing current state (what the client is paying in rent per square foot and full-time equivalent) to future state and look to reduce occupancy costs on both fronts.

We recommend utilization of a KPI scorecard as a method of measuring performance. The following areas of financial impact will be incorporated into the project reporting process:

  • Gap-Adjusted Gross Rent
  • Relocation Costs
  • Gross Occupancy CostS per Square Foot per year
  • Gross Occupancy Costs per Full Time Equivalent (FTE)
  • Furniture Systems: Buy vs. Lease Analysis
  • Tenant Improvements: Landlord Funded vs. Occupier Funded Financial Impact