With CBRE since 2013, Dylan is an integral member of the team led by Rob Waller and Patrick Amos focusing on creative, entertainment, new-media and studio related leasing and sales. Utilizing his strong analytical background, Dylan supports the team in all aspects of the transaction and advisory services provided to their clients. Dylan’s background in Asset Services and as a Research Analyst, allows him to provide his clients a unique blend of expertise in market research and trends, operating and occupancy costs and long-term strategic planning.
Prior to his current role, Dylan worked in CBRE’s Asset Services line on the largest account by revenue in Southern California managing approximately 2.4 million square feet in one of Los Angeles’ premier trophy assets. Dylan was recruited to work on this account following his exceptional performance as the lead CBRE Research Analyst for the West Los Angeles and Hollywood-Wilshire Corridor markets where he was responsible for the day-to-day tracking of all market activity in a combined market of roughly 55 million square feet, the largest in Greater Los Angeles.
Dylan was recruited to join the team not only for his superb professional background, but also for his belief to the team’s core values – a strong moral compass, a dedication to customer service and the ability to deliver on requirements of high priority, time sensitivity and confidentiality.
CBRE honored Dylan with its prestigious “Employee of the Year” award during his time as a Research Analyst.
A native of Santa Barbara, Dylan comes from a family deeply entrenched in real estate brokerage and construction. He has leveraged that background into a successful multi-faceted commercial real estate career. Dylan is known by his peers and throughout the industry as a man of high integrity and honesty, something that can not be taught and has been paramount to his professional and personal growth.
Dylan currently resides in West Los Angeles and remains active giving back to the Los Angeles and Santa Barbara communities.