Cori Nix is a Senior Vice President at CBRE | Raleigh. Cori joined the team in 2017, bringing with her over nine years of commercial real estate experience. As a member of the Retail Services team, Cori focuses on tenant representation and investor leasing services. While having a strong focus on the Triangle, Cori has also helped multiple tenants roll out market strategies across North Carolina with a heavy focus from the Triad Region to the Coast. Her Landlord experience includes grocery anchored shopping centers, single tenant and multi tenant strips as well as mixed use life style centers.
Prior to joining CBRE | Raleigh, she worked as a Tenant Retail Broker at The Shopping Center Group, some of those accounts include Panera Bread, Sprouts, Papa Murphy’s Pizza, Supercuts and Harbor Freight Tools, Outback and BJ’s Brewhouse.
Member – International Council of Shopping Centers
North Carolina Real Estate License
Member - Triangle CREW
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, Bachelor of Science, Business Administration (BBA) and Marketing
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Providing market-wide expertise and vision for retail services.
CBRE|Raleigh Retail Services is comprised of ten veteran retail advisory professionals with a unique niche in retail, grocery, restaurant, and hospitality real estate services. This team brings together a best-of-class resume by offering specialized expertise, local market knowledge, and the personalized service of a boutique firm, combined with the unparalleled scale, scope, and reach of the world’s leading real estate services company. With over 100 years of combined experience, this market leading group exclusively leases a 12M+ square foot retail portfolio in the Triangle Region and represents over 60 active retail, restaurant, fitness, essential service, and experiential focused tenants.
Retail Services Offered:
Anchor & Large Format Leasing
Site Selection & Retailer Analysis
Development Consulting & Project Leasing
Medical, Creative Office & Alternative Use Strategies