555 E. Lancaster Avenue
Radnor, PA 19087
Douglas Rodio joined CBRE in 2021. Doug is an Executive Vice President with CBRE Capital Markets and is an active member of CBRE’s Capital Markets Advisory Board. He specializes in large single asset and portfolio transactions, specifically in the office and life science sectors, throughout the Philadelphia and New York Metro markets.
Doug has consistently been a top producer over his 15+ years of experience in investment sales throughout the region where his clients have included REITs, institutional and private equity owners, corporate sellers, along with extensive experience handling distressed assets. He has earned many industry awards throughout the years, including Philadelphia Business Journal’s “Broker of the Year” in 2015.
Prior to joining CBRE, Doug held senior positions at JLL and HFF and has been involved in more than 300 investment advisory, debt and equity financing assignments covering a wide range of office, retail, industrial and multifamily properties totaling more than $10 billion in volume and 30 million square feet.
- The Pennsylvania State University
Pro Affiliations / Accreditations
- Member – NAIOP
- Member – Urban Land Institute
- Philadelphia Business Journal Broker of the Year 2015
- The Wanamaker Building – Philadelphia, PA
- 1735 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA
- Moorestown West Corporate Center – Moorestown, NJ
- Bala Plaza – Bala Cynwyd, PA
- 1500 Spring Garden – Philadelphia, PA
- One Washington Square – Philadelphia, PA
- Arborcrest Recapitalization – Blue Bell, PA
- 1600 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA
- 1700 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA
- 1835 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA
- 1 & 3 Christina Center – Wilmington, DE
- Navy Yard Recapitalization – Philadelphia, PA
- Greenfield South Jersey Portfolio – Marlton, NJ
- Accesso Partners
- Alexandria Real Estate
- Alliance HSP
- Amerimar Enterprises
- American Real Estate Partners
- Bank of America
- Barings Real Estate Advisors
- Brandywine Realty Trust
- Buccini/Polin Group
- Clarion Partners
- Crown Properties
- Equity Commonwealth
- Equus Capital Partners, Ltd.
- Fortress Investment Group
- JP Morgan
- Kairos Real Estate Partners
- Keystone Property Group
- Liberty Property Trust
- Mack-Cali Realty Corporation
- MRP Realty
- Nightingale Properties
- Post Brothers
- Rubenstein Partners
- Stabilis Capital Management
- The Pennsylvania State University
- TIER REIT
- Tishman Speyer
- Wells Fargo
Team Overview - Institutional Properties Philadelphia Office
Specializing in Office Investment Properties.
We collaborate across geographic borders and service lines to deliver the complete spectrum of strategic real estate services to build advantage for our clients.
Our professionals are supported by industry-leading econometric forecasting, market research and specialized expertise to help clients make informed decisions.
Advisers LLC is a privately owned investment manager.
The diverse portfolio of operating companies of Berwind, a private investment management company.
Brandywine Realty Trust, headquartered in Radnor, PA, is one of the largest, publicly traded, full-service, integrated real estate companies in the United States.
CBRE Global Investors seeks to be the global leader in the real asset investment management industry by offering a broad and deep investment platform that consistently delivers world-class investment results and exceptional client service.
Equity Commonwealth is an internally managed and self-advised real estate investment trust (REIT) with commercial office properties throughout the United States.
Equus Capital Partners, Ltd. is one of the nation's leading private equity fund real estate managers.
Gemini Rosemont Realty LLC is a fully integrated real estate platform that invests in and manages high-quality commercial office properties throughout the U.S.
A unique and boutique real estate company specializing in Tenant and Landlord representation.
KBS Realty Advisors is one of the largest owners of Class A office space in the world, with properties spread across the United States.
Keystone develops and invests in commercial properties focused on collaborative facilities and integrated technology.
LaSalle is a leading real estate investment management firm. It is an independent subsidiary of Jones Lang LaSalle, a real estate financial and professional services company.
LPT is a $8.5 billion real estate investment trust which owns 100 million square feet of industrial and office space throughout the United States and the United Kingdom.
Oliver Tyrone Pulver Corporation has developed over 15 million square feet of first class office space in major U.S. cities and suburbs by selecting the most desirable locations and developing the highest quality buildings.
Parkway is an independent, publicly traded, self-managed real estate investment trust (“REIT”) that owns and operates high-quality office properties.
Rubenstein Partners is the fund manager for a series of private equity funds focused on office investments throughout the United States.
Two Liberty Place, located within the heart of Philadelphia’s dynamic Central Business District, is an iconic part of Philadelphia’s skyline. Two Liberty Place is a 941,000 square foot, trophy-class office tower offering tenants world-class architecture, contemporary amenities, unmatched views, finishes, and superior mass transit access. Designed by the internationally-renowned architect Helmut Jahn, Two Liberty is an integral part of the Liberty Place mixed-use complex, a 3 million square foot development that contains two signature office towers, an indoor shopping mall, a Westin hotel, ultra-luxury residential condominium units and below-grade parking.
1500 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Comprised of two Class A office towers that total 1,800,000 rentable square feet, Centre Square’s East and West towers rise to 36 and 43 floors, respectively, and overlook Philadelphia’s City Hall and Dilworth Park. They are connected by a soaring three story atrium, through which Centre Square is connected to the mass transit network for the entire region including the regional rail network and both of Philadelphia’s subway lines. Centre Square offers its tenants the single best office location in the CBD, direct indoor mass transit access, 450 spaces of underground parking, contemporary amenities, unmatched views, finishes and convenience.
30 S 17th Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Duane Morris Plaza is a 618,000 square foot, Class-A office tower offering tenants world-class architecture, contemporary finishes, an amenity rich environment, prime views and convenient proximity to the regional mass transit system. The Property was built to standards that were far superior to its competition at the time and is comparable to the highest quality buildings that are being constructed today. Duane Morris Plaza’s well-appointed lobby, landscaped courtyard and sculptured gardens create a truly one-of-a-kind environment in the Philadelphia CBD that is accentuated by the impressive Morris Café on the ground floor. The Property has a completely updated, yet understated, appearance and is positioned as one of the premier Class A office buildings in the city.
1818 Market Street (also known as 1818 Beneficial Bank Place) is a 40-story skyscraper in downtown Philadelphia. The building was designed by the firm Ewing Cole Cherry Brott. The building contains over 981,000 square feet of office space over 37 floors with six levels of parking. The building, currently the tallest reinforced-concrete structure in the city, underwent major renovations in 2003, more than a decade after its facade was treated resulting in its signature white color.
2000 Market Street is a high-rise office building located in the Market West region of Philadelphia. The building stands at a height of 435 feet (133 meters) with 29 floors, and was completed in 1973. The architect of the building was Pitcairn Properties, Inc. It is currently tied with Two Logan Square as the 17th-tallest building in Philadelphia.
Brandywine/DRA JV properties are found within the Suburban submarket. The Suburban submarket contains Bucks, Chester, and Montgomery Counties. Notable properties are in Fort Washington, Horsham and Allentown, Pennsylvania. Philadelphia’s western office submarkets traditionally perform well due to greater access to transportation infrastructure, superior office inventory and proximity to a deep talent pool. These established live-work-play environments demonstrate urban-suburban hallmarks—a plethora of retail, housing, entertainment, dining and transit options.