Find Your Perfect Space
Boulder, CO 80302
Jeremy, along with his partner Erik Abrahamson, lead the CBRE office in Boulder, CO, specializing in the leasing and sales of office and flex/industrial properties.
Jeremy began his brokerage career specializing solely in industrial product in the Denver market while gaining invaluable exposure to Cushman’s top brokers, spending time in the firm’s headquarters office in Manhattan. Jeremy quickly rose to the top of that firm’s industrial department, earning the Colorado’s Region’s Overall Client Service Award in 2004.
After being recruited to join the Denver market’s dominant industrial team, headed by CBRE’s Jim Bolt, Mike Camp and Bill Thompson, Jeremy joined that firm at the end of 2005. It was under the tutelage of Bolt, Camp and Thompson that Kroner honed his skills in institutional agency leasing, land acquisition/disposition, development, and corporate tenant representation.
In 2014, Jeremy teamed up with Erik Abrahamson, focusing their combined strengths, extensive relationships and unparalleled market intelligence on the US 36 corridor, north Denver metro, as well as the surrounding areas of Boulder, Jefferson, Broomfield and Adams Counties. Within a few years working together, Erik and Jeremy were widely recognized as the leading authority in their chosen marketspace, responsible for nearly 20 MSF of leasing and sales activity, with a total consideration of over $2.0B year to date, making them the most dominant team working primarily within those submarkets. Jeremy, along with junior partner and newest team member, Sarah-Joan Rotholz, were nominated for the NAIOP Industrial Brokerage team of the year in both 2020 and 2021.
After a short stint working directly under the most prolific commercial developer in the Boulder region in mid-2014, Erik returned to the team armed with invaluable experience in office leasing, underwriting, entitlement and development work within the city of Boulder, and those capabilities were added to the team's service offering upon his return in 2015.