Peter Larkin

Executive Vice President, National Co-Lead

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Peter C. Larkin is an Executive Vice President and national leader of CBRE’s Public Institutions and Education Solution Team. Mr. Larkin’s concentration is providing real estate services to states, cities, counties, and colleges and universities across the country.

Mr. Larkin joins CBRE with over 27 years experience in providing a wide range of real estate services and products.  Mr. Larkin’s professional focus includes developing and implementing strategic plans and negotiating transactions for a wide range of real estate assets, including stable cash flow properties, ground lease positions, underutilized facilities, undeveloped land parcels, and urban development/repositioning projects.

Mr. Larkin has lead teams that have worked with George Washington University (Square 54 redevelopment), the City of Seattle (redevelopment of the Public Safety Building block), the City of Miami (redevelopment of the Knight Convention Center), and the US Government Printing Office (redevelopment of the GPO site in Washington DC). Most recently, Mr. Larkin lead the team that secured the first location of the University of the District of Columbia’s new community college, the CCDC. He also co-leads the team that is managing the first enterprise real estate advisory and transaction contract for the State of Maryland.

Earlier in his career, Mr. Larkin worked at The Staubach Company and at LaSalle Partners. While at Staubach, Mr. Larkin co-founded the Education and Municipal Services group, and provided transaction services to 12 states and many cities and counties across the country. While at LaSalle Partners his signature project was senior leadership in the redevelopment of Union Station in Washington, DC.  As one of the key individuals behind the redevelopment, Mr. Larkin was responsible for guiding the project through the last 12 months of redevelopment and transitioning the station to a fully functioning, successful transportation and retail center.