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Ryan Kircher is a real estate advisory to tenants in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Peninsula. He believes that enthusiasm and curiosity are the key to understanding his client’s needs and providing solutions. R&D, sustainability and energy companies, as well as the myriad of companies that support them are the kinds of companies he is passionate about helping.

He believes in creating partnerships with clients by understanding why they do what they do, how they do it, and what hurdles lie ahead. Ryan partners with his clients to maximize efficiency of space planning, limit real estate liabilities, mitigate risks and maximize flexibility before, during and after transactions. Ryan has advised his clients on over 2,000,000 SF of commercial real estate projects.

Ryan is a Bay Area native and has always been passionate about the people and companies that live here. Prior to joining CBRE, he lived in Colorado for 9 years and worked in commercial construction. In 2015 he began his career in the commercial real estate industry. He graduated from the University of Colorado and served in the United States Marine Corps as a demolitions expert. Ryan is an avid triathlete, hiker and skier and is passionate about history and psychology.


  • Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations and Affairs from the University of Colorado Boulder
  • Activities and Societies: D1A Collegiate Rugby, Executive Board
  • Volunteer – Grey Shirt, Team Rubicon. Volunteer with Team Rubicon, a veteran led NPO, and have worked in forest fire mitigation in Northern California.

Clients Represented

  • Electric Hydrogen
  • Nikola Motors
  • Industrious
  • Winston & Strawn
  • Samara, Inc
  • Morrison & Foerster
  • Duane Morris
  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
  • IDEO, Inc
  • Intertie, Inc
  • First Bank
  • Global Leveraged Capital, Inc
  • OpenText
  • K & L Gates
  • Hoge Fenton
  • Theorem LP
  • Radancy