Since joining CBRE in 2000, Bryan Dunne has focused on providing his clients with a strategic approach to navigating the full lifecycle of a real estate acquisition and/or disposition requirement. Provided the advantage of CBRE’s fully integrated service lines, Bryan’s has shown to be a valued advisor, providing sound real estate direction that not only supports, but enhances, a company’s business plan.
As a trusted advisor to his clients Bryan believes that a proven process based on integrity and personal accountability creates value through…
- Enhancing Profitability
Negotiate aggressively to reduce costs in both upfront capital and ongoing rent obligations
- Managing Risk & Reducing Liability
Keep real estate from limiting the flexibility of actual business operations
- Accelerating the Leasing Process
A proven methodology of site selection, financial analysis and lease negotiations, coupled with local market knowledge provides the ability to secure the optimal space and negotiate through a complex lease effectively and in a timely manner.
- Providing Occupancy Support
Periodic review of Landlord’s compliance with Lease provisions and property management practices.
Bryan Dunne began his career in 2000 as a member of one of CBRE’s leading Global Corporate Services (GCS) teams in the Western Region. The team’s sophisticated requirements provided extensive exposure to the dynamics of regional and national multi-market portfolio transaction management while working on accounts such as SBC, The Capital Group Companies and Regus Business Centers.
In 2001 Bryan spent the year in New York acting as the Associate Transaction Manager, and GCS liaison, for the team’s Regus Business Centers account. The client was experiencing a period of explosive growth, which presented the opportunity to further refine his capabilities in lease review, as well as market and financial analysis.
Upon returning to the Los Angeles Office in 2002, Bryan continued to work closely with the senior partners of his GCS team. Focused primarily on transaction management, Bryan remained heavily involved with the teams regional and national account business, while additionally taking a more active role on local requirements in Downtown Los Angeles.
In 2004 Bryan made the transition to CBRE’s West Los Angeles office, partnering with Stan Gerlach on both tenant representation and landlord assignments. The goal of this experienced partnership is to serve as a valued advisor that provides sound real estate direction that not only supports, but enhances, their clients Business Plan.
- California Real Estate Sales License
- Board of Directors, The Athletes Agency Foundation
Santa Clara University, Bachelor of Science; Marketing
- Bentley Forbes
- Wood Smith Henning & Berman
- Regus Business Centers (National Account)
- The Capital Group Companies (National Account)
- SBC (Regional Account)
- Los Angeles Convention & Visitors Bureau
- Archon Group
- Kelley, Drye & Warren
- US Bank