Tuesday, May 28, 2024 May 28, 2024
66° F Dallas, TX
Advertisement
Business

Steve Everbach Named Regional President of Colliers International

He’ll oversee operations in Dallas-Fort Worth, as well as targeted growth markets like Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.
|
Steve Everbach
Steve Everbach

Former Cushman & Wakefield Dallas market leader Steve Everbach has left the firm to become Central region president for Colliers International. He’ll oversee operations in Dallas-Fort Worth, as well as targeted growth markets like Chicago, Detroit, St. Louis, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.

It’s a newly created position for Colliers, which parted ways with the Dallas group’s former managing director, David Pinsel, a couple of weeks ago. Craig Robinson, the firm’s national president, said Colliers has been expanding in the Central region, both internally and through acquisitions. “With this rapid pace of growth, we have established a new leadership position in the region,” he said. “With 30 years of experience in commercial real estate, Steve was the natural choice” for the new post.

Everbach was tapped to helm C&W’s North Texas office in 2012. He later added leadership of the firm’s U.S. Agency Leasing practice group to his post. Prior to C&W he headed up JLL’s leasing and management group in Dallas-Fort Worth.

At Colliers, Everbach will be a member of the firm’s U.S. executive leadership team and operating committee. He said he was attracted to the opportunity because of the firm’s strong focus on growth. “The enterprising and entrepreneurial culture of Colliers provides a springboard to achieving great things, not only within the business, but also elevating our business within the dynamic commercial real estate industry,” he said in a statement.

Everbach is a board member of the Dallas Regional Chamber, Downtown Dallas Inc., and the Robert and Margaret Folsom Institute for Real Estate at SMU’s Cox School of Business.

C&W expects to name Everbach’s replacement in short order. In September, its $2 billion merger with DTZ was finalized. The deal created one of the largest commercial real estate firms in the world, with a combined total revenue of $5 billion and 43,000 employees.

Advertisement