Real Estate Advisor
Charlie Swain is a Milwaukee native and industrial real estate broker at Colliers International serving both investors and owner-occupiers of real estate across the state of Wisconsin. His motivation to excel professionally and long-term goals to principally invest in real estate make him a valuable asset to both his industry and future clients. He is a quick study of the industry and looks forward to having an impact on the future development and implementation of real estate related projects across the state.
Prior to joining Colliers International, Charlie was a part of Bellagio Hotel & Casino’s Management Associate Program in Las Vegas, Nevada. As a Finance and Real Estate major at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business, Charlie quickly established himself as a passionate and hard-working student of the industry through his involvement in the Commercial Real Estate Workshop. The NextGen platform is a huge step in Charlie’s development and one in which he will look to actively participate in. The program allows Charlie to work alongside other driven industry professionals and learn disciplines outside of his day-to-day role. He looks forward to having the opportunity to establish himself within his field and assist in the future growth of the NextGen program for years to come.
5 Questions with Charlie
Q: Which projects are you most excited about?
A: New Land Enterprises’ Ascent Tower Project, Reed Street Yards, Komatsu Mining’s HQ and Mandel’s Harbor Yards Project
Q: What is your favorite restaurant?
A: Wooden Goose Café – Mequon
Q: What made you choose Commercial Real Estate?
A: Commercial Real Estate is an industry that rewards those whom are willing to take the time to learn and develop their expertise. It’s an entrepreneurial environment that has provided me a phenomenal opportunity to assist clients, investors, and businesses throughout WI. I look forward to helping shape the future development of projects and buildings across Wisconsin.
Q: What is one word that comes to mind when you think of CARW?
Q: If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be?
A: Stephen Schwarzman