Colliers International recently won the leasing assignment for one of downtown Cleveland’s best known buildings, 200 Public Square, a 1.2-million-square-foot Class-A office building.
The victory is an important one: Colliers had only returned to the Cleveland market in the middle of last year.
The building, formerly known as the BP Tower, is the first prestige listing that Colliers has nabbed since moving back into the Cleveland market.
Cleveland Financial Associates, an affiliate of Harbor Group International, a company based in Norfolk, Va., now owns 200 Public Square.
“The team at Colliers is thrilled to take over leasing of the most visible and well-known office asset in the entire city,” said Brian Hurtuk, managing director of Colliers International in Cleveland, in a written statement. “I’m confident that our office and retail teams will be able to re-energize the building’s brand and bring a fresh take on marketing the property.”
The initial leasing team from Colliers will include Hurtuk, senior associate Bill Stevens and senior associate Ryan Fisher.