Commercial Property Realtor | Aaron Demayo
TERRITORY FOCUSED. DATA DRIVEN. ASSET CLASS AGNOSTIC.
The Urban Core Division is a data driven boutique commercial real estate firm with global outreach and a focus on the evolving Urban Core neighborhoods.
In my role with the Urban Core Division, I will expand the team’s capital markets expertise in some of Miami’s most emerging neighborhoods, including Edgewater, the Design District and Little River.
Born and raised in Miami, Florida, I have seen the city transform into a bustling Tropical Metropolis and am committed to being a part of Miami’s positive evolution.
My diverse background across Design, Architecture, Urban Planning and Development has produced a strong knowledge-base on zoning laws, highest and best use potential, and transportation planning – all aspects that touch the work of the Urban Core Division. Through my work as Founder & Lead Designer of Future Vision Studios and an Architectural Designer with MODIS Architects, LLC, I co-designed 50+ projects and dozens of additional project schemes. I also designed and built extensively-detailed 3D models for both videos and renderings in presentations, across project categories including Single Family Residences, Multi-Family, Hospitality, Office, Commercial, Transit Oriented Development, Mixed-Use and Urban Planning. Many of these projects have been launched or completed in the same dense urban neighborhoods that my Colliers team specializes in.
MY analytical and design-oriented skill set extends to marketing materials as well, having developed websites, detailed technical brochures, explanatory materials, email marketing, and project books to accompany my property projects.
Bachelor of Architecture degree from University of Florida
- Expert in local market knowledge
- Embraces current technology for marketing CRE
- Worldwide presence for attracting qualified buyers
- Strong presence in the community
- Customized marketing package, both digital and traditional
- Skilled in contract negotiation
- Knowledgeable in best practices for market research