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Paige Morgan



Helped expand CBRE's IP business between Portland and Seattle

Received industry awards from NAIOP, SIOR, CAB and CoStar

Paige Morgan is an Executive Vice President with CBRE in Portland, OR. She joined CBRE in January 2019, bringing more than 20 years of experience in managing complex dispositions, equity placement, and the recapitalization of office, industrial and mixed-use properties.

Morgan filled an important role in growing CBRE’s Investment Properties (IP) office business between Portland and Seattle, expanding the company’s market share of office and industrial sales transactions in the region.

Throughout her career, Morgan has executed more than $6 billion in transactions across the Pacific Northwest. She is recognized as one of the market’s top-performing brokers and has won numerous industry achievement awards from NAIOP, SIOR, CAB and CoStar. Recent notable assignments include the $55 million sale of Hitachi’s new R&D facility and the $180 million sale of the Rosan Industrial Portfolio, which generated one of the lowest recorded cap rates for a Portland industrial deal.

Morgan previously was with JLL, where she led that company’s Portland institutional team. She also held positions with Pacific Real Estate Partners and regional developer Schnitzer West.

These are just a few of the reasons we chose Paige Morgan as one of Connect CRE’s Seattle & Northwest 2022 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected positions of leadership and play key mentorship roles for others.


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