Veteran Retail Specialist John Chelico Joins Kidder Mathews in Seattle

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Kidder Mathews is pleased to welcome retail specialist John Chelico as a senior vice president in downtown Seattle. He is a veteran of the commercial real estate industry with over 28 years of experience in the Puget Sound region.

Over the course of his career, Chelico has completed over five million square feet of retail leases, totaling over $400,000,000 in rental income. He has negotiated leases for shopping centers and street level space ranging in size from 60,000 square foot anchor tenants with national tenants to 1,000 square foot specialty shops with national and local businesses in both urban and suburban submarkets. Chelico’s clients include institutional owners, REITS, developers, and high net worth individuals.

“Kidder Mathews offers industry-leading resources in marketing and brokerage tools as well as an impressive network of tenured professionals across the West Coast, enabling me to provide my clients with best-in-class service,” said Chelico. “I’m very happy to be here and look forward to sharing in the firm’s ongoing success.”

This is the second broker to join Kidder Mathews’ Seattle headquarters in the last month. The firm welcomed Tyler Nicholes, a former top producer at Marcus & Millichap, at the end of January. He specializes in office and industrial investment sales and leasing.

About Kidder Mathews
Kidder Mathews is the largest independent commercial real estate firm on the West Coast, with over 900 real estate professionals and staff in 19 offices in Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, and Arizona. Kidder Mathews offers a complete range of brokerage, appraisal, asset services, consulting, and debt & equity finance services for all property types.

The firm performs $10 billion in transactions, manages 51 million square feet of space, and conducts 2,600 appraisal, consulting, and cost segregation assignments annually (3-year average). For more information, visit kidder.com.

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