Colliers International Florida announced that Dustin Ozga has joined the firm as Director of Brokerage Services based in South Florida. In this role, Ozga will continue his office, flex, and medical office leasing practice in the region with specific focus on Palm Beach and north Broward counties.
Ozga has completed over $250 million of transactions over the course of his career. Prior to joining Colliers, Ozga served as a Vice President at Stiles Realty. He also previously worked as a Senior Director of Real Estate at Adler Realty Services, a Director of Corporate Real Estate for the Penn-Florida Companies, and as an office and industrial broker for CBRE.
“We’re very pleased Dustin is joining Colliers,” said Ryan Kratz, President of Colliers International South Florida’s Southeast Region. “A native of South Florida, he learned the office and industrial leasing and tenant representation business during his 8 years at a competitive national brokerage services firm and has spent the past 5 years as an office landlord broker for a prominent owner/developer in South Florida. That experience has equipped him to understand office tenants’ customized needs for space while keeping in mind the perspective of office owners. His experience leasing office space in Palm Beach and Broward and knowledge of the region make him a great asset for our South Florida operation.”
Ozga earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business and obtained a Master of Science in Real Estate Development from Nova Southeastern University.
“Joining Colliers International’s team of real estate professionals is an exciting step forward in my career,” said Ozga. “Colliers’ extensive national and international platform, highly talented management and support personnel, and a deep pool of company resources, will benefit my clients tremendously.”
He is also an active member of South Florida Office Brokers Association (SFOBA), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and Nova Southeastern University Alumni Association.
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