Bryan Syrdal is a principal at Teutsch Partners with fifteen years of experience in corporate advisory services and real estate development. Specializing in Tenant Representation, Bryan has a breadth of experience representing both tenants and landlords. Both as a consultant for comprehensive strategic planning and as a project manager, he applies his background in financial analysis with adroit negotiating skills, and a knowledge of the design and improvement process unique to the role of Tenant Representative.

On behalf of clients, Bryan has completed hundreds of transactions totaling more than four million square feet for clients such as the Virginia Mason Medical Center, Tommy Bahama Sportswear, Trendwest Resorts, Columbia Legal Services, Graham & Dunn, PC, and Cendant Corporation. He has also personally represented over a million square feet of Class A and medical office space on behalf of landlords, with his most recent success being the Waterfront Place Building which he moved from 65 percent to 98 percent occupied in six months time. Bryan has also been involved in numerous complicated "build to suit" and investment sales transactions.

Bryan was one of three finalists for "2002 Office Broker of the Year", and over the past decade has been consistently listed as a "top 10" producing office broker in Seattle.

Bryan maintains expertise in the medical office arena, having directed the leasing of a 250,000 rsf project for Pacific Medical Center and 136,000 rsf in 600 Broadway Medical Center on Seattle's First Hill, while working with other tenants such as Virginia Mason, The Polyclinic, and Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Bryan graduated from the University of Washington in 1989 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political economy. Graduate studies include a certificate in Real Estate Laws and Finance from the University of Washington. He is currently chairing the board of directors of the Red Feather Development Group and is a former member of the Seattle Symphony Board of Directors. He has been involved with numerous civic organizations including Seattle Works and the University of Washington Alumni Association. A few of Bryans' interests outside of work include travel, fly-fishing, golf, skiing, and art history.
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