George N. Diamond
Partner, Principal Broker
Licensed in the States of Oregon and Washington

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

George specializes in apartment and office investment, land sales urban and suburban, and retail leasing. Over the past 35+ years George has personally sold and leased over $1.3 billion in transactions. Having been involved with thousands of leases and sales over the years covering office, retail, and larger multi-family and single-family developments in the Portland Metropolitan area, George’s knowledge and experience is limitless. A few of George’s larger sales include the sale of the 352 unit Cyan Apartments, the 264 unit Orenco Garden Apartments, and the 16 acres to William and Dane for the development of the South Waterfront. Additionally, George has assisted the Progress Quarry reclamation – a 100 acre redevelopment in Beaverton which will have over 750 homes and 500,000sf of retail and office space when completed. Further expanding his resume, George has worked with a multitude of developers, including Gramor Development, aiding in land acquisitions, lease up and sales for neighborhood shopping centers since 1985; Alliance Residential in their acquisition and development of 152 units in the Pearl District; and West Hills Development, and Polygon Homes in their acquisitions of numerous suburban residential/apartment developments. George has been instrumental in land-assemblage for the Fred Meyer Canby shopping center, the Vancouver Target center on 164th and Mill Plain, Murray Hill shopping center, the new Progress Quarry retail center, and the Albertson and Target centers in Sherwood and South Waterfront. Not limited to brokering, George has also developed apartments, condos, and retail in Portland Metro Area.

The most recent exciting, large scale development in which George is lending his expertise as a real estate broker and minority partner is The Waterfront Vancouver, a 34 acre development site purchased from Boise Cascade and the Port of Vancouver on the Columbia River in downtown Vancouver, Washington. This modern new development is being designed for 21 spectacular city blocks and the built-out value is estimated at 1.3 billion.

CREDENTIALS:
• University of Oregon, B.S. Political Science, 1973

MEMBERSHIPS:
• Member, International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC)
• Member, Commercial Association of Brokers (CABS)
• Member, Portland Metropolitan Association of Realtors (PMAR)