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Alistair Mackie | Colliers | Adelaide

Alistair Mackie

B.Comm, BBus (Prop)

National Director

Capital Markets & Investment Services

Licence RSR214887

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About

Professional Summary

Alistair is a National Director in both the Investment Services & Capital Markets teams at Colliers International Adelaide. Alistair is a longstanding member of the team, having worked for Colliers International for over thirty one years.
Alistair has a wealth of experience and market knowledge focussing specifically on the Adelaide CBD and metro markets. He has extensive client relationships with active local, national and international investors.
Alistair's specialties include all forms of commercial investments, particularly in high-value CBD office towers, retail assets (in particular Rundle Mall retail, where he has sold in excess of 25 individual assets within Rundle Mall), and development sites.
As a senior operator, Alistair has developed strategic understanding of complex transactions, national client knowledge and local market conditions advantaging investors.

 

 

Accomplishments

Alistair heads the South Australian Investment Services Team and has an exceptional ability to develop younger agents. Alistair also  has great experience selling Adelaide CBD and metropolitan property, with a summary of his most notable deals below:

11 Waymouth Street, Adelaide (2018) - $202,500,000

55 Currie Street, Adelaide (2019) - $148,250,000

400 King William Street, Adelaide - $97,900,000

77 Grenfell Street, Adelaide - $91,700,000

91 King William Street, Adelaide 50% interest  - $88,500,000

 

108 North Terrace, Adelaide - $86,500,000

121 King William Street, Adelaide (2019) - $82,250,000

25 Grenfell Street, Adelaide - $76,000,000

100 Waymouth Street, Adelaide  - $73,000,000

Castle Plaza Shopping Centre - $57,000,000

IKEA, Adelaide Airport - $47,100,000

Elizabeth City Centre 50% interest - $47,000,000

431 King William Street, Adelaide (2018) - $43,100,000

101 Grenfell Street, Adelaide  - $43,100,000

42-56 Wilson Carpark, Franklin Street, Adelaide  - $30,000,000

100 Pirie Street, Adelaide  - $28,610,000

Union Street Carpark, Adelaide - $27,000,000

University of Adelaide, Thebarton Campus  - $25,500,000

University of Adelaide, Frome Street Portrfolio, Adelaide  - $25,000,000

Marina Pier Retail, Glenelg - $20,000,000

Unley Shopping Centre  - $19,260,000

Northpark Shopping Centre - $17,530,000

 

Education

1982 - Matriculation from St Peters College (SA)

1984 - Bachelor of Economics (University of Adelaide)

1988 - Real Estate Certificate - Licensed Salesman

1991 - Graduate Diploma in Property (University of South Australia)

Memberships & Involvements

Real Estate Institute of South Australia, Kooyonga Golf Club, South Australian Cricket Association

Clients

AMP, Aspen Group, Charter Hall, Century Funds Management, GDI, DTEI (SA Govt), GIC, Axiom, Ferrier Hodgson, RAA, Korda Mentha, ISPT, Investa, Shakespeare, Colonial First State, RealIS, Cromwell, McGrath Nicol, Dexus to name a few...

Testimonials

"I appointed Alistair after he was referred to me having achieved a strong sale price for 230 Franklin Street. Alistair and the team demonstrated a professional and diligent approach with consistent attention to achieving a sale.

I was particularly impressed with Alistair's ability to hold high-stakes negotiations with assurance, and his capacity to effectively handle the finer and more difficult aspects of leases and tenancy issues, as and when such matters arose. At all times I felt that he was representing my interests and would have no hesitation in recommending him."


 

Services

Service Lines

Capital Markets

Property Type

Office, Retail, Hotels, Land

Featured Research

21 Apr 2021

Office Middle Markets Report Q1 2021

There were 17 transactions which took place in Quarter One 2021, 15% down year on year. Positively, the average sale price of assets transacted increased across both CBD ($40.1m,17%) and Metro Markets ($29.1m,16%), despite total sales volumes falling by 16%.
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2 Dec 2020

Office Middle Markets Report 2020

From January to November 2020 the Office Middle Markets witnessed a 53% reduction in sales transactions and a 54% decrease in capital investment. Despite this, market confidence has increased throughout the second half of 2020, with a number of key sales (highlighted in this report) taking place.
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8 Jul 2020

Middle Markets Report H1 2020

Australia’s Office Middle Markets remained resilient as office assets saw their capital values increase and yields tighten.
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Featured News

16 Oct 2019

Movement in the metro middle markets

Traditionally the Metro Middle Markets were defined as modest office assets between $20-40 million, however due to significant net effective rental growth and yield compression, they can now capture a price point anywhere between $20 to $100 million, making them a very attractive option for savvy investors.
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