Get to know Paul Herzog

 

 

 

Managing Principal Paul Herzog has more than 28 years of experience in commercial real estate.  He has successfully advised and represented occupiers on various transactions in the Metro Denver area, as well as throughout the nation.  Paul combines analytical skills with a thorough knowledge of the market and a broad range of experience, providing optimal occupancy cost reduction solutions for his clients to meet their business needs and financial objectives.

 

Outside of work, what are you most passionate about?

Spending time with my daughter Emma and bike riding at the Cherry Creek Reservoir. 

 

What is your favorite Denver restaurant?

A place called Tables in Park Hill. 

 

How do you describe your job to people outside of the industry?

I'm a commercial real estate broker that represents tenants leasing office space. 

 

If you were not in commercial real estate what would you be doing?

A veterinarian, I love animals. 

 

What is your biggest pet-peeve?

Dishes in the sink. 

 

What is the best advice you’ve ever received?

Do everything with integrity.  

 

Click here, to learn about the transactions Paul has facilitated and what his clients have to say about their experience. 

 

 

 

 

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