Luke Hingson ’08, an associate at Colliers International Pittsburgh, earned a Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) degree from Georgetown University, where he completed his thesis on Public and Private Partnerships and their impact on urban redevelopment.
“Luke’s sabbatical at Georgetown represents two important achievements for our firm; Luke accelerated his success in the industry, and our clients are in a better position to grow their investment portfolios through Luke’s new contacts and educational experience,” said Gregg Broujos, managing director and founding principal at Colliers International Pittsburgh.
Luke is a specialist in investment brokerage services, responsible for assisting with the acquisition and disposition of investment properties for both institutional and private clients. Prior to joining Colliers International, Luke worked as an associate with NAI Pittsburgh Commercial. Before that, he worked as an intern in the finance department for the Fortune 500 company Bombardier Transportation. He also has past experience working for a marketing solutions company as a sales representative.
Luke is a native of Moon Township, Pennsylvania, and a licensed real estate salesperson in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. He brings vast experience to the commercial real estate industry with a focus on investment property sales. His responsibilities include assisting Colliers International expand its services to various organizations and institutions throughout the Greater Pittsburgh region.
“I’m extremely excited to be back at Colliers International Pittsburgh,” Luke said. “Our national investment services group is positioned well globally to service our investors at a very high level. I want to thank the Pittsburgh office for their tremendous support while I was pursuing my master’s degree at Georgetown.”
In addition to the MRED degree, Luke holds a Bachelor of Science degree from IUP, with a major in Finance, Marketing, and Accounting. He is a Dean’s List student and received the Award of Achievement at IUP. He is also an active volunteer with the Brother’s Brother Foundation, a Pittsburgh-based international charitable organization which has provided more than $3.4 billion in humanitarian supplies to people around the world.