Kinzer has a consultative approach that goes beyond standard brokerage practices. That’s really important to me.
Favorite NW place: Whidbey Island
Outside of work, I: Am a cheerleader at my kids’ games, and design assistant and laborer for my wife’s honey-do list
Alma Mater: Gonzaga University
He was once a professional dancer. No wonder he works so well with commercial real estate movers and shakers.
Marcelo Garcés is a man of many talents.
When he arrived in the United States at the age of 15, he couldn’t speak English. But within the next decade, he not only learned to speak like a native, he earned a civil engineering degree and an MBA from Gonzaga University.
He then became a professional dancer. But that’s another story.
Marcelo began his commercial real estate career as a leasing associate with a Seattle development company. While there, he managed a two million square foot portfolio that grew to three million square feet.
Today, we think of Marcelo as Kinzer’s science-based whiz kid. He specializes in complex projects related to biotech, life sciences, medicine, data centers, and what are often called TAMI companies—technology, advertising, media, and information.
By the way, while he’s no longer a professional, Marcelo still loves to dance—with his wife.