Posted by carlson on January 21, 2019 in News & Case Studies

We’re starting the new year with some exciting news. First, we’ve changed our name from Carlson Commercial to Carlson Partners. The new name better reflects our growing company, which now provides opportunities for our senior real estate experts to become partners.

Second, Tim Olsen, most recently our senior vice president – and with us since 2014 – is our first official partner. Ted Carlson, president at Carlson Partners, described how the changes further fortify our team’s ability to provide highly tailored, superior consultative services.

“We’re committed to delivering the most strategic consultation and market expertise to our clients, so it’s essential for us to retain and acquire advisors like Tim, who have great talent and experience to share.”

Tim is very dedicated to our company and our clients. He’s an industry veteran with a 15-year track record that includes working with many national, regional and local companies. He specializes in tenant representation, lease negotiations, real estate acquisitions, consolidations, and advisory services.

“I’m honored to be named a partner. While taking care of clients is always my first priority, continuing to grow my practice at a company with like-minded team members is very important to me.” Tim added that providing best-in-class real estate advice, while bringing on new team members, remains the firm’s first priority.

Tim is a graduate of St. Cloud State University. In addition to being a Minnesota licensed real estate broker, he is a member of the Minnesota Commercial Association of Realtors (MNCAR), the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP), and he has earned a Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) designation.

Outside the office, Tim’s a devoted Minnesotan. He enjoys bow hunting, upland hunting, competitive hockey and giving back to the community. He’s on the Cystic Fibrosis Board for the Minnesota and Dakota chapters. In 2016, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation selected him as a “Twin Cities Finest” for his philanthropic efforts and professional success.