Matthew Harris is committed to providing exceptional commercial real estate services across all property types and service lines. His mission is to give well-informed guidance in every aspect of the commercial real estate transaction, including acquisition, disposition, property management, site analysis, 1031 exchanges, and relocation. Whether you are looking to acquire, sell, lease, or develop commercial property, Matthew Harris can provide advice and market knowledge to help find the optimal solutions for your commercial real estate needs.
Matthew’s passion for real estate started in 2006 when he began working inthe residential investments sector with H&H Investments, a company he founded with his brother Benjamin. Matthew continued diving into commercial real estate when he joined Coldwell Banker Commercial in 2010. In 2016, Matthew organized the Industrial team at Avison Young Reno and worked there until he and Benjamin formed Street Commercial Real Estate LLC in 2022. His experience with underwriting personal investments, small business operations, and knowledge of the logistics industry has proven to be a huge asset. During his tenure, Matt has represented clients in hundreds of lease and sale transactions throughout Northern Nevada, Arizona, California, Idaho and Texas.
As a respected member of the Northern Nevada CRE industry, his focus remains on industrial properties and investments, but with his wide range of knowledge in the Reno-Sparks market, he's able to lend expertise to businesses and owners of all sizes and property types. Matthew is dedicated to the success of his clients, the real estate industry, and the community. He is the former president of NAIOP Northern Nevada - Commercial Real Estate Developers Association and current Government Affairs Chair, a current BOD member and sponsor of Breakthrough Networking, formerly a CCIM - CRE Investment Members BOD, a member of the Reno Tahoe International Airport Authority’s Community Outreach Committee, and was member of the Reno Tahoe Airport’s Master Plan Committee in 2017.