Eddie Rymer, CCIM _D810758LinkedIn

Eddie launched his commercial real estate career in 2005.  He has facilitated over 150 transactions, equaling more than 3,000,000 square feet.  Since joining Carlson Commercial in 2012, Eddie has been instrumental in gaining numerous new assignments for the firm and is quickly developing an impressive transaction roster.

Eddie has closed a deals throughout the United States for numerous corporate clients.

Eddie is a licensed real estate broker in Minnesota, a member of MNCAR, NAIOP, CoreNet and ACG, and has earned the CCIM designation.

In 2005, Eddie graduated from Saint John’s University with a BA in Business Management.  In 2011, Eddie and his wife Lindsey had their first child, Lucy.  In June 2014, they welcomed Rocco to the world.  Eddie enjoys working out and is an avid golfer.



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Phil Kluesner

Endurance is Phil’s strong suit. Not only has he climbed several of America’s highest peaks, he’s amassed nearly 30 years of experience on the Twin Cities commercial real estate frontier. He joined us in 2015 as senior vice president, following the merger of his commercial real estate firm (Gannett Peak Partners) with Carlson Commercial.

Phil brings extraordinary experience, depth and integrity to tenant representation. He’s known for his superb client follow-through and providing solutions for tenants’ long-term strategic growth plans. Most notable, Phil has represented more than 500 businesses in transactions totaling over one million square feet. 

Prior to starting his own firm in 2004, Phil held impressive positions with Duke Realty Corporation, R. L. Johnson Company, and Colliers International (formerly Welsh). He holds a Minnesota brokers license, is a member of MNCAR, and is a graduate of St. Mary’s University. In addition to mountaineering, Phil is an avid biker and tennis player. He lives in Minneapolis with his wife and four children, and is active in Big Brothers Big Sisters. 


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