The Real Deal New York

Brookfield’s grand plan

The Canadian firm is ramping up its Manhattan presence

February 10, 2012 10:30AM
By Adam Pincus

From left: Jerry Larkin, who heads up leasing for Brookfield Office Properties in New York, and Bruce Mosler of Cushman & Wakefield.

From the February issue: If Brookfield Office Properties’ newly aggressive stance in Manhattan isn’t keeping Related Companies’ Stephen Ross and Silverstein Properties’ Larry Silverstein awake at night, it probably should be.

Publicly traded Brookfield Office Properties, led by CEO Ric Clark, is looking to lease up as much as 10 million square feet of office space over the next few years in Manhattan — which may be the most space any private company has ever put on the market at one time. [more]

One Response to “Brookfield’s grand plan”

  1. May 04, 2012 at 10:12 pm, Peter Jordan said:

    Brookfield also has its eyes set on purchasing more than 4 million square feet of distressed office space in the UK within the next five years.

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