The Real Deal New York

A day in the life: David Schechtman

The Eastern Consolidated exec on chasing deer, cranking up salsa on the radio and his ‘hot’ phones

May 23, 2014 04:30PM
By Mark Maurer

David Schechtman

David Schechtman

From the May issue: David Schechtman is a principal and executive managing director at the commercial brokerage Eastern Consolidated. He started his career as a bankruptcy lawyer at DLA Piper, but in 2005 joined Eastern Consolidated, where he’s done 267 deals totaling $4.4 billion, the largest of which was the 2007 sale of 344-352 West Street for $215 million. [more]

  • David Lessenberg

    I just vomited. Seriously, get a life. Commercial real estate is for sheep.

  • WORK SO HARD

    730AM start making phone calls…. the only person he’s calling are other brokers because no property owner wants a call at 730AM

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