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  • Clockwise from top: Matthew Moinian, Rob Sorin, Joseph Moinian, Nazee Moinian, Jonathan Mechanic and Morad Ghadamian; Bradley Gerla and Mitchell Arkin; and Joseph Moinian, Natasha Vardi and Luis Ortiz

    Clockwise from top: Matthew Moinian, Rob Sorin, Joseph Moinian, Nazee Moinian, Jonathan Mechanic and Morad Ghadamian; Joseph Moinian, Natasha Vardi and Luis Ortiz; and Bradley Gerla and Mitchell Arkin

    After the decadent late-night scenes at Town Residential and Madison Realty Capital’s holiday fetes, it was, well, refreshing to attend a more traditional affair: the Moinian Group’s evening cocktails at 635 West 42nd Street last week.

    Click here for the full story and photos.

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    From left: Robert Knakal, Paul Massey, Peter Hennessy and Mitchell Steir

    Cushman & Wakefield’s acquisition of the local brokerage Massey Knakal Realty Services for a reported $100 million looks set to be the biggest shakeup in the local market this year. But it’s but by no means the only one. [more]

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    From left: James Underhill, Robert Knakal and Paul Massey

    A day after Cushman & Wakefield announced the $100 million purchase of Massey Knakal Realty Services, James Underhill, the chief executive of North American operations at Cushman, exited the firm. [more]

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    From left: Bob Knakal, Paul Massey and Edward Forst

    Cushman & Wakefield is close to acquiring investment sales brokerage Massey Knakal Realty Services for $100 million.  [more]

  • Shakin’ a leg at ICSC: PHOTOS

    December 11, 2014 02:15PM

    Clockwise from left: David Green and Andrew Herz; Joanne Podell; Jacqueline Klinger, David Firestein and Jason Pruger, Evan Roth and Brian Feil

    Nighttime parties add a bit of levity to the International Council of Shopping Centers’ New York National Deal Making conference. The Real Deal attended several, including Cushman & Wakefield’s Midtown fete at Gotham Hall at 1356 Broadway and Newmark Grubb Knight Frank’s even bigger shindig at Tao Downtown at 92 Ninth Avenue in Chelsea. Both events were on December 8.

    Click here to see some of the highlights from both parties.

  • Front-ICSC

    Clockwise from top left: Bradley Mendelson, Isaac Chera, Simon Ziff, Javits Center floor and David Green

    The Real Deal hit the floor today on the first day of the International Council of Shopping Center’s annual New York National Deal Making convention. Check out some of the key moments and players after the jump.

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    From left: 395 Hudson Street in Hudson Square, Scott Panzer and WebMD office at 111 Eighth Avenue

    WebMD is in late-stage negotiations to sublease more than 147,000 square feet of space at the New York City District Council of Carpenters’ 10-story office building at 395 Hudson Street, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • Reingold-Lo-Russo-FRONT

    From left: Suzy Reingold and Ron Lo Russo

    Suzy Reingold, a top executive at Cushman & Wakefield’s New York office who sued the brokerage for alleged gender and age discrimination, has left the firm.

    Reingold, 67, joined Cushman in 2005 and was most recently chief operating officer of its Tri-State region office. In February 2013, the company brought over 38-year-old Ronald Lo Russo from Vornado Realty Trust to be the new president, passing Reingold over for the top job. [more]

  • From left: Gucci on Fifth Avenue and Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    From left: Gucci on Fifth Avenue and Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

    New York’s Upper Fifth Avenue is now the world’s most expensive place to lease retail. [more]

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  • caridi

    From left: Joseph Caridi and Ron Lo Russo

    Joseph Caridi, a former tri-state region chief operating officer at Colliers International, has joined Cushman & Wakefield as a senior managing director, according to Cushman.

    Caridi will again focus on the tri-state region as a member of a management team in Cushman’s headquarters at 1290 Sixth Avenue in Midtown. He will be involved with recruiting and developing strategy. Caridi will report to Ron Lo Russo, who is president of the tri-state region operations for Cushman. [more]

  • The mysterious vacancy of 23 Wall Street

    November 17, 2014 08:45AM
    23 Wall Street, Manhattan

    23 Wall Street, Manhattan

    Among the banks, financial companies and roughly 60,000 residents of the Financial District, one iconic building remains empty. [more]

  • Cushman & Wakefield's Glenn Markman

    Cushman & Wakefield’s Glenn Markman

    Cushman & Wakefield commercial broker Glenn Markman passed away last week after succumbing to cancer, leaving behind a legacy as one of Brooklyn’s leading advocates for growth. [VIDEO]

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    From left: Andrew Scandalios, 45 Broad Street (Credit: PropertyShark), rendering of 45 Broad and LCOR’s Peter DiLullo

    A Lower Manhattan development parcel once owned by Kent Swig will return to the market next year and could sell for as much as $110 million, insiders said. [more]

  • Cushman’s Glenn Markman dies at 52

    November 04, 2014 05:15PM
    Glenn Markman

    Glenn Markman

    Glenn Markman, a Cushman & Wakefield commercial broker who negotiated leases on behalf of Spike Lee and the Brooklyn Nets and became one of the industry’s leading advocates for Brooklyn’s growth, died today. He was 52.

    The cause of death was cancer, according to a statement from Cushman & Wakefield, where Markman spent the last 12 years of his 28-year career in brokerage. [more]

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    55 Water Street in Financial District, and Stuart Romanoff

    Financial District-based construction services firm Hunter Roberts Construction Group inked a sublease for a 37,000-square-foot space on the 51st floor of 55 Water Street, one of the biggest commercial buildings in the city.

    The space at the 3.8 million-square-foot, 53-story property is leased to law firm Sullivan and Cromwell. Ross Eisenberg and Stuart Romanoff of Cushman & Wakefield represented the construction firm, which plans to relocate from 225 Liberty Street next month. [more]

  • 645

    645 Madison Avenue in Midtown and Joanne Podell

    The 40,000-square-foot retail component at TF Cornerstone’s 22-story office building in Midtown East is being marketed, according to the developer.

    Joanne Podell and Andrew Kahn of Cushman & Wakefield are serving as exclusive retail agents on the property. The retail space spans several floors and sits at the base of the 164,000-square-foot building at East 60th Street. Women’s clothing store Ann Taylor occupied the retail space until it closed earlier this year. [more]

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    488 Madison Avenue in Midtown (Inset: Jeffrey Feil and Peter Van Duyne)

    French media company Lagardère Unlimited Americas is doubling its New York space with a new 18,555-square-foot space at the Feil Organization’s 488 Madison Avenue in Midtown. [more]

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    Ed Guiltinan and 1221 Sixth Avenue in Midtown

    MUFG Union Bank, a subsidiary of the Japanese Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bank, signed one of the biggest new office leases of the year. The firm is taking 209,700 square feet on the bottom three floors of the Rockefeller Group’s McGraw-Hill Building in Midtown.

    In July, the Japanese Tokyo-Mitsubishi Bank was in talks to take a larger space – 303,000 square feet – at the base of the building at 1221 Sixth Avenue, as previously reported. [more]

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    Laura Pomerantz and Edward Forst

    Laura Pomerantz, founder of the tenant-focused commercial and investment firm brokerage Laura Pomerantz Real Estate, has joined Cushman & Wakefield as a vice chair and head of strategic accounts, according to a spokesperson for Cushman.

    Pomerantz will head up the strategic accounts department at Cushman. She was a founding partner of boutique commercial brokerage PBS Real Estate before starting a namesake firm last year. PBS Real Estate merged with ABS Partners Real Estate around the time of her departure, as The Real Deal reported. [more]

  • bo-retail-opportunities-pabt-2

    From left: retail spaces at the Port Authority Bus Terminal and Journal Square PATH station

    Cushman & Wakefield is poised to land a contract to broker up to 230,000 square feet of retail space at Port Authority transit hubs in the city and across the Hudson River, agency documents show. [more]


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