Mosler, Mirante form new team at Cushman

New York /
Jan.January 05, 2011 09:01 AM
From left: Bruce Mosler and Arthur Mirante

[Updated at 12:30, with comment from Cushman & Wakefield] Bruce Mosler and Arthur Mirante, two former CEOs of commercial real estate services firm Cushman & Wakefield, have partnered to form a new brokerage team within the company, Real Estate Weekly reported. Mosler had served as Cushman’s CEO for five years before returning to brokerage last year, when he was named chairman of global brokerage at the company. Mirante was Cushman’s CEO for almost two decades before recruiting Mosler to join the firm in the mid-2000s to succeed him. After stepping down, Mirante moved into brokerage and focused on business development at the firm. Mosler and Mirante say they expect to compete for top commercial real estate assignments representing both landlords and tenants, and they hope to be involved in investment sales deals and corporate consulting work as well. “I look at the world from the brokerage side and it’s never been rife with so much opportunity,” Mosler said. He and Mirante have put together a 10-man team comprised of junior- and mid-level brokers along with support staff. Their team recently won an assignment to handle leasing at 625 Fulton Street, a Downtown Brooklyn office building formerly known as 10 MetroTech that is owned by Forest City Ratner. A statement from Cushman said that Mosler will remain with the company as chairman of global brokerage. [Real Estate Weekly]


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