• Bruce Mosler

    Bruce Mosler
    Bruce E. Mosler, CEO Cushman & Wakefield Photo: John Filo

    Bruce E. Mosler, CEO Cushman & Wakefield
    Photo: John Filo

    Bruce Mosler is global brokerage chairman of Cushman & Wakefield, a commercial real estate firm in New York. He previously served as president and CEO of the firm from 2005-2010. Mosler has participated in transactions totaling in the billions of dollars over the course of his career. Mosler’s largest deals to date include leasing 355,000 square feet at the AXA Financial Center to Neuberger Berman Group in 2014. In 1999, he worked on HBO’s renewal lease of 315,000 square feet at 1100 Avenue of the Americas.

    Other deals over 100,000 square feet include transactions with NYU, Hachette Book Group, New York Life Insurance Company, and R/GA Media Group. In 1998, Mosler won a Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) “Deal of the Year” award for the consolidation of the Reuters Buildingat 3 Times Square. He later went on to win another REBNY award for his work in bringing clothing retailer H&M to a flagship store in the United States.
    Mosley attended college and played football at Duke University. Mosler’s father, John Mosler, was the former chairman of American Standard.