Top Manhattan commercial agents in October

From left: Paul Leibowitz, William Shanahan, Doug Harmon, Adam Spies, Darcy Stacom, Vincent Carrega and Jon Epstein

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Darcy Stacom, a vice chairman of CBRE, represented the seller in two of the top five brokered commercial real estate sales, based on price, recorded in city property records last month, data from and CoStar Group show.

Stacom, along with CBRE’s William Shanahan and Paul Leibowitz, were the brokers for the sale of two St. Vincent’s Catholic Medical Centers buildings to Rudin Management and Long Island-Jewish Health Care System. In another bankruptcy proceeding, Eastdil Secured brokers Doug Harmon and Adam Spies represented the bankruptcy court in the sale of 1107 Broadway to the Witkoff Group.

Meanwhile, Stacom and Shanahan of CBRE represented Barclays Capital Real Estate in the sale of 475 Fifth Avenue, and Jon Mayblum and David Bengel of advisory firm Arcturus Group, represented the seller GHG Realty in the sale of 21 Penn Plaza to the Feil Organization and equity partner Savanna Partners.
Finally, six brokers from Grubb & Ellis, including Vincent Carrega, represented the buyer and seller at 93 Worth Street to Izaki Group Investments.