In 1968 Cushman & Wakefield opened its first office in New Jersey, in Lyndhurst. The New Jersey market today boasts 200 employees, including 100 brokers and sales professionals across four offices. In 1980 Cushman & Wakefield expanded into Connecticut, opening an office in Stamford. The company’s final expansion in the New York Tri-State Region came with the opening of offices in Queens in 1999 and Brooklyn in 2002.
In 2014 and 2015 two significant changes further increased Cushman & Wakefield’s position as one of the world’s and the New York Tri-State Region’s leading commercial real estate firms. In 2014, the company acquired Massey Knakal Realty Services, New York’s No. 1 Investment Sales firm. Then in 2015, Cushman & Wakefield merged with DTZ, creating one of the largest commercial real estate companies in the world, with a robust and comprehensive platform of services.
Cushman & Wakefield has built our iconic brand in the New York Tri-State Region by leveraging our greatest asset: our people. With diverse backgrounds and an unmatched depth of experience and expertise, Cushman & Wakefield continues to provide the best solutions for every client’s real estate needs.
Cushman & Wakefield’s New York Tri-State Region is home to nearly 1,300 professionals across New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. This includes producers, support staff, and operational teams in all of our vertically integrated services. As we continue to grow, we are always looking for top talent in every area who want to be part of the best team in the New York Tri-State region.
For a searchable list of our New York Tri-State Region employees, please visit the People Finder page of Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Website. ,
WHAT WE BELIEVE
Deep local and global knowledge creates significant value for our clients
Relentless curiosity delivers unseen opportunities
Every touch point is an opportunity to deliver an exceptional experience for clients
Diverse backgrounds, cultures, and expertise inspire breakthrough innovation
Our brand and our people will be the envy of the industry
Alone we are good; together we are great
WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM US
A strong bias for action
A rigorous focus on results
Value created through insight
The right people powered by the right platform
In order to deliver the excellence that our clients expect from us, Cushman & Wakefield offers our employees several organizations and initiatives that they can participate in to further their professional development, including:
CWFL: Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders Group
CWFL is a network of rising professionals within Cushman & Wakefield that encourages professional development opportunities. This professional network allows the future leaders of the company to develop new skills through formal Learning and Development trainings catered to group interests; to sit on the Executive Leadership board, granting them access to working with National and Regional Presidents of Cushman & Wakefield; and to network with other Cushman & Wakefield employees outside of the work group.
The organization is also heavily involved in philanthropic efforts. In 2016, CWFL in the U.S. and Canada raised in excess of $578,841 for a number of different charities. Here in the New York Tri-State Region, one of the most successful events was the Glenn Markman Foundation Basketball Tournament (pictured), which raised more than $100,000 for this charitable foundation.
Women’s Integrated Network
Cushman & Wakefield’s Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) was created to accelerate the advancement of women working at Cushman & Wakefield. By sharing information, best practices, education, and experience, the network helps its members to develop leadership skills and career advancing opportunities. WIN hosts monthly events, including member lunches, social outings, professional development workshops, and charitable activities. Some activities are offered in partnership with other women’s groups and industry organizations. Philanthropy efforts include mentorship and volunteer activities with The Young Women’s Leadership Schools, Same Sky, and Dress for Success, among others.
Veterans Jobs Initiative
Bruce Mosler, Chairman of Global Brokerage, has a long history of working on various veterans initiatives both here in the New York Tri-State Region and nationally. As part of Cushman & Wakefield’s commitment to honoring our veterans, Mr. Mosler now serves as Chair of the Veterans Jobs Initiative at Cushman & Wakefield. This new comprehensive program aims at hiring United States Veterans, first to facility management and project management positions, as well as positions in various sectors of Cushman & Wakefield. This program is part of our special commitment to give back to our veterans in thanks for the tremendous sacrifices they have made for us. In addition to his role at Cushman & Wakefield, Mr. Mosler serves as the co-chairman of the Intrepid, Sea, Air and Space Museum; as chairman of the Business Executives for National Security; and on the boards of Syracuse University’s Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, the Police Athletic League and the Navy Seals Museum.
Read more about Mr. Mosler and this important program here.
Below are some of the charitable initiatives that Cushman & Wakefield has been involved with recently:
Community FoodBank of New Jersey
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey provides a meaningful volunteer experience in a positive, safe environment that is perfect for individuals, families, and groups of almost any size. Cushman & Wakefield began supporting this important organization in 2013. Each year, a team of dedicated employees gathers to sort and distribute boxes of food to those in need.
Most recently, on October 18, 2016, 25 members of our New Jersey offices assisted the Community FoodBank of New Jersey by sorting and packing boxes of food that were delivered to those in need.
The Community FoodBank of New Jersey distributes food, provides education and training, and develops programs to help hungry people throughout the state. Their mission is to fight hunger and poverty in New Jersey by assisting those in need and seeking long-term solutions. To learn more about this important organization, click here
Food Bank for New York City
Cushman & Wakefield formed a relationship with Food Bank for New York City in October 2016 when we volunteered with the Shop & Stock Pantry Assistance in West Harlem, serving meals to seniors and assisting families with shopping and stocking the pantries.
Food Bank For New York City has been the city’s major hunger-relief organization working to end hunger throughout the five boroughs for more than 30 years. To learn more about their significant charitable work in New York City, click here.
Panasonic New York City Triathlon
Beginning in 2013, a Cushman & Wakefield team of 17 professionals from our Manhattan offices joined thousands of competitors from across the globe in the New York City Triathlon. Each year Cushman & Wakefield employees gather for this event to raise donations for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
American Heart Association Walk
Members of Cushman & Wakefield put their best foot forward and took part in the American Heart Association Walk on Sunday, October 23, 2016, in Roseland, NJ. The walk included a one-mile path and a three-mile path that participants chose from. The event raised significant funds for the fight against heart disease and strokes.
Cushman & Wakefield supports Covenant House’s mission of providing extensive services on behalf of homeless and trafficked youth in NYC. Most recently, on November 9, 2016, a team led by Deborah Tomasi, Managing Director, brought together a philanthropic-minded Cushman & Wakefield team to pursue Covenant House’s mission of providing support to those in need in NYC.
These dedicated individuals slept out on cold snowy sidewalks of New York City, raising critical funds and awareness. This is the second year that the New York City office has participated, and through the team’s efforts a significant amount of much-needed funds were donated to this worthy cause.
On November 9, 2016, a team led by Cushman & Wakefield’s Deborah Tomasi, Managing Director, held its first fundraiser benefit for Covenant House, successfully raising more than $75,000 for this important cause.