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  • Q&A: James Snook, Commercial Observer’s 25 Under 35 Honoree
    James Snook, Cushman & Wakefield James Snook is a Director in Cushman & Wakefield’s Equity, Debt, and Structured Finance service line, specializing in the hospitality sector. In his role, James is responsible for the marketing of hospitality sales and financing transactions, term sheet and LOI negotiation, and the facilitation of the... Read more »
  • Q&A: Connor Daugstrup, Commercial Observer’s 30 Under 30 Honoree
    Connor Daugstrup, Office Brokerage After graduating from Denison University, Connor Daugstrup joined Cushman & Wakefield through the firm’s selective PREP program, where he was able to gain experience in a variety of service lines to develop an extensive understanding of the commercial real estate business. Since completing the program five years... Read more »
  • Q&A: Aylin Gucalp, Commercial Observer’s 30 Under 30 Honoree
      Aylin Gucalp, Retail Services Currently a Senior Associate in Retail Services, Aylin Gucalp joined Cushman & Wakefield in 2014 as part of the firm’s one-year PREP rotational program, an experience that exposed her to the company’s investment sales, brokerage, valuation and appraisal, and equity, debt and structured finance service lines. Upon... Read more »
  • Cushman & Wakefield’s Steve Kohn Appointed Chairman of Urban Land Institute New York
    Steve Kohn, Vice Chairman & President of Cushman & Wakefield’s Equity, Debt & Structured Finance (EDSF) service line, was named Chairman of The Urban Land Institute New York (ULI NY) effective July 1, 2018. Previous to this appointment, Steve Kohn was a Trustee and Governor of ULI and the former... Read more »
  • Manhattan’s Office Leasing Remains Strong First Half of 2018
    As the New York City economy continues to grow, office leasing activity has followed suit. In May, New York City’s employment stood at a record 4,496,400 jobs, up 13,200 from March and up 80,000 from one year ago. Although the TAMI and financial sectors shed jobs in April and May,... Read more »
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