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New York’s Largest Commercial Property Managers
Rank Company Phone/website Head of NY office 2011/2010
commercial sq. ft.
managed in NYC
(in millions)1
2011/2010
third-party sq. ft.
managed in NYC
(in millions)2
2011 NYC employees3 National headquarters Selected tenants
1
Cushman & Wakefield Inc.
1290 Sixth Ave.
New York, NY 10104
(212) 841-7500
www.cushwake.com
Joseph R. Harbert
Chief operating officer, New York metro region

Joseph
A. Lagano
Senior managing director, corporate occupier and investor services
71.42
68.87
71.42
68.87
1,554 Manhattan Credit Suisse, JPMorgan Chase, UBS, Beacon Capital
2
CB Richard Ellis
200 Park Ave.
New York, NY 10166
(212) 984-8000
www.cbre.com
Matt Van Buren
President, New York tristate region
68.30
66
0
0
496 Los Angeles Sidley Austin Brown & Wood, Marsh & McLennan, Condé Nast, Davis Polk & Wardwell
3
Jones Lang LaSalle Americas Inc.
601 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10022
(212) 812-5700
www.joneslanglasalle.com
Peter Riguardi
President, New York region
63.50
62
63.50
62
850 Chicago Bank of America, HSBC, Pfizer, Deutsche Bank
New York City includes the five boroughs: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island. Crain’s New York Business uses staff research, extensive surveys and the most current references available to produce its lists, but there is no guarantee that these listings are complete. To qualify for this list, companies must manage commercial property in the five boroughs. All information was provided by the companies. Commercial square feet and third-party square feet have been rounded to two decimal places. Rankings and percentages are based on rounded numbers. In case of tied figures, companies are ranked by number of New York City employees. n/a Not available. n/d Not disclosed.1 Office properties only; as of June 30.
2 Third-party square footage refers to property managed by a company other than the owner, as of June 30.
3 Full-time and full-time-equivalent only, including union members and administrative employees, as of June 30.

Research: Dana Gordon, Suzanne Panara and Helen Kwong

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