Who's Who in the Buildings Market 2004: Cushman & Wakefield Inc.

Sept. 1, 2004
The 2004 'A' List
#12Cushman & Wakefield Inc.New York, NY
(212) 841-7500
www.cushwake.comWith 160 offices in 48 countries, New York City-headquartered Cushman & Wakefield Inc. (C&W) advises, implements, and manages on behalf of landlords, tenants, and investors through each stage of the real estate process. Approximately 1,450 professionals are involved full-time in facilities. C&W reports management responsibilities for more than 361 million square feet of space: 256.2 million square feet in 3,177 office buildings; 25.2 million square feet in 1,084 shopping centers; 6.3 million square feet in six multi-family housing buildings, with a collective total of 21,000 units; 16.4 million square feet in 17 “other commercial” facilities; and 57.3 million square feet in 302 industrial buildings. C&W estimates it will spend $1.2 billion for its clients in capital spending toward facilities in 2004, with another $7.5 billion devoted to operations. In 2004, 550 projects (involving 17.7 million square feet of space) will be completed.[Editors’ Note: A global technology platform in which to deliver its fully integrated real estate solutions offers Cushman & Wakefield’s clients the best management of communications, assignments, and performance. That relates to clients as real-time information, speed, and cost reductions in delivery. In addition to the company’s proprietary CW-ONE SharePlace, a Web-based site to which any and all portfolio documentation can be posted, reviewed, and modified, C&W has formed strategic partnerships with the Business Integration Group, ePropertyTax, and FacilityPro to support its core businesses more efficiently and further provide streamlined services to clients.]

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