David Chuoke joined Cushman & Wakefield as an associate in January 1991 and was promoted to Associate Director in 1995, Director in 1998, and Senior Director 2001. Since 1987, he has been involved in agency assignments involving institutional real estate with an aggregate value in excess of $3 billion.
Office building transactions are a principal focus of David’s practice. Since 1987, David has been involved with the sale of our 14% of Houston’s 178 million square foot total office space inventory; however, he has also participated in sales while at Cushman & Wakefield involving seven full service hotels; 21 regional malls with an aggregate value of over $700 million; and several prominent land parcels and industrial assets, including Intermarine’s Deepwater Terminal on the Houston Ship Channel (2011).
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, David served as Vice President of the Eastdil Realty in Houston. During a four-year tenure with Eastdil, David was involved with the sales of hotels, office buildings and retail developments for institutions including New York State Employee Retirement System, New York Life, Aetna, and Texas Commerce Bank, with aggregate value of the these transactions exceeding $247 million.
Between 1983 and 1987, David served with Century Development Corporation in Houston as a Financial Analyst and Director of Financial Planning. At Century, David was involved with redevelopment and marketing six high-rise condominium projects in Houston, Dallas and Austin with an aggregate value of $425 million, as well as the leasing and development of 2.9 million square feet of Class A Houston CBD office space in Four Allen Center and Wells Fargo Bank Plaza.
While attending graduate school, David served as a Financial Analyst in the treasury department of a Houston-based NYSE-listed retail company.