David Cook - Cushman & Wakefield
David Cook

David Cook

Vice Chairman

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    1330 Post Oak Blvd, Suite 2700
    Houston, TX 77056
    United States

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    +1 713 963-2888

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David Cook is an Executive Vice President and shareholder with Cushman & Wakefield (C&W).  He brings more than 40 years of real estate experience to solving a broad range of his clients’ requirements. Mr. Cook specializes in the sale and leasing of commercial, industrial and investment real estate, and has been the Account Director for nine major corporations, assisting them with transaction management for their national or global portfolios.

In 1990, Mr. Cook joined C&W where he rapidly became one of the company’s top brokers. Throughout his career, he has completed more than 4,445 assignments valued in excess of $4 billion. Assignments Mr. Cook is involved in include: site acquisitions and dispositions, investment sales, industrial leasing, high-profile land sales, 1031 exchanges, and conventional and sealed bid sales

Awards & Associations

Repeat recipient of C&W’s National Service Excellence Award.

 

Consecutively one of the top-producing brokers for C&W’s Houston office since 1990.

 

Repeat honoree of the company’s Top Global Industrial/Land Broker of the Year for 2002, 2004, 2006, and 2007 2013.

 

Two time recipient of the Industrial Broker of the Year award from the Houston Chapter of NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association (1993, 1999), and inducted into the NAIOP Hall of Fame (2013)

 

Former Commercial Real Estate Professional of the Year and Realtor of the Year by Houston Association of Realtors.

 

Designated Counselor of Real Estate (CRE) by the prestigious real estate society, the Counselors of Real Estate.

 

Active in the local, state, and national levels of various realtor organizations, serving in many leadership capacities, including President of the Houston Association of Realtors.

 

Formerly appointed by the Governor of Texas for a six-year term on the Texas Real Estate Commission and was named its Chairman in 1988.

 

Member and former Vice President of the Houston chapter of CoreNet, as well as being a member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR) since 1976 and serving as President of its Houston Gulf Coast Chapter and on its National Executive Committee.

 

Served on several boards, including the ESCAPE Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse and the Market Square Historic District, and as past President of the Exchange Club of the Magic Circle.

 

Member of the Greater Houston Partnership, having been involved with the formation of the Houston Economic Development Council and serving as a member of the steering committee and as Chairman of both the marketing committee and the Houston Marketing Network

 

Served since 2005 on the Land Redevelopment Committee for the City of Houston

Assignments

Disposition

AIG - ±20 Acres

Crescent CBD Land Sales - 20.7 Acres

Former Allen Park Inn - ±7.4 Acres

Block 128 - ±62,500 Sq. Ft.

1605 Post Oak Blvd. - ±1.905

Richmond & Buffalo Spwy. - ±3.97 Acres

Baker Hughes - 104 Acres- Westheimer/West Belt

Fluor - 189 Acres - U.S. 59/S.H. 6

Hewlett Packard - 168.5 Acres - S.H. 249/Louetta

Hewlett Packard - 462.2 Acres - S.H. 249/Louetta

Six Flags - 104 Acres - South Loop 610/Kirby

BMC - 1.5M SF & 22.1 Acres - West Belt/CityWest Blvd.

Acquisition

Opicoil  - Southeast Quadrant - Houston CBD

YMCA - 27,599 square feet on 1.33 acres - 3615 and 3621 Willia Street

BP - 16.3 acres - Texas City, Texas

Lionstone - 6.8 acres - 100 Waugh

NL Industries - +/- 60 acres - Northbelt

Silver Eagle Distributors HQ Relocation - 12.19 acres - Loop 610 @ I-10

Girl Scouts of America - 50,112 square feet on 1.86 acres - 3110 Southwest Freeway

HCCS - 463,000 square feet - 3100 Main Street

Federal Reserve Bank - Block 365 - Houston CBD

Federal Reserve Bank - 13 acres - 1801 Allen Parkway