Hunter Moss - Cushman & Wakefield
Hunter Moss

Hunter Moss

Director

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    1290 Avenue of the Americas
    New York, NY 10104-6178
    United States

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    +1 212 589-5136

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Profile

Hunter Logan Moss is a Director in the Capital Markets Group of Cushman & Wakefield, focusing on investment sales in Manhattan’s prestigious Upper East Side.

Hunter has spent his entire 7-year career focusing on investment sales in the East side of Manhattan where he has evaluated and underwritten over 200 buildings and closed 80 transactions totaling over 1.3 billion in aggregate consideration. Hunter is known for his deep market expertise and unwavering client service. He has evaluated and sold various property types including office, mixed-use, multifamily, retail, developable land, townhouses, commercial condo/co-ops, and air right transfers.

Hunter has committed himself to building his career and growing his knowledge base. In 2015 he was promoted to Senior Associate, in 2016 to Associate Director, and most recently in 2017 to Director.

Before joining Cushman and Wakefield, Hunter served as an intern to the President and CEO of Ruckus Marketing and as an intern in the online marketing department of The College Board in New York City. He also spent several summers, while a student, working for antique auctioneer Rafael Osona at Osona Auctions in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

Hunter attended Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware, Ohio where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology. While there, he served as an Off-Campus Representative and the Sergeant-At -Arms for the Wesleyan Council on Student Affairs. He also served as a two term President and the Public Relations Chair of the Ohio Wesleyan Marketing Group and as a two term Team Leader for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Chapter of Delaware, Ohio.


Major Transactions:

  • 10 East 34th Street: a ~50,000 square foot office building sold for $52 million
  • Corinthian Building (645 First Avenue): 144 residential condominium units, $147 million
  • 281 Park Avenue South: iconic landmarked office building, $50 million
  • 264 Fifth Avenue: a future corner development site, $25.5 million
  • 212-218 East 85th Street: 76 units split across 5 contiguous buildings, $30 million
  • 65 Irving Place: townhouse, $11 million