John Feeney is co-head of the Multifamily Practice Group for Valuation Services nationally.
Since joining Cushman & Wakefield's Valuation & Advisory group, Mr. Feeney has worked on assignments including vacant land, air rights, office buildings, corporate headquarter facilities (both existing and proposed), shopping centers, industrial complexes, commercial properties, residential properties, hotels and investment properties throughout the United States.
Mr. Feeney is qualified as an expert witness in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, County of Queens and County of Nassau. Mr. Feeney has also been a guest speaker at Columbia University’s School of Business Real Estate Club, the Appraisal Institute Metropolitan District Chapter Number 4, the Real Estate Board of New York, and New York University’s Masters in Real Estate Program.
Since 1997, Mr. Feeney has headed the multifamily valuation team for New York’s Valuation Services. During this time, Mr. Feeney has prepared appraisals and consulted on hundreds of multifamily assets including premier developments such as the Residences at the Time Warner Center, Trump World Tower, the Residences at 50 Central Park South, and One Beacon Court. Appraisal and consultation services have been provided to Con Edison on its transaction for its sites along First Avenue, proposed to be developed with over 5,000,000 square feet of mixed use buildings. Mr. Feeney’s team was responsible for the appraisal of the first downtown residential buildings to be granted Liberty Bond Financing. Assignments have included properties in each borough of New York City, and include cooperatives, existing and proposed condominium developments, proposed and existing rental developments, 80/20 mixed use developments, Section 8 and Section 236 housing developments, Mitchell Lama developments, development sites, air rights, Low Income Housing Tax Credits, Inclusionary Housing, and benefits related to sub-market financing.