Myles Fennon

Managing Director

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

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    +1 212 841-7532

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Myles Fennon is a Managing Director within C&W’s Agency Consulting Group. He joined the firm in 2011 and is based in the firm’s world headquarters in Midtown Manhattan, from which the firm operates 235 offices in 60 countries. Mr. Fennon possesses a thorough knowledge of commercial real estate and represents a broad spectrum of landlords including Tishman Speyer, Union Investment, Savanna, Jack Resnick & Sons, Janus Property Company, Anbang International, and The Trump Organization. Working in partnership with dedicated brokerage teams, the Agency Consulting Group implements a process-centric approach to leasing property that leverages its collective experience in advising principals and owners with respect to their commercial leasing platforms.

Prior to joining C&W, Mr. Fennon spent six years with Newmark Knight Frank at the firm’s Manhattan headquarters. During that time he represented an ownership roster that included The Paramount Group, Philips International, ELK Investors, and Samson Management. In his role as leasing agent, he has completed transactions valued in excess of $65 million.  Earlier in his career at Newmark, Mr. Fennon managed the global real estate portfolios of DoubleClick, Nuance Technologies and Nu-Horizons, providing him a comprehensive understanding of the needs of large, international multi-office companies.

Mr. Fennon is a graduate of  the Pennsylvania State University (University Park) with a B.A. degree in Communication Arts and Sciences, with a concentration in Business.  He is a former president of the Pennsylvania State University Alumni Association (NYC Chapter). Mr. Fennon is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York and the New York Road Runners.  He is a six-time finisher of the New York City Marathon and has completed 13 ultra marathons, including the prestigious Western States 100, where he earned a silver buckle.