Stuart Romanoff has been a member of the firm since 1982 and co-heads a team of brokerage professionals located at the World Headquarters Office. He has been involved in some of the most significant leasing and sales assignments totaling over 20 million square feet of real estate transactions and holds the distinction of consistently being among the top 20 real estate professionals nationally at Cushman & Wakefield.
Mr. Romanoff graduated from Ithaca College in New York with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business and Marketing. He is also a graduate of the New York University Real Estate Program.
He is currently a member of the Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis Advisory Board at George Washington University School for Business and is on the board of the Real Estate and Finance Alliance of the George Washington University Luther Rice Society. He is on the board of the Avenue of the Americas Association and the Meat Packing Improvement Association. He also served as an executive board member of the Ithaca College Business Advisory Council advising on policy and curriculum.
Awards & Associations
Mr. Romanoff was honored with Forum Magazine’s National Deal of the Year Award and REBNY’s Robert T. Lawrence Memorial Award for the Wasserstein Perella lease at 1301 Avenue of the Americas, New York. The team was hand selected by the Board of Directors to spearhead Cushman & Wakefield’s relocation of their new headquarters. He actively speaks at industry events such as panelist speaker for the Commercial Observer.
Mr. Romanoff is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York. He has held the distinguished title of Chairman of the Real Estate Division/New Leadership for Israel Bonds and Vice Chairman of the Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York. He was also active in Project Rebirth, the chronicling of 9/11 and the rebuilding efforts of Ground Zero, and the Real Estate Advisory Board of the Museum of Arts & Design, Albert Einstein Hospital, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Israel Cancer Research Fund, HeartShare, Intrepid Museum Foundation, and Lubavitch Youth Organization.
Apollo Global Management LLC; Babson Capital Management LLC; Bank Audi (USA), Inc.; Cerberus Capital Management, L.P.; Centerview Partners LLC; Fortress Investments Group LLC; Geller & Company; Goldman Sachs; HRS Management; Lazard Freres & Co.; MacKay Shields; Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance; Millennium Partners, L.P.; Moelis & Company; Mitsui Trust & Banking; Motor Vehicles Accident Indemnification Corporation; OppenheimerFunds; Rabobank; Wafra Investment Advisory Group, Inc.; and Wasserstein Perella & Company, Inc. (n/k/a Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein)
MEDIA & COMMUNICATIONS
Bloomberg L.P.; Cordiant Communications (Bates Advertising); Dentsu Holdings USA, Inc.; Find/SVP; Inc.; Hearst Corporation; Kirshenbaum Bond; Leo Burnett USA, Inc.; Outcast; Prism Business Media; Publicis Groupe; Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising; Siegel + Gale; Time Warner/NY1; and Zenith Media Services, Inc.
Bloomberg for Mayor 2009 and 2005; Fame Information Services, Inc.; Federated Department Stores; First Solar; Globix Corporation; Hess Corporation; International Institute for Learning; NFL; Neopost USA, Inc.; Novell, Inc.; Oxford Health Plans, Inc.; Times Mirror Co.; and Tribune
LAW & ACCOUNTING FIRMS
Bracewell & Giuliani; Davis, Graber, Plotzker & Ward LLP; Dickstein Partners, Inc.; Duane Morris LLP; Newman Ferrara LLP; Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP; Loeb, Block & Partners LLP; and Manning, Raab, Dealy & Sturm
55 West 46th Street; 1710 Broadway; 1290 Avenue of the Americas; 1330 Avenue of the Americas; 625 Avenue of the Americas; 375 Hudson Street; 2 Park Avenue; 11 Penn Plaza; 75 Wall Street; 67 Wall Street; 80 Maiden Lane; High Ridge Office Park in Stamford CT; and 1025 Old Country Road in Westbury NY
Cushman & Wakefield, Inc.; Hunter Roberts Construction Group; Empire Office, Inc.; HRH Construction Corp.; Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates; RMJM, Inc.; The Switzer Group; Turner Construction Corp.; and Vornado Realty Trust