Thomas J. O’Leary serves as a senior director in both the Leasing Services and Capital Markets Groups of the Stamford, Connecticut office of Cushman & Wakefield. He has more than 28 years of real estate experience, all with Cushman & Wakefield, specializing in corporate leasing and investment sales within the Fairfield and Westchester County markets. Over the last five years, Mr. O’Leary has been responsible for sales and leasing transactions totaling more than $730 million and has represented such clients as Lend Lease Real Estate Investments, Allilanz Real Estate of America, Torchlight Investors, Inc., the Silverman Group, Asea Brown Boveri, Procter & Gamble, Exxon Corporation, General Re Corporation, Hall Investments, Inc., New Boston Fund, Inc., Preotle Lane & Associates, Pitney Bowes, Marcus Partners, Wise Foods, Inc. and Health Net, Inc. Mr. O’Leary is also responsible for leasing agencies totaling more than 1 million square feet in Fairfield County.
Mr. O’Leary was responsible for some of the area’s most notable sales including 695 East Main Street, 900 Long Ridge Road, 750 East Main Street, 30 Oak Street/1200 Bedford Street and 300 Main Street in Stamford, CT; 55/57 Greens Farms Road in Westport, CT; Merritt 8 Corporate Park in Stratford, CT; Trefoil Park in Trumbull, CT; 120 White Plains Road in Tarrytown, NY; and Harrison Court in Harrison, NY.
Mr. O’Leary joined Cushman & Wakefield in 1984 as a senior property accountant in the Asset Services Group for the tri-state region. Prior to becoming a broker in 1989, he was Assistant Manager, Regional Finance and Administration and Regional Analyst for the Financial Services Group.
Mr. O’Leary is a member of the Real Estate Finance Association and is a corporate volunteer for the United Way of Stamford. A graduate of Fairfield University, he earned his B.S. in marketing. Mr. O’Leary is also an active volunteer in numerous community organizations. He is a former board member of the Old Greenwich Riverside Community Center, The Riverside Association, The Greenwich Alliance for Education and the Greenwich Civic Center committee.