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Cushman & Wakefield is a market leader in Washington, DC and is consistently ranked among the area’s top brokerage firms and property management teams. We have grown to employ more than 850+ team members, with deep knowledge of the market and know how to uncover innovative real estate solutions for our clients. In 2018, Cushman & Wakefield was named Leasing Firm of the Year and Sales/Finance Firm of the Year by CREBA and was recognized as a Top Workplace by the Washington Business Journal.

Washington, DC Market Intelligence
From Georgetown to NoMa, our Washington, DC operation delivers tailored solutions to help clients undertake any real estate challenge and achieve optimum, measurable outcomes. When you engage us, we’ll leverage Cushman & Wakefield’s research, insights, and technology to ensure your success and build a valuable long-term relationship. Our team offers exceptional expertise in agency leasing, tenant representation, capital markets, property management, project and development services, debt & equity, and valuation & advisory services through all areas of Washington, DC.

A Culture of Caring and Collaboration
Much of our success in Washington, DC is due to the unique collaborative culture that has been carefully fostered in the office since its inception. Additionally, we pride ourselves on giving back to the communities in which our team members live and work, which is a cornerstone of our culture and guiding principles. Our employees value the opportunity to invest their personal time and resources to benefit a wide variety of deserving organizations.

Thinking Beyond Washington, DC?
Whether your portfolio extends beyond Washington, DC, or you simply want to understand how global real estate trends can impact your strategy, we’re here to help. Benefit from market intelligence and insights drawn from Cushman & Wakefield’s 400 global offices in 70 countries.

Meet the People

Bill Collins Washington DC Capital Markets
William Collins

Executive Vice Chair
Washington, United States


+1 (202) 463-1102

william.collins@cushwake.com

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Ben Comm Washington DC Property Management
Benjamin Comm

SMD, Asset Services
Washington, United States


+1 (202) 266-1315

ben.comm@cushwake.com

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Lynda Gallagher Washington DC
Lynda Gallagher

Senior Managing Director
Washington, United States


+1 (202) 772-5785

lynda.gallagher@cushwake.com

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Featured Services

Agency Leasing
Strategic agency leasing ensures that your investment yields high value and long-term tenants whether for a signature property or portfolio.
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Tenant Representation

Site selection and lease negotiations for occupiers of office, retail and industrial based on workplace and logistics strategies.

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Asset Services
Managing office, retail or industrial property to reduce costs, mitigate risk, and enhance value—while providing superior tenant service.
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Capital Markets
Our capital markets teams leverage an integrated suite of investor services to deliver strategies to solve complex real estate challenges.
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Project & Development Services
Our project and development advisors bring a long-term perspective that minimizes risk and drives value throughout design and construction.
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Valuation & Advisory
Our Valuation & Advisory (V&A) group of 640+ professionals across the Americas deliver clients accurate, reliable valuations that guide smart equity and debt decisions in real-time.
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