Clarke Lewis

Senior Managing Director • United States

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Clarke Lewis

Senior Managing Director • United States


Clarke Lewis is a Senior Managing Director and the Appraisal Management Practice Group Leader for Cushman & Wakefield’s Valuation & Advisory group, based out of Islandia. He joined the firm in 2004 and since this time, his appraisal and consulting assignments have included vacant land, air rights, office buildings, shopping centers, industrial complexes, commercial properties, universities, residential properties, hotels, resort properties/golf courses, utilities and investment properties throughout the United States. Valuations have been made of proposed, partially completed, renovated and existing structures. Clarke is qualified as an expert witness in condemnation matters in the State of New York and testified in bankruptcy litigation in the State of New York.

Prior to starting at Cushman & Wakefield, Clarke was a commercial real estate appraiser at Peter F. Korpacz & Associates Inc. from July 1986 to June 1995. While there, he was responsible for appraisals for mortgage financing, equity purchases, feasibility studies on proposed developments, portfolio review, land use studies and highest and best use analysis.

In July 1995 he joined HSBC Bank USA as Vice President in the Real Estate Appraisal Review Unit. In August 1999 Clarke was elected as First Vice President and became manager, Real Estate Services, where he managed the appraisal review unit, environmental risk unit and flood certification area. While at HSBC Bank USA, he was responsible for final valuations and environmental recommendations for, in excess of 1,100 commercial properties per year. The properties ranged from small owner occupied HSBC branch originated transactions to some of the largest commercial real estate transactions in the country. These larger assignments were performed for the bank’s commercial real estate finance group, which had a portfolio in excess of $10 billion dollars and multiple national locations. Clarke was employed with HSBC Bank USA through December 2003.

Bachelor of Science, University of Connecticut

Appraisal Management

  • Designated Member, Appraisal Institute (MAI #34358). As of the current date, Clarke Lewis, MAI has completed the requirements of the continuing education program of the Appraisal Institute.
  • Certified General Real Estate Appraiser in the following states:
    • Alabama – G01053
    • California – AG044357
    • Colorado – CG100041297
    • Connecticut – RCG.0001302
    • District of Columbia – GA2002068
    • Florida – RZ3445
    • Georgia – CG343502
    • Hawaii – CGA 0000997
    • Iowa – CG03090
    • Illinois – 553.002004
    • Kentucky – 4477
    • Maine – CG2919
    • Maryland – 10409
    • Massachusetts - 103353
    • Michigan – 1201074066
    • Mississippi – GA-975
    • Nevada – A.0206481-CG
    • New Hampshire – NHCG-783
    • New Jersey – 42RG00233300
    • New York – 46000008906
    • North Carolina – A7438
    • Ohio – 2011000228
    • Oregon – C0010389
    • Pennsylvania -.GA3846
    • Rhode Island – CGA.0A01427
    • South Carolina - No.7226
    • Tennessee – 4452
    • Texas – TX 1380224
    • Utah – 7801353-CG00
    • Vermont – 080-0072673
    • Virginia – 4001017172
    • West Virginia – CG532
  • New York Real Estate Salesperson (40LE0820852)

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