Gary Gabriel

Executive Vice Chair • United States

H. Gary Gabriel East Rutherford Vice Chairman
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Gary Gabriel

Executive Vice Chair • United States

H. Gary Gabriel serves as a Vice Chairman of the Metropolitan Area Capital Markets Group in Cushman & Wakefield's East Rutherford, New Jersey office. As one of five partners on a 17-member team, Mr. Gabriel is responsible for managing, underwriting and marketing investment properties for sale in the suburban markets surrounding New York City.

His clients include pension fund advisors, REITs and a range of domestic and foreign private investors.  Since joining Cushman & Wakefield in 1994, Gary has underwritten, marketed and negotiated the sales of over $29 billion of investment real estate, collectively exceeding approximately 260 million square feet.

Since 1997, Mr. Gabriel has consistently ranked among the Top 100 producers at Cushman & Wakefield and within the top 10 Capital Markets brokers.

Mr. Gabriel is the founder of the Gabriel Rosinsky Foundation.

Mr. Gabriel holds an undergraduate degree in finance from George Washington University and attended graduate courses at New York University.

Mr. Gabriel is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, ULI and The Millington Bank Board. He sits on the boards of George Washington University and the university’s Center for Real Estate and Urban Analysis.

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