Newmark Grubb Knight Frank

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Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Type Subsidiary
Industry Real Estate
Founded 1929
Formed partnership with Knight Frank in 2006
Headquarters 125 Park Avenue
New York, New York, USA
Key people Jeffrey Gural, Chairman
Barry M. Gosin, CEO
James D. Kuhn, President
Services Leasing Advisory, Global Corporate Services, Investment Sales and Capital Markets, Consulting, Program and Project Management, Property and Facilities Management, Valuation and Advisory Services
Employees 12,000+
Parent BGC Partners
Website www.ngkf.com

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, founded in 1929, is a multinational real estate service firm headquartered in New York City. Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and London-based partner, Knight Frank, has more than 12,000 employees and operates from more than 330 offices worldwide.

History[edit]

Newmark was founded as a commercial real estate services firm in Manhattan in 1929.

In 2000, Newmark embarked upon a national expansion and in 2006 formed a partnership with London-headquartered Knight Frank, creating an international commercial real estate company, Newmark Knight Frank.[1]

In October 2011, Newmark Knight Frank became a part of BGC Partners, Inc (NASDAQ:BGCP), a brokerage company primarily servicing the wholesale financial markets.[2]

In April 2012, BGC Partners bought commercial real estate firm, Grubb & Ellis, to form Newmark Grubb Knight Frank[3]

Services[edit]

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank offers a range of real estate development and management services including: Leasing Advisory, Global Corporate Services, Investment Sales and Capital Markets, Consulting, Program and Project Management, Property and Facilities Management, Valuation and Advisory Services

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