Aaron L. Maltz initially joined Newmark in 2007 as a property manager and currently works as a broker and leasing agent in the firm’s Manhattan headquarters. Working closely with Executive Managing Director Matthew T. Leon, Mr. Maltz is an integral part of the team that represents the TF Cornerstone portfolio in Manhattan.
Mr. Maltz has worked with many of New York’s most noteworthy landlords on high profile leasing assignments including 645 Madison Avenue (164,600 sf) and Carnegie Hall Tower at 152 West 57th Street (547,000 sf) for TF Cornerstone, 1400 Broadway (929,000 sf) for Malkin Properties, 3 Columbus Circle (768,500 sf) for The Moinian Group, and a portfolio of three Midtown properties including 24 West 40th Street (74,000 sf), 45 West 45th Street (125,000 sf) and 145 West 45th Street (81,600 sf) for Samson Management Corp.
Mr. Maltz has also played a principal role in the niche market of commercial office condominium building sales in Manhattan. He has represented Philips International in its conversion of 110 East 40th Street (100,000 sf) and 40 Rector Street (575,000 sf) into effective commercial office condominium buildings with sales largely to the non-profit tenant community and to the medical community. He has also worked with a number of tenants interested in selling or purchasing commercial office condominiums around Manhattan.
During his tenure, Mr. Maltz has represented several prestigious tenants, including Cablevision, Tribeca Film Institute, Citizens Budget Commission, The Union for Reform Judaism, truSEF, DoSomething.org and Morgens Waterfall Vintiadis & Company, as well as many financial services firms, non-profit organizations and technology firms.
Mr. Maltz possesses unique expertise and experience in recognizing areas where landlords can realize value and cost savings in their properties by carefully analyzing building operations and contracts and coming up with creative ways to handle projects in property operations. His experience with green building operations and green initiatives includes working as a key player in the acquisition of the Energy Star rating at the Sleepy Hollow New York Life Campus and in the drafting of its initial LEED-EB feasibility report. Mr. Maltz also implemented building systems and policies at his properties that not only saved money for the landlords, but also fostered sustainable practices by lowering the buildings’ environmental impact and carbon footprint.
Mr. Maltz previously worked for the global management services division of Newmark as a commercial real estate property manager based out of the New Jersey office. In this capacity, he was responsible for managing daily operations at several properties and facilities including buildings owned by LNR, Direct Invest, Lumen, True North and space leased by BASF. He also assisted in the management of the Toys “R” Us world headquarters and facilitated the investigation of a possible solar power project for the campus. During this time, Mr. Maltz was also involved with numerous LEED-EB projects for properties managed by Newmark.
Mr. Maltz began his collegiate career at Rutgers University and ultimately graduated from Montclair State University with a Bachelor of Science degree. He graduated with honors, cum laude recognition.