Since the beginning of Marcella Fasulo’s real estate career in 2005, she has worked on some of New York’s and the United States’ highest profile transactions, representing both domestic and international clients. Along with her team, Fasulo has secured equity for, or advised on the sale of, $90 billion of asset sales to offshore investors, and countless more to domestic groups. Fasulo joined the Newmark platform in 2023, based in New York City.
Fasulo’s transaction experience spans from trophy and boutique assets in New York City, to trophy and large portfolio multifamily assets, to some of NYC’s largest development sites, and large national industrial portfolios. She has sourced 21 first time to US or first time to asset class buyers. She continues to serve as a trusted advisor to offshore institutional and high net worth clients as they expand their acquisitions efforts.
Fasulo and her team were previously at Cushman and Wakefield for nearly seven years, where she was most recently a Vice Chairman. Fasulo began her real estate career at CBRE on the New York City Institutional Sales Group, where she was most recently a Senior Vice President and served for a combined decade.
Fasulo was named “40 Under 40” by Crain’s New York in 2018. She is on the Membership Committee at WX. She serves on the Board of Advisors of LDS, a Nordic Bond Fund.
- 49% Interest Sale of 1 Manhattan West to Blackstone, $2.85 billion GAV
- Placement of Preferred Equity/ Representation of Buyer on the Solow Residential Portfolio ($1.5 billion GAV)
- Sale of 100 Pearl Street to Commerz for $850 million
- Sale of American Copper to Black Spruce for $837 million
- Sale of 19 Dutch Street to Pontegadea for $525 million (in their first residential acquisition in the US)
- Sale of Amazon/FedEx Portfolio to Mirae Asset Global Investors, $365 million
- Sale of the Lyric to Eugene / Meritz for $266 million (in their first residential acquisition in the US)
- Sale of the Dime to NH Securities for $150 million
Fasulo received a Bachelor of Science from Lehigh University.