Ryan Gessin joined Newmark in 2012 at the firm’s New York headquarters, where he specializes in tenant and landlord advisory, pre-acquisition due diligence, portfolio underwriting and analysis. A sought-after real estate advisor across several markets, Gessin focuses particularly on New York’s five boroughs.
Gessin represents several established national corporate clients. Working with business partner and Executive Managing Director Ross Perlman, he provides a broad scope of services, including global portfolio analysis, strategic planning and space utilization implementation for national clients.
Since 2012, Gessin has led a National Healthcare advisory group that represents some of the fastest growing multi-location medical practices in the country. His team provides acquisition consulting, De Novo site selection and Capital Markets services for clients including MyOrthos, JAG Physical Therapy, Mobile Health Management, Tia, Nushama and Mia Aesthetics. Additionally, Gessin has represented private equity-backed Schweiger Dermatology Group on its prolific northeast expansion. He has spearheaded the company’s growth from two to 100 locations. He also represented the company on its 30,000-square-foot headquarter relocation to Queens Plaza in Long Island City.
With a particular expertise in Brooklyn and Queens, Gessin is often asked by landlords, tenants and lending institutions to share his insights and market analysis pertaining to these submarket. Most recently, Gessin successfully negotiated the largest office leases of the year in Williamsburg, Greenpoint, Bushwick and Long Island City, bringing each individual asset to 100% occupancy. Gessin has also provided consulting and pre-acquisition due diligence services for more than $3 billion worth of development, retail, industrial and office properties throughout boroughs on behalf of landlords and investors. One of the most active deal makers in the submarket, he currently represents more than 1 million square feet of office space. Gessin is routinely recognized as a “CoStar Power Broker” for his work in Brooklyn and Queens.