Stephen Gordon joined Newmark as a Managing Director in 2010 and currently serves as a Senior Managing Director. A noted tenant representative, Gordon provides strategic advisory and brokerage services to world-class corporations and financial services firms in Manhattan and beyond. His landlord agency practice includes his continued representation of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton for its Plaza District office buildings, as well as projects for Carmel Partners, Equity Residential (EQR) and United Overseas Bank (UOB).
Gordon represents and has completed transactions for such industry leaders as Avon, Angelo Gordon, Barbri, Coatue Management, Dior, De Beers, EIM, Fendi, Ford Models, Fresh, Gates Foundation, Guggenheim Partners, iStar, Keffi Group, Lazard, Lexington Partners, LVMH, Marc Jacobs, Reservoir Capital, Ripplewood Holdings, Russell Investments, SAC Capital, Sciens Capital Management, Snow Phipps Guggenheim, Time Life and Welsh Carson Anderson & Stowe.
ADDITIONAL NOTEWORTHY CLIENTS REPRESENTED:
- Archstone: 600,000 SF
- Russell Investments (portfolio): 500,000 SF
- Time Life: 420,000 SF
- LVMH: 145,000 SF
- iStar Financial: 66,000 SF
- Reservoir Capital: 65,000 SF
- Barbri: 60,000 SF
- Royal Bank of Canada: 60,000 SF
- Avon: 50,000 SF
- Lexington Partners: 50,000 SF
- Lazard: 40,000 SF
Prior to joining Newmark, Gordon was a senior managing director with PBS Real Estate, and earlier with Julien J. Studley Inc.
Gordon has been honored by Crain’s New York Business, received USI Real Estate Advisors’ 2004 Distinguished Service Award and was named a Rising Star by Real Estate Weekly. His articles have been featured in the New York Real Estate Journal, and he is often quoted by the major New York newspapers regarding his market perspective.
A member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) and its Plaza District office committee, Gordon is also a multiple-term governor of the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association and a Trustee of Democracy Prep Harlem Charter School.
Gordon earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from Emory University.