Zachary Weil joined Newmark in 2011 at the firm’s Manhattan headquarters. Since the start of his real estate career, Weil has provided real estate services to building owners and tenants throughout Manhattan’s commercial districts.
Weil has represented the owners of numerous prestigious buildings in New York City, including:
- SL Green
- Silverstein Properties
- Carlyle Group
- Atlas Capital
- ELK Investors
- Harbor Group
- Philips International Holding Corporation
He is a member of the Newmark leasing team that has transformed historically traditional buildings into modern tech hubs for some of the most well-known companies in the New Media industry, including:
- AB inBev
Weil has also served as the exclusive sales agent for 40 Rector Street, totaling more than 400,000 square feet of sales to date. 40 Rector Street is considered one of the largest commercial condominium projects in Manhattan, and as its agents, Weil and his team have sold more commercial condominium space than any other New York team within the last five years.
Weil is also focused on Tenant Representation, having completed approximately 300,000 square feet in transactions for such clients as:
- Morning Brew
- Brooklyn LAB Charter School
- Fino Consulting Group
- Linq3 Technologies
Weil’s experience in both Landlord Representation and Tenant Representation has given him the invaluable ability to see all sides of a transaction. This expertise has led to his focus on advising venture capital firms with their portfolio companies’ real estate needs. Weil and his team serve as the single point of contact for all real estate decisions and questions – an advantageous tool for venture capital firms to offer their portfolio companies, as a growing firm’s real estate needs are constantly changing. He has worked with companies such as
- Primary Ventures
- Trail Mix Ventures
- ffVC and others
Weil and his team have also sponsored the organization AlwaysOn, which organizes technology/new media conferences all over the country in order to acknowledge the fastest-growing technology companies around the world.
Weil earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Union College.