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Daniel Horowitz joined Savills Studley (formerly Studley) in 1990 after spending three years with Cushman & Wakefield. Hired by Savills Studley as a specialist in tenant representation, he has since become a principal in the firm. Dan’s accomplishments have earned him consistent recognition as one of the firm’s top producers.
As a commercial tenant broker, Dan has represented tenants in transactions exceeding 6 million square feet of space with a transaction value exceeding $3 billion. He leads a team which provides strategic planning and sophisticated financial and technical analysis to create cost-saving real estate solutions. Among his clients are The Clearing House, Covington & Burling LLP, Steptoe & Johnson LLP, Markit, Rockefeller Brothers Fund, CUNY, Burberry, Ares Capital and Onex Investment Corp.
Activities & Achievements
In 2010, Dan won the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Most Ingenious Deal of the Year award for representing The Silberman Fund in a transaction of “byzantine complexity," as The New York Times described. It involved three interdependent transactions that resulted in a new 140,000-square-foot facility for the Hunter School of Social Work. On two other occasions, in 2009 and 2013, Dan was also nominated for the coveted REBNY award for headquarters transactions that he closed on behalf of Burberry and The City University of New York respectively.
Dan has also been named one of Real Estate New York's 2009 Commercial Broker All Stars and was featured in The Commercial Observer’s Power Broker column.
Dan is active in the Real Estate Board of New York and the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association, and serves on the Board of Governors of The PENN Club. He also spearheaded a tutoring program for inner city youth and is involved with the Friends of the Upper East Side Historic District. In addition, Dan has authored articles in numerous real estate publications.
Dan earned a Bachelor of Science in political science from the University of Pennsylvania and has studied at New York University's Real Estate Institute.