David joined Savills Studley in 1989 and has been consistently ranked as one of the firm's top-producing brokers world-wide since 1995. He was promoted to the 14-member Board of Directors in August of 2006 and continues to lead the firm today. His extensive experience representing financial institutions, leading fashion/apparel companies, media concerns, major law firms, and Fortune 500 companies has placed him at the forefront of tenant advisory both in New York City and globally.
Some of David’s notable transactional accomplishments include: the 300,000-square-foot relocation of Ann Taylor, Inc. to Times Square Tower; the representation of Ralph Lauren Corp. in a 700,000-square-foot portfolio-wide strategic plan (both creation and execution) including Ralph Lauren’s 230,000 square foot headquarters renewal at 650 Madison Avenue; the ongoing representation of Crédit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank in over 700,000 square feet of transactions including a headquarters relocations of 140,000 square feet and recent restructure/renewal of 335,000 square feet; the representation of J. Crew, including a new headquarters lease for 180,000 square feet at 770 Broadway and subsequent expansion/restructure of 295,000 square feet; the representation of Covington & Burling in its 160,000-square-foot NYC relocation to the New York Times building; the representation of The School of Visual Arts in a lease for a 120,000 square feet campus educational facility; the representation of DLA Piper Rudnick Gray Cary US LLP and Wilmer Hale in its NYC headquarters; and the ongoing representation of the dynamic new media company, Spotify.
David is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York, the DWH Foundation for Leukemia Research and the Special Olympics.
David earned his Bachelor of Arts in business administration and real estate from the University of Colorado in Boulder.
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