Jason is a partner in the New York City Consulting Group, which works on many of the firm’s high profile transactions. Jason joined Savills Studley in March 2004 as a financial analyst, leveraging his prior experience in investment banking and capital markets. With his efforts focused on lease analysis, strategic planning, lease negotiations, and financial modeling, Jason provides his clients with vital information to make strategic real estate decisions aligned with business goals.
Some of Jason’s more notable transactions include: in 2015, Time, Inc.’s 700,000 square foot early lease termination at 1271 Avenue of the Americas and Kirkland & Ellis’ 400,000 square foot renewal and expansion at 601 Lexington Avenue; in 2014, the acquisition of 1372 Broadway on behalf of Ross Stores; in 2013, Jones Day’s 330,000 square feet relocation to 250 Vesey Street; in 2010, Tiffany & Co.’s landmark headquarters relocation and expansion to 405,000 square feet at 200 Fifth Avenue. In 2007, the disposition of 500,000 square feet at Time Inc.’s headquarters at 1271 Avenue of the Americas.
Prior to joining Studley, Jason worked as an acquisitions analyst in the Co-Investment Group at Insignia. There, he worked on office, retail, and flex property transactions valued in excess of $1 billion. Jason also previously worked at Lehman Brothers, where he analyzed investment opportunities in selected office, residential and retail center projects for the firm’s $1.6 billion real estate private equity fund.
Activities & Achievements
Jason has contributed to cancer research and has participated in several charity events sponsored by the BLY Foundation. He is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). In 2009, Jason made the CoStar Power Broker list, ranking amount New York City’s top commercial real estate brokers.
Jason graduated with honors from the University of Michigan receiving a Bachelor of Business Administration. He also received a certificate degree from New York University’s Schack Institute of Real Estate.