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Gus Field Rejoins Cushman & Wakefield After Five Years with Tishman Speyer

Gus Field has rejoined Cushman & Wakefield in Manhattan as executive vice chair after five years with Tishman Speyer, where he led New York-area leasing for the company’s 22-million-square-foot portfolio. Prior to that, he was a vice chair at Cushman & Wakefield for more than 30 years. 

Over the course of his career, Field has negotiated more than 40 million square feet of leases on behalf of owners and occupiers, with some of his most notable work completed at Tishman Speyer during the development of The Spiral, the firm’s 2.8-million-square-foot property in the Hudson Yards neighborhood, and Morgan North, Tishman Speyer’s redevelopment of the former USPS mail distribution facility. 

“We are delighted to welcome Gus back to the Cushman & Wakefield team,” said Todd Schwartz, managing principal. “He represents the very best of our industry and exemplifies the core values of our firm.”


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