About Howard Greenberg, Real Estate Services, New York, Tri State Area, Westchester County

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Howard E. Greenberg has been active as a commercial real estate broker since 1986, and formed Howard Properties, Ltd. in 1998. Mr. Greenberg has extensive experience in Tenant Representation, Corporate Services, as well as Landlord Representation and Property Marketing. He works in many product types, including office, flex, warehouse, industrial, data center and retail.

Mr. Greenberg is widely considered to be an expert in the Westchester County, New York commercial real estate market, where he provides professional real estate services to corporations, privately held companies, law firms, and not-for-profit organizations.

As a Tenant Representative, he has served clients including Ameritrade, AMICA Mutual Insurance Company, Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, Legal Aid Society of Westchester County, Peapod division of Stop & Shop, The Prudential Insurance Company of America and the Westchester County Bar Association.

Mr. Greenberg represented Wilson, Elser (the largest law firm in Westchester) in a 125,000 SF relocation, which was the county’s largest lease of the year. He won the Westchester County Lease of the Year award for this transaction from the local chapter of the National Association of Industrial and Office Parks (NAIOP).

He has won numerous other awards, including Broker of the Year and Creative Deal of the Year from Mack-Cali Realty Corporation, one of Westchester’s largest owners of commercial property. He has been designated a CoStar Power Broker multiple times by the largest provider of information, marketing, and analytic services to real estate professionals.

Mr. Greenberg has also completed lease transactions and consulting assignments for clients throughout the United States, and recently completed his first real estate transaction in Europe. Through a fortuitous meeting with a client in Westchester, Mr. Greenberg secured his first national client in 1999, representing a NYSE traded insurance company in implementing its fast-paced growth strategy across the country.

Some of Mr. Greenberg’s notable regional transactions include a 168,000 SF build to suit Data Center in Norwalk, CT; a 150,000 SF flex lease in Totowa, New Jersey; a 103,000 SF lease in Dutchess County, New York; a 55,000 SF Data Center and Disaster Recover Center in Stamford, CT; a 50,000 SF office/laboratory renewal in New Jersey, and a 48,000 SF office lease in New York City. Nationally, he has completed multiple transactions from coast to coast for a number of clients.

Mr. Greenberg has attained the SIOR Office Specialist designation. The Society of Industrial and Office Realtors is the leading professional commercial office and industrial real estate organization. With 2,800 members in 580 cities and 26 countries, SIOR represents today’s most knowledgeable, experienced, and successful commercial real estate brokerage specialists.

His firm is also a member of CORFAC International, an organization of independently owned commercial real estate services firms with 62 offices in North America and a market reach to 65 countries worldwide. Mr. Greenberg has won the award for the Largest Lease Transaction in the CORFAC network and received the award for the Largest Research & Development transaction in the network. He has made multiple presentations at CORFAC International conferences on Best Practices in Tenant Representation.

Through the CORFAC and SIOR networks, Howard Properties, Ltd. has the ability to service its clients throughout the world. His clients have a single point of contact, and Howard runs the assignments in conjunction with his well- qualified partners in each local market.

Mr. Greenberg has appeared on television on MSNBC, and has been quoted and featured in numerous publications, including the New York Times, Crain’s Small Business, Real Estate Weekly, The Real Deal, the Journal News, and the Westchester County Business Journal. He has spoken at industry events for BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association), International Facilities Managers Association, and the Urban Land Institute.