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Scott Goldman

Cushman & Wakefield

Executive Managing Director

Job Functions: Investment Sales & Acquisitions, Tenant Representation




With over 25 years of experience at Cushman & Wakefield


exclusively providing occupier


services, Scott Goldman works on major national accounts


throughout the country, establishing


himself as the single point of contact


for many clients


with needs spanning


several regions. Scott


has built his success on the enhanced


service level he provides


to clients, including his dedication to their


multi-market needs. He




been active in all


aspects of corporate real estate, including


facility lease acquisitions and dispositions, owned building acquisitions




dispositions, build-to-suit


transactions and corporate




He has assisted many companies on complex headquarter assignments that have involved multi-market considerations. Through his


long-standing corporate


relationships with


clients in a variety of industries, including financial and professional services, technology and defense, he has completed lease


transactions in excess of $1 billion and owned building


dispositions and acquisitions in


excess of $300 million.


Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Scott


worked as an asset


manager for a Chicago based lender with oversight responsibilities


for its owned portfolio of properties throughout the


country. In addition, after


successfully completing the CPA exam in November of 1985, Scott spent two years as an auditor at Deloitte, Haskins & Sells.


Awards & Associations


Member of CoreNet


Member of COLBA




Alcatel Lucent


Aon Corporation


Baker Tilly


Crowe Horwath




Grant Thornton


Heidrick & Struggles




Kemper Insurance


Leo Burnett




Orbital ATK




Smithfield Foods


Travelers Insurance


True Value


West Corporation


Vista Outdoor

Areas of Interest

Deal Type
Acquisition, Development, Ground Lease, Loan Purchase, Opportunity Zone, Partner Buyout, Pre-Development, Recapitalization, Refinance, Rehabilitation