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Cushman & Wakefield is a company that specializes in the commercial real estate (CRE) industry. It focuses on property, facilities and project management, leasing, capital markets, valuation, and other services.

HQChicago, IL, US
Employee Ratings3.7
Overall CultureC

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Employees (est.) (Jun 2020)53,000(+4%)
Job Openings1,613
Revenue (FY, 2020)$7.8 B(-10%)
Share Price (Jul 2021)$17.2(+4%)
Cybersecurity ratingCMore

Key People/Management at Cushman & Wakefield

Brett White

Brett White

Executive Chairman & CEO
George Roberts

George Roberts

Head of UK & Ireland
Dan Hubert

Dan Hubert

Vice President, Industrial/Office Leasing, Mississauga, Canada
Victor Lachica

Victor Lachica

President & CEO
Nonny Subeno

Nonny Subeno

Executive Director, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia
Therese Castro

Therese Castro

Director, Taguig, Philippines
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Cushman & Wakefield Office Locations

Cushman & Wakefield has offices in Chicago, Atlanta, Bellevue, Dallas and in 19 other locations
Chicago, IL, US (HQ)
225 W Wacker Dr #3000
Atlanta, GA, US
1180 Peachtree, 1180 Peachtree St NE #3100
Bellevue, WA, US
10500 NE 8th St #1125
Dallas, TX, US
2021 McKinney Ave #900
Denver, CO, US
1401 Lawrence St #1100
Englewood, CO, US
8390 E Crescent Pkwy #450
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Cushman & Wakefield Financials and Metrics

Cushman & Wakefield Revenue

Cushman & Wakefield's revenue was reported to be $7.84 b in FY, 2020

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Cushman & Wakefield's current market capitalization is $3.9 b.
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Cushman & Wakefield Operating Metrics

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Cushman & Wakefield Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
Pinnacle Property Management ServicesMarch 02, 2020
acht+January 13, 2020
QSI FacilitiesNovember 29, 2018
DZAPOctober 10, 2018
Inc REJuly 19, 2018
20 VIC ManagementAugust 15, 2017
EnSite SolutionsNovember 10, 2016
Taylor & MathisAugust 10, 2016
Act'Immo SAS
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Cushman & Wakefield Revenue Breakdown

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Cushman & Wakefield revenue breakdown by business segment: 60.3% from Property, facilities and project management, 22.3% from Leasing, 11.8% from Capital Markets and 5.6% from Valuation and Other

Cushman & Wakefield revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 22.1% from All other countries, 67.0% from United States, 6.4% from Australia and 4.5% from Other

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Cushman & Wakefield Cybersecurity Score

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Cushman & Wakefield Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

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Cushman & Wakefield Online and Social Media Presence

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Cushman & Wakefield News and Updates

Cushman & Wakefield CEO expects growing economy to make up for remote work-related office declines

Cushman & Wakefield CEO Brett White told CNBC he believes demand for office space will recover in two to three years as the global economy recovers from Covid.

Real-estate juggernaut Cushman & Wakefield cuts ties with Trump, refusing to handle leasing at Trump Tower and another marquee NYC building

Summary List PlacementThe commercial real-estate giant Cushman & Wakefield said it dropped President Donald Trump's family real-estate firm as a client, a week after Trump incited a mob to riot at the nation's Capitol. "Cushman & Wakefield has made the decision to no longer do business wit…

Cushman & Wakefield arranges 269,720-SF Ridgefield Park office property sale (access required)

The Birch Group snatched up the 269,720-square-foot building, which houses the North American headquarters for Kumon, Seeger Weiss and others.

Cushman & Wakefield Arranges $14M Sale of Self-Storage Facility in Palm City, Florida

Cushman & Wakefield has arranged the $14 million sale of Safe & Sound Palm City, an 868-unit self-storage facility in Palm City. The property comprises 78,521 square feet of rentable space on 3.1 acres. The facility includes 216 non-climate-controlled units and 652 climate-controlled units, …

Cushman & Wakefield to Lease 2 Atlanta Office Towers

Building and Land Technology, of Stamford, Conn., and Regent Partners, of Atlanta, have retained Cushman & Wakefield to oversee the leasing of two high-profile office towers in Atlanta’s Central Perimeter submarket. The 34-story Concourse Corporate Center V and the 33-story Concourse Corporate …

Cushman & Wakefield paints bleak picture for Manhattan office market

Statistics on the Manhattan office market’s dismal third quarter continue to roll in, and the situation for landlords remains grim. Commercial brokerage Cushman & Wakefield recently summed up some of the key data points in a message to its clients, Seeking Alpha reported: Occupancy is still bel…
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Cushman & Wakefield Blogs

How to Properly Evaluate and Set Your Energy and Facilities Management Budget

Facilities Managers face a budget crisis. The energy portion of the facilities management budget is shrinking year after year, and the average costs of energy, maintenance, and facility amenities are steadily increasing. Instead of trying to endure shrinking budgets, Facilities The post How to Prope…

5 Questions with Mary VanNatta

“5 Questions” is our way of turning the spotlight on our unbelievably talented and accomplished employees in the Boston office who make stellar contributions both at work and on their own time. We look forward to sharing a different member The post 5 Questions with Mary VanNatta appeared first on Cu…

Benefits of Smart Facilities Work Order Management

Smart facilities work order management means utilizing technology to reduce the hassle of handling large volumes of work order requests. Since today’s requests go far beyond maintenance and may include tenant-requested help, assistance with using advanced HVAC controls, reactive needs The post Benef…

The Business of College Athletics

  By Enoch Lawrence, Capital Markets Director, Sports + Entertainment Advisory and David C. Smith, Vice President, Americas Occupier Research Never before have athletic departments faced so much pressure to unearth new and creative approaches to revenue generation. It The post The Business of Colle…

Automobile Dealership: 2020 Industry Updates

by Stephen B. Kay, MAI, Senior Managing Director, Automobile Dealership Practice Lead, Valuation & Advisory Auto dealerships are probably the least talked about asset class in commercial real estate – and yet, they’re in the early stage of epic The post Automobile Dealership: 2020 Industry Upda…

5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Market Wraps Up an Unprecedented Year

In 2019, DFW’s industrial market in DFW experienced a record-breaking year, and Q4 hinted at continued momentum in the months ahead. Read our 5 Fast Facts to learn more about the key trends driving the industrial segment throughout the The post 5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Market Wraps Up an Unpr…
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Cushman & Wakefield Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Cushman & Wakefield founded?

    Cushman & Wakefield was founded in 1917.

  • Who are Cushman & Wakefield key executives?

    Cushman & Wakefield's key executives are Brett White, George Roberts and Dan Hubert.

  • How many employees does Cushman & Wakefield have?

    Cushman & Wakefield has 53,000 employees.

  • What is Cushman & Wakefield revenue?

    Latest Cushman & Wakefield annual revenue is $7.8 b.

  • What is Cushman & Wakefield revenue per employee?

    Latest Cushman & Wakefield revenue per employee is $148 k.

  • Who are Cushman & Wakefield competitors?

    Competitors of Cushman & Wakefield include CBRE USA, Newmark and CBRE Group.

  • Where is Cushman & Wakefield headquarters?

    Cushman & Wakefield headquarters is located at 225 W Wacker Dr #3000, Chicago.

  • Where are Cushman & Wakefield offices?

    Cushman & Wakefield has offices in Chicago, Atlanta, Bellevue, Dallas and in 19 other locations.

  • How many offices does Cushman & Wakefield have?

    Cushman & Wakefield has 25 offices.