Cushman & Wakefield has named executive vice chairman Tara Stacom the company’s top producer globally for 2015.
This is the second time Stacom has secured this designation. She had also been the first woman in firm history to achieve top broker status.
Stacom, a member of Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Advisory Board, closed transactions valued at more than $1.6 billion across a dozen countries in 2015.
Her work last year included deals on behalf clients Allen & Company, Korn Ferry, Hackensack University Medical Center and Visiting Nurse Service of New York. Her building agency assignments include such clients as Glorious Sun, Morgan Stanley, Murray Hill Properties/Clarion Partners, Tishman Speyer Properties, RXR Realty, SL Green, Kensico Properties, The Durst Organization, and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
Over her 35-year career, she has executed more than 45 million square feet in leasing, sales, and corporate finance transactions. She has often been ranked as a top landlord broker in Manhattan based on total square footage leased, and has represented high-profile tenants in many large-scale office leases both nationally and across the globe.
In January, the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) presented the Bernard H. Mendik Lifetime Leadership in Real Estate Award to Ms. Stacom, her sister and their late father, Matthew Stacom, former Vice Chairman of Cushman & Wakefield, which honors individuals who have displayed exceptional service to the real estate industry and recognizes their professional accomplishments. In 2011, she was honored by REBNY with the industry’s highly coveted Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award (First Place Henry Hart Rice Award) for the leasing of One World Trade Center.
Stacom serves the real estate industry as a director of the Realty Foundation of New York and as a member of REBNY’s Ethics Committee. She is a Director’s Circle member of Girls, Inc., a national not-for-profit that supports girls in their quest to become strong and independent women. She also serves on the board of Right to Dream, a Ghana-based not-for-profit that provides underprivileged African children with opportunities to build stronger futures for themselves and their communities.
Stacom serves as Director on the Board of Ethan Allen Interiors. She also serves on Lehigh University’s Board of Trustees and founded ire@l, a real estate program in the school’s business college.