Harly Stevens

Senior Vice President

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New York, NY 10166

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Harly D. Stevens, Senior Vice President of CBRE who is based out of New York City, represents companies in developing and solving for corporate office strategies encompassing the full range of brokerage services. His clients range from the elite Fortune 500 to those in up-and-coming fast-growth industries.

Harly and has been the catalyst for consummating more than $8 billion in significant commercial real estate transactions. He is a skilled practitioner who can solve for the complex equation of corporate image, prestigious locations, culture, efficiencies, flexibility and rent.

Early in his career, Harly displayed tremendous knowledge in his craft by being the youngest recipient of the Real Estate Board of New York’s Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award, the real estate industry’s highest honor.

Mr. Stevens led and executed substantial projects including lease acquisitions, restructuring and disposition services throughout New York City. Most of these projects have led to strategic global footprint growth or revaluation, resulting in deals throughout the globe with focus on key target markets. Along with these substantial projects, Harly has proactively assisted companies and their real estate by recommending workplace strategies, reducing occupancy costs, conduct advanced lease renewals and facilitate strategic portfolio studies.

Recent companies represented include Aspen Re & Insurance, Federal Home Loan Bank of New York, ING, Lone Star Funds, London Stock Exchange Group, MediaMath, Perkins Eastman Architects, Seritage Growth Properties.

During his 20 years at CBRE, Harly has been the recipient of multiple awards and ranked amongst the highest tiers for his performance. Harly has been ranked in CBRE’s top 20% annually in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

An expert in his industry, Harly is frequently cited in numerous industry publications such as Crains, Commercial Observer and Real Estate Weekly.