Evan Fiddle is a First Vice President in the Midtown Manhattan office of CBRE, the world’s largest global real estate firm. Considered one CBRE’s rising stars, Evan was named “The Most Promising Commercial Salesperson of the Year" by the Real Estate Board of New York in March 2018—a highly coveted award that recognizes current and potential professional achievement. Since the award began in 1996, Evan is only the second person from CBRE to receive this prestigious honor, and the only professional currently employed by CBRE. In addition to that award, Evan was named one of Commercial Observer’s “30 Under 30” in Real Estate last year. Evan is known for his integrity, professionalism and work ethic.
Since joining CBRE after graduating from Amherst College, Evan has represented a diverse array of New York City tenants and owners, including numerous Fortune 500 companies. Some of Evan’s publicly traded clients include NBCUniversal, Boston Properties, Forest City Ratner Companies, Brookfield Properties, Newell Brands, Alcoa/Arconic and MDC Partners. In addition to his work with larger corporations, Evan—along with his partner, Michael Movshovich—represents many private equity and hedge fund clients including Tailwind Capital, Cantillon Capital Management, Kepos Capital, Chalkstream Capital Group and Slate Path Capital, among others.
An English and Political Science major in college, Evan is an active writer. He regularly posts to his LinkedIn account and personal website. In January 2017, industry news source Bisnow published Evan’s “10 Ways to Be a Successful Young Real Estate Broker,” in which Evan shared timeless advice, providing insight to help motivate his fellow sales professionals.
Outside of work, Evan enjoys running, biking, reading and an overall healthy lifestyle. He has completed three marathons, two triathlons and has signed up for more endurance events in the near future. He also volunteers with Back on My Feet, a running-oriented non-profit that combats homelessness, and is a member of their Young Professionals Board.