Gerry Miovski is an Executive Vice President and senior member of the Downtown Manhattan office at CBRE. As a global real estate advisor, Gerry has led several multidisciplinary teams to provide advisory and transaction services focusing on developing and implementing creative real estate strategies on behalf of a wide variety of clients—including corporate, software, media, educational, financial, legal and nonprofit organizations.
Gerry leads the transaction management team for several significant multimarket clients including Argo Group, DBRS, TMP Worldwide Advertising, HealthStar Communications and the Open Text Corporation, Canada’s largest software firm. Based in Waterloo, Canada, Open Text has approximately three million square feet in global real estate holdings across more than 100 locations. Significant transactions for Open Text include 120,000 sq. ft. in Munich, Germany, 105,000 sq. ft. in Toronto, Canada and 110,000 sq. ft. in San Mateo, California.
Gerry also has notable experience on the agency side, most recently working with Sabey in its 1.1 million-sq.-ft. redevelopment of 375 Pearl Street, 1.2 million sq. ft. for RXR at 32 Old Slip, and Mack Cali’s 525,000-sq.-ft. office condo at 125 Broad Street. He has also represented 111/115 Broadway, 90 Broad Street, 40 Wall Street, 31 West 27th Street and 100/104 Fifth Avenue.
In 2013, Gerry arranged the 166,000-sq.-ft. Manhattan relocation and expansion for Nyack College. The lease included rights to expand and purchase the premises, and Nyack College was so grateful for Gerry’s work on their behalf that they acknowledged his service with their Orville H. Mann, Jr. Community Business Leader Award. The award is given to a “trailblazing businessperson in recognition of the individual’s exemplary service and loyal partnership with Nyack College.”
Additionally, Gerry has been recognized on several occasions by CBRE Research, being a multiple recipient of the “Market Information Leadership Award.” He has also been called upon to provide mentoring and teach internal classes focusing on ethics, business development and environmental sustainability. Gerry received the “Mentor of the Year” award for 2008 and several production performance awards, including the CBRE Top 225 for 2009, 2013, 2016 and 2017.
Gerry is a guest lecturer at the Pratt Institute, School of Architecture and Facilities Management, a volunteer for the Meals on Wheels program in Westfield, NJ, and a National Governor of the internationally acclaimed Shaw Festival located in Niagara-On-The-Lake, Canada.