Steve Eynon is a Senior Vice President* in the Midtown office of CBRE where he is active in both landlord representation and advising corporate clients on a wide variety of commercial real estate needs.
Mr. Eynon has spent 20 years with CBRE working on some of the firm’s most high profile assignments. Currently, he is an integral part of the team representing Silverstein Properties in leasing 2, 3 and 4 World Trade Center which together represents more than 8 million square feet. Previously, as Director of Leasing for the Empire State Building, Mr. Eynon was responsible for the repositioning of the building and completed more than 600,000 square feet of leasing including the FDIC for 103,000 square feet and Coty Inc. for 90,000 square feet—at that time the two largest transactions in the building’s history. Under his guidance the building embarked on an aggressive consolidation plan which reduced tenancy from 750 to 195. At the same time, the building benefitted from more than $400 million in new leases. He was responsible for all day-to-day repositioning efforts for the building including lease negotiations, financial analysis, marketing initiatives and broker and tenant outreach.
In all, Mr. Eynon has represented more than 30 million square feet as agent for a diverse group of entrepreneurial and institutional owners. His notable Midtown agency assignments include: 450 Park Avenue, 535 Madison Avenue, 625 Madison Avenue, 680 and 730 Fifth Avenue. He has also represented numerous buildings throughout Midtown South during his career.
In addition, he has represented a wide range of public and private companies in their search for office locations both in New York and nationally. Some of the major corporations he has completed at least 100,000 square feet of transactions with include CBS Corporation, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield, Universal Music Group and Viacom. Privately held firms employing Mr. Eynon for multi-market and/or multiple transactions include: Thornton Tomasetti, Computer Generated Solutions, PEG/Park LLC and Greenwich Street Capital.