Newmark Knight Frank
Glenn Rudy joined Newmark Knight Frank Retail Capital Markets in 2015 as a senior managing director in the firm’s Newport Beach office.
With more than 20 years of experience in the shopping center industry, Mr. Rudy has participated in the sale or financing of more than 300 properties with an aggregate value in excess of $4 Billion. He has transacted on properties for both private, individual clients and large institutions throughout the Western United States including California, Arizona, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Idaho and Montana.
Mr. Rudy joined Newmark Knight Frank after a successful tenure as a director of capital markets within Cushman & Wakefield’s Western Retail Advisors. Since joining his partners, Pete Bethea and Rob Ippolito in 2011, the trio have executed on the sale of over 150 properties totaling with an aggregate value in excess of $3 Billion.
Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, Mr. Rudy served as managing director of Capital Real Estate Advisors in West Los Angeles, responsible for overseeing a disciplined acquisition platform for the company’s internal portfolio. Additionally, Mr. Rudy was responsible for managing all lines of its third-party real estate services to the firm’s twelve high-net-worth family offices it represented exclusively. While under Mr. Rudy’s oversight, the firm’s investment portfolio tripled in overall size and value, while its service lines generated an increase of more than 75% of its gross revenues.
Mr. Rudy’s professional and personal affiliations include the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Urban Land Institute (ULI), Jonathan Club, Wilshire Rotary Club of Los Angeles, Children’s Hospital Orange County’s Men’s Guild and Loyola High School Alumni Association.
A Los Angeles native, Mr. Rudy attended California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo and completed his political science degree at California State University, Northridge. He currently resides in Ladera Ranch with his wife and two daughters.