Gabe has negotiated lease transactions totaling in excess of 1.6 million square feet since joining Savills Studley in 2009. He was responsible for initiating and leading the brokerage team with respect to MongoDB’s 63,722-square-foot headquarters relocation, and subsequent expansions, in the former New York Times building. In addition, Gabe has represented noteworthy companies across a number of industries throughout Manhattan including the following representative tenant transactions: Rubenstein Associate’s 68,432 SF relocation to Worldwide Plaza; Direct Brand’s 113,000 SF disposition at One Penn Plaza; Ralph Lauren’s 66,246 SF expansion at Starrett Lehigh Building; WisdomTree’s 37,923 SF relocation to 245 Park Avenue and Major League Baseball Players Association’s 21,762 SF early lease restructure at Tower 49.
Gabe’s broad range of transaction experience and skills, attention to detail and commitment to excellence are integral to his philosophy of client service.
Along with his family, Gabe helped to establish The Judah Marans Memorial Fund in honor of his brother, which raises funds to create and maintain the Judah Marans Music and Art Center at Yavneh Academy. He also sits on the board of the NYU Bronfman Advisory Committee and is active with UJA – Federation of New York. In March 2015, Gabe was named the Real Estate Board of New York’s “Most Promising Commercial Salesperson of the Year” – an award which recognizes current and potential professional achievement, as well as high moral character and ethical professional behavior. He has been recognized as an industry “Power Player” by Commercial Observer and often provides thoughtful content as a featured columnist to the publication.
Gabe graduated summa cum laude from New York University with a Bachelor of Science.