An experienced real estate professional, Stephen provides consulting and transaction services to leading nonprofit institutions in New York City and across the country. He has successfully completed more than 4 million square feet of transactions for nonprofits, with a keen eye towards ensuring that the organization’s real estate strategy is in complete support of its critical mission.
Prior to joining Transwestern, Stephen served as senior manager for Denham Wolf Real Estate Services. During his career, he has helped a wide spectrum of nonprofits secure mission-driven administrative and program space, including Children’s Aid, Goodwill Industries, City Year, KIPP Foundation, Genesys Works and the National Museum of Mathematics.
Stephen has particular expertise in securing off-market real estate solutions for the Social Service and Education sectors requiring ground-up construction and adaptive reuse. Additionally, he is an expert at implementing holistic dispositions and acquisitions processes, having recently helped The Atlantic Foundation extract $50,000,000 from its Chelsea property and a simultaneous relocation. Other recent investment sales transactions include the Manhattan sale of a 110,000-square-foot community facility site to the Marymount School of New York and an 80,000-square-foot build-to-suit headquarters consolidation for Children’s Aid in Harlem.