In 2007, Gamber, a commercial real estate veteran with nearlytwo decades of experience, successfully executed more than 500,000sf of real estate transactions for Latham & Watkins globally.Last fall, he represented the firm in its 70,000-sf expansion atNew York City's iconic Lipstick Building, 885 Third Ave., in atransaction that will allow the firm to occupy a total of 420,000sf. He also negotiated a 300,000-sf relocation for Latham &Watkins' Los Angeles office. Gamber continues to manage the firm'sglobal expansion, recently working on multiple office leasetransactions in Europe and Asia.

In 2007, Danko, a 21-year commercial real estate veteran, wasinvolved in 26 transactions with total proceeds of $367 million.Leibowitz, a 14-year veteran has been with CBRE for 10 years andhas provided financial strategy for investors in support of theacquisition and disposition of more than 10 million sf ofresidential and commercial properties. A CBRE spokesperson that both Danko and Leibowitz are based inManhattan.

[IMGCAP(2)]"Ron is not only one of the top sales professionalswith CB Richard Ellis, but one of the premier hotel brokers in theglobal hospitality industry," notes Mitchell Rudin, president ofCBRE's New York Tri-State Region in a prepared statement. "Hisability to execute creative solutions for hospitality clients ofany size has made him one of the most valued members of our firm,and I am exceptionally pleased to welcome him to the level ofexecutive vice president."

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