Schneck has been responsible for leasing of more than 20 millionsf of space, valued in excess of $20 billion. Prior to joiningHelmsleySpear, Schneck served as executive managing director in theNew York City office of Grubb & Ellis. Previously in hiscareer, Schneck has completed several large lease transactions inNew York City including, 700,000 sf for Qwest Communications Corp.;40,000 sf for Columbia University; 200,000 sf for Empire BlueCross; 40,000 sf for Mount Sinai Medical Center; more than 100,000sf for the Screen Actors Guild; and more than 200,000 sf for theUnited Nations in several transactions.


John Farrell, director of commercial brokerage at HelmsleySpear,tells that Schneck will be focusing primarily on largertenant representation assignments. "The addition of David's wisdomand timely market savvy, to a growing team, will continue toelevate Helmsley Spear within the business community," Farrellsays. "David's well honed skills and stellar reputation were theperfect fit to the team we continue to build."


As leasing agent for trophy properties, Schneck has representednumerous buildings in Manhattan including 1251 Avenue of theAmericas, 747 Third Ave., 919 Third Ave., 75 Rockefeller Center,750 Lexington Ave., Tower 49, and 5 W. 54th St.

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