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[IMGCAP(2)]Petriello began at CBRE as an associate in 2000. "Injust a short time Silvio Petriello has established himself as anauthority in the financial services tenant representation sectorand a young leader in the company," says Matt Van Buren, seniormanaging director of the Midtown office, in a prepared release."Expanding on his background as a certified public accountant,Silvio has carved out a niche practice that is not easilyreplicated."

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Some of Petriello's transactions include Jana Partners'36,000-sf relocation to the General Motors Building; EminenceCapital's 32,000-sf expansion at 65 E. 55th St., and HBKInvestment's 36,000-sf relocation to 1 Bryant Park. He alsorepresented Clarium's 33,000-sf relocation to 1114 Avenue of theAmericas; Inscap Capital Management's 23,000-sf renewal at 230 ParkAve., and Cyrus Capital Partners' 23,000-sf relocation to 399 ParkAve.

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Petriello joined CB Richard Ellis after spending three yearswith Arthur Andersen LLP, where he was a real estate consultant,with a focus on strategic planning, financial analysis and leaseaudit review.

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According to a CBRE release, Gerla "represents some of the mostsignificant properties in New York City," including SilversteinProperties' 1.7-million-sf 7 World Trade Center. To date, he hasbeen involved in leasing more than 1.3 million sf to tenants suchas Moody's Investors Services, ABN Amro, Darby & Darby and theArnell Group.

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Gerla and his team recently completed leasing more than 1.4million sf at the 3.8-million-sf 55 Water St., bringing it to 100%occupancy. Gerla and his team also represent L&L Holdings Co.LLC, at 195 Broadway, the 1.1-million-sf former world headquartersfor AT&T, and they recently completed a 220,000-sf lease in thebuilding with Omnicom, one of the world's largest advertisingfirms, bringing 195 Broadway to 100% occupancy.

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Other current assignments include representation of theone-million-sf 14 Wall St. on behalf of the Carlyle Group andCapstone Equities, and the Sapir Organization's four-million-sfportfolio, consisting of 11 Madison Ave., 100 Church St. and 260and 261 Madison Ave.

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