DANIEL
PARKER

Senior Vice President | New YORK

 

Daniel Parker is a Senior Vice President on the Hodges Ward Elliott (“HWE”) New York commercial investment sales team.  Mr. Parker has spent over a decade working in both principal and advisory roles in the New York City commercial real estate market.  Prior to joining HWE, Mr. Parker was a Vice President at The Related Companies, where he led a management team overseeing a 2,700 unit multifamily portfolio in New York City.  Prior to working for Related, Mr. Parker worked in the Savills Studley Capital Transactions Group, closing in excess of $2.2 billion in commercial real estate transactions including residential, office, retail and land. Mr. Parker started his real estate career working as a multifamily asset manager, overseeing 45 rent-regulated properties with 1,600 apartments and 78 retail spaces located in New York City for Prana Investments.

During the first half of 2016, Mr. Parker has closed or put under contract over $250 million of multifamily properties in Manhattan, Brooklyn and the Bronx.  Recent transactions include the record-breaking sale of the Bronx 1000, a portfolio of 38 walk-up properties with nearly 1,000 units.  Other notable multifamily transactions Mr. Parker has marketed include 316 Bergen, the Madison Belvedere at 10 East 29th Street, 442 Lorimer, 184 Havemeyer, 164 Havemeyer, the leasehold at 300 East 46th Street, and 111 Kent Avenue.

In 2005, the New York City Teaching Fellows program selected Mr. Parker for a one year public school assignment as a full-time English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher in Washington Heights.  From 2001-2003, Mr. Parker lived in Mexico City, where he offered service through his church and became fluent in Spanish.  Mr. Parker is an Eagle Scout and remains an avid photographer, camper and hiker. He regularly visits the Catskills and Adirondacks with his family to enjoy the outdoors.

Mr. Parker received his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Utah and an MBA in Finance and Economics from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.

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