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Darcy A. Stacom

CBRE Inc

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Crowned the “Queen of the Skyscrapers” by the Wall Street Journal in 1997,

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Darcy Stacom has sold both the largest residential and office transaction in history.

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Ms. Stacom’s prolific resume is as diverse as to deal type as size, ranging from

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$2 million trust and estates dispositions to the $5.4 billion sale of Peter Cooper Stuyvesant Town for Metropolitan Life. In her career, she has completed over $60 billion in sales, financing, joint venture, leasehold and development transactions.

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Ms. Stacom is a Vice Chairman and head of the Investment Properties group for CBRE’s New York Office. As the gateway to the global marketplace capital flows, the role is dynamic and ever-changing. In the last four years, Ms. Stacom has twice

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been the #1 Professional at CBRE globally, and twice the #1 Investment Professional globally. Last year, she won the Robert T. Lawrence Memorial Award from REBNY.

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With over 29 years of real estate experience, Ms. Stacom’s expertise is often sought evidenced by her speaking engagements for numerous industry and educational organizations including Urban Land Institute, Harvard, New York University, Columbia, Wharton, AFIRE, Practising Law Institute and many others.

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SIGNIFICANT ASSIGNMENTS (New York City, except Kushner which is multi-state)

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Peter Cooper Village & Stuyvesant Town $5.4 Billion General Motors Building $2.8 Billion Kushner Residential Portfolio $1.9 Billion

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111 Eighth Avenue $1.8 Billion

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299 Park Avenue (total recap value) $1.2 Billion Park Avenue Plaza (total recap value) $1.1 Billion Legacy Portfolio (125W55, 540 Madison Avenue, 2 GCT) $1.1 Billion One Madison Avenue $918.0 Million Financial Square (32 Old Slip) $751.0 Million

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666 Fifth Avenue Retail Condo $707.8 Million

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230 Park Avenue $705.0 Million

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Manhattan House $623.0 Million

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885 Third Avenue $607.0 Million

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PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

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• Governor of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY)

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• Investment Properties Institutional Group (Former Board Member)

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• Women’s Network of CBRE (Board Member)

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• Big Brothers and Big Sisters of New York Honoree

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• Cushman & Wakefield (Former Board Member)

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• Madison Square Boys & Girls Club (Former Board Member)

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• Nontraditional Employment for Women (Former Board Member)

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• Continuum Health Partners (Former Board Member)

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• Lincoln Center Real Estate (Honoree, Former Council Member)

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ACHIEVEMENTS

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• CBRE #1 Ranking Worldwide (2005, 2006, 2011, 2012)

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• Top 3 Worldwide (2007–2012)

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• #1 Ranking Worldwide Investment Professional and Team (2005–2012)

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• Endurance of Spirit Award (2010)

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• REBNY’s Robert T. Lawrence Memorial Award (2008, 2010)

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• REBNY’s ESG Award (2010, 2011)

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• Colbert Coldwell Circle (2003–2012)

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• Cushman & Wakefield’s Service Excellence Achievement Award (2001)

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• Cushman & Wakefield’s Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award (1990)

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EDUCATION

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• Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; B.S. / Marketing

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Committees: Commercial Brokerage Sales Brokers Committee , Board of Governors , Diversity Committee

AWARDS: 2016 The Bernard H. Mendik Lifetime Leadership in Real Estate Award , 2008 The Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award  , 2014 The Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award  , 2010 The Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award  , 2011 The Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award  , 2020 The Sales Brokers Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award