NEW YORK CITY—Studley has promoted Daniel O. Horowitz from executive managing director to executive vice president
Horowitz, who has been with Studley since 1990, is consistently one of the firm’s top-producing. He has amassed more than 4 million sq. ft. in leasing transactions with a transaction value exceeding $2 billion, representing tenants like Burberry, CUNY, W.W. Norton & Co., Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Covington & Burling LLP, Steptoe & Johnson LLP and Blue Ridge Capital.
Horowitz has been honored with the Real Estate Board of New York’s “Most Ingeniousof the Year” award, for which he won first place in 2010 for representing the Silberman Fund in three interdependent transactions that resulted in a new 140,000-sq.-ft. facility for the Hunter School of Social Work. The New York Times, in an article describing the transaction, termed it one of “byzantine complexity.” In 2009, Mr. Horowitz earned a nomination for REBNY’S “Most Ingenious Deal of the Year” award for the 68,348-sq.-ft. headquarters lease he closed on behalf of Burberry at 444 Madison Avenue, now commonly known as The Burberry Building.
Horowitz will continue to lead his New York-based team in his new role. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Horowitz serves on the Board of Governors of the Penn Club in New York. He has authored articles for several real estate publications and is an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York, the Young Men’s/Women’s Real Estate Association and Friends of the Upper East Side Historic District.