Wasserberger and Schneider honored in group of 50 women who have shaped New York City
JLL Managing Director, Cynthia Wasserberger, and Senior Vice President, Dana Schneider, were recently featured in Bisnow’s “New York Power Women 2014” email series, which profiled 50 women Bisnow considers to have impacted New York City’s built environment. These hard-working, high-achieving NYC commercial real estate power women are set to be honored in person at a Bisnow event to be held in Manhattan this evening.
Cynthia Wasserberger was recognized for the 6M square feet in deals she has done over the course of her 17 year career in real estate, starting with Morgan Stanley’s 1M consolidation into 745 Seventh Avenue in 1996 and parlaying into her current representation of Class-A office properties including 601 Lexington Ave, 85 Broad St, and 51 Astor Place. The series also mentioned the 100 leases Cynthia has completed over the past few years for investment management and hedge fund tenants.
Dana Schneider’s work in all things sustainable was featured in the series, including her energy and sustainability projects totaling 24M square feet in the Northeast, for clients including PwC, Grand Central Terminal, LinkedIn and JLL’s own 330 Madison Ave and Parsippany offices. Dana was also noted as being the innovator behind the Empire State Building’s LEED Gold Certificate, a project which reduced energy by 38 percent and will pay for itself by the end of the year.
JLL congratulates Cynthia and Dana!