Before joining Cushman, Stone served at CBRE as a VP, and at retail specialist RKF.
NEW YORK CITY—More defections from Cushman’s retail bench have jumped to Colliers.
Industry veterans Michael Stone and David Tricarico have been brought on as executive directors while Jedd Horn joins the firm as an associate director. They join industry icons David Green and C. Bradley Mendelson–who headed to the firm from Cushman last November—as well as the expanding retail business handled by Patrick Breslin.
Both Stone and Tricarico were with Cushman for 12 years, each serving most recently as senior director. Previously, Stone was a VP for three years at CBRE, and earlier he toiled at retail specialist RKF for two years. Horn served at Cushman as an associate for three years.
“Attracting such an accomplished retail team as Michael, David and Jedd is a testament to both the excitement surrounding Colliers in the New York Region and the firm’s ability to offer opportunities unique in the marketplace,” says Joseph Harbert, Colliers’ east region president. “We’re growing rapidly, but strategically, by targeting the best commercial real estate professionals in every specialty.”
Stone has completed assignments as both tenant and owner’s agent in locations across the country, but primarily focuses on Manhattan, the outer boroughs and the tri-state suburban market. His Stone’s client roster encompasses national and international tenants including GoHealth Urgent Care, Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, Verizon, Coldwater Creek and Rain Africa.
He has represented properties for major owners, investors and developers including UDR, Inc., the Lefrak Organization, SJP Properties, the Durst Organization, LCOR, Spear Street, Kushner Companies, Onyx Equities, the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, and John Hancock.
Tricarico has more than 18 years of local experience in advising retail owners and developers.
Tricarico has more than 18 years of retail experience here. He has advised owners and developers including Cape Advisors, Magnum Real Estate Group, CIM, Rose Associates, Jamestown, UDR, Union Investment Real Estate, Beacon Capital, CBS Corp., Verizon, Ceres Real Estate and Colony Capital in retail acquisition and disposition initiatives at 140 W. St., 51 W. 52nd St., 88 Greenwich St., 31-00 47th Ave. in Long Island City, and other properties across the five boroughs.
For tenants, Tricarico has secured flagship locations in connection with national expansions for Canada Goose and Inglot Cosmetics, and found strategic storefronts for JPMorgan Chase, ING Direct, the MTA, Unilever, Verizon and City Acres.
Horn has served as both a leasing agent and tenant representative for a host of organizations.
Horn has completed significant transactions as leasing agent for organizations such as Rose Associates, UDR Inc., NOAM Management, Onyx Equities, Spear Street Capital, and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. He also has represented tenants such as Unilever, GoHealth Urgent Care and JPMorgan Chase.