People

Thomas D. Gammino Jr.

Executive Managing Director


Biography

Tom Gammino is an Executive Managing Director in the Capital Markets Group of Cushman & Wakefield, where he focuses on investment sales in the Upper East Side. He has been a real estate professional dedicated to the success of his clients for over 20 years. In his career, he has sold over 120 properties across all product types for aggregate consideration exceeding $828 million. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Sales and Senior Training Instructor at Massey Knakal Realty Services, which was acquired by Cushman & Wakefield on December 31, 2014.

Although Tom has focused primarily on the Upper East Side since joining Massey Knakal in 2003, he brings a wealth of knowledge to his clients due to his unique background as both a New York City real estate attorney closing over 300 transactions as well as a Manhattan building owner and renovator. In 2011, Tom was appointed Massey Knakal’s training director and spearheaded the initial and advanced development efforts for the company’s entire brokerage force. Tom started his brokerage career at Marcus and Millichap as one of the first brokers hired to establish their New York City office in 1999.

Tom attended Brown University before earning his Juris Doctor degree at New York Law School.

Major Transactions

-Elevator Portfolio, Upper East Side - $94,500,000

-Walkup Portfolio, Upper East Side - $73,000,000

-1511 Third Avenue - $60,000,000

-27-35 West 24th Street - 100,000 SF, $55,500,000

Professional Recognition

-Massey Knakal Award for passion, 2004, 2007

Education

-Juris Doctor, New York Law School


Affiliations

  • New York Athletic Club
  • New York State Bar Association, Real Estate Section
  • New York State Bar Association, Trusts and Estates Section
  • Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY)

Articles

    Maximizing Profits From An Estate Sale
    1.28.2009
    When it is imperative that real property from an Estate must be sold, it’s no surprise that the seller’s primary goal is to maximize profits. However, in today’s market the reality of these ‘need-to-sell’ scenarios is that Estates are not getting the most from a sale. Too often, an Estate ends up in a situation where they pay more in taxes than they should AND realize fewer dollars from a sale than they could. How much more? In some cases millions of dollars. Although you can’t avoid paying taxes, you can strategically--and legally-- minimize the potential tax burden and maximize your proceeds from a sale by understanding what influences an Estate’s tax liability and knowing where to go to get this information.View Article

    Demolition Non-Renewal - Fair Or Foul?
    11.11.2006
    Rent stabilized buildings traditionally have not been a target for developers. In order to vacate buildings, developers typically pay exorbitant amounts of money to current tenants, sometimes five, or in same cases, even seven-figure buyouts. Section 9 NYCRR § 2524.5 of the Rent Stabilization Code has changed that. Although not well-known by most developers or tenants, this section has significant implications on both parties, and has shifted the advantage from the rent-stabilized tenant to the developer in a buyout scenario. View Article

Thomas D. Gammino Jr.
Executive Managing Director
tom.gammino@cushwake.com
(212) 660 7727
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Brett Weisblum
Director
brett.weisblum@cushwake.com
(212) 660 7784
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Louis Marchetta
Senior Associate
louis.marchetta@cushwake.com
(212) 589 5143
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