CWK - Cushman & Wakefield plc

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
18.50
+0.18 (+0.98%)
At close: 4:02PM EDT

18.50 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:17PM EDT

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Previous Close18.32
Open18.34
Bid18.50 x 900
Ask19.01 x 800
Day's Range18.26 - 18.58
52 Week Range13.25 - 20.62
Volume221,953
Avg. Volume617,250
Market Cap4.015B
Beta (3Y Monthly)N/A
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.36
Earnings DateAug 1, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est22.11
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  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Arranges $71.5M Multifamily Sale in North Carolina

    Cushman & Wakefield recently arranged the $71.5 million sale of The District, a 309-unit apartment community located in Asheville, North Carolina.

  • Alabama multifamily development scooped up in $27M deal
    American City Business Journals

    Alabama multifamily development scooped up in $27M deal

    A real estate investment firm with an office in Birmingham has made a $27.45 million deal in the Rocket City. Wicker Park Capital Management LLC, an affiliate of Savannah, Georgia-based Wicker Park Capital Management, acquired Fern Parc, a 343-unit multifamily property in Huntsville, for $80,029 per unit from Panther Residential Management.

  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Brokers Sale of Melbourne Office Tower for A$830M

    Cushman & Wakefield (CWK) announced recently that it brokered the 47-story, Class A commercial office tower at 242 Exhibition Street in Melbourne’s central business district (CBD) on behalf of Oxford Investa Property Partners (OIPP) and the Investa Property Fund in an off-market A$830 million transaction (approx. US$570 million). The office tower was jointly acquired by Charter Hall and Canada’s Public Sector Pension Investment Board.

  • GlobeNewswire

    Cushman & Wakefield Shopping Centres Continue the Accept Without Exception (AWE) Campaign Into Fall 2019 With More Meaningful Consumer and Retail Experiences

    Cushman & Wakefield Asset Services (CWAS) continues to call on Canadians to participate in its AWE – Accept Without Exception – events and activations taking place in shopping centres across the country to celebrate diversity, inclusivity, and to drive awareness about the many cultures within Canada. The program, which has garnered millions of impressions in awareness since the start of the campaign in January of this year, will continue nation-wide throughout fall and winter seasons with campaigns centred around Autism awareness, mental health de-stigmatization, and more. “One of our goals at the firm is to lead the industry in workplace diversity,” said Molly Westbrook, Managing Director, Asset Services, Cushman & Wakefield.

  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Named World’s Top CRE Advisor by Euromoney

    Cushman & Wakefield (CWK) announced today that the firm was named the world’s top commercial real estate advisor and consultant for the second consecutive year by Euromoney’s 2019 Real Estate Survey. Cushman & Wakefield was also named the top advisor and consultant in Central and Eastern Europe, Argentina, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hong Kong, Peru, Serbia and Turkey, among other categories. Additionally, Cushman & Wakefield ranked No. 1 in the world for its Property Valuation and Research efforts for the second consecutive year, and No. 1 in Agency Letting/Sales for the first time.

  • Shirlington office with 'Amazon HQ2 upside' hits the market
    American City Business Journals

    Shirlington office with 'Amazon HQ2 upside' hits the market

    It might be a bit of a stretch to call it proximate to the e-commerce and cloud computing company's second home in Arlington County, but a Shirlington office building with future "Amazon HQ2 upside" is being offered for sale. Cushman & Wakefield began marketing Shirlington Tower earlier this week on behalf of Velocis, a Texas-based private equity real estate manager that teamed up with Moore & Associates in 2015 to acquire the 233,446-square-foot building for $45 million. In marketing materials, Cushman notes the building at 2900 S. Quincy St. is nearly fully leased at below market rents, offering the promise of an upward pressure on rental rates as Amazon settles into Crystal City.

  • It took some doing, but this NoMa office building is fully leased again
    American City Business Journals

    It took some doing, but this NoMa office building is fully leased again

    The General Services Administration will rent the last bit of vacant office space it created at One Constitution Square in NoMa when it let its lease for about 300,000 square feet there expire in 2017. The GSA completed a deal this week with Stonebridge Associates for about 70,000 square feet at 1275 First St. NE, a roughly 330,000-square-foot building, for the Department of Justice. The federal government's real estate arm had been using One Constitution Square as swing space but moved its employees back to its home base.

  • Central Florida land acquisitions fetch $89M combined in one big week
    American City Business Journals

    Central Florida land acquisitions fetch $89M combined in one big week

    The most expensive land deal in Central Florida this year was struck on Tuesday — but it didn't stay the top deal for long.

  • GlobeNewswire

    GATX Corporation Adds Adam Stanley to Board of Directors

    CHICAGO, Sept. 04, 2019 -- GATX Corporation (NYSE:GATX) today announced the appointment of Adam L. Stanley to its Board of Directors. Mr. Stanley will also serve as a member of.

  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Named a Military Friendly® Silver Employer

    Cushman & Wakefield , a leading global real estate services firm, announced recently that the firm received designation as a Military Friendly® Silver Employer in the category for companies exceeding $5 billion in revenue.

  • Spanish investor makes another big buy in D.C.
    American City Business Journals

    Spanish investor makes another big buy in D.C.

    The Blackstone Group has cashed out of 815 Connecticut Ave. NW. A Blackstone affiliate sold the roughly 217,000-square-foot building to an affiliate of Spanish investor Ponte Gadea for $231.25 million, or nearly $1,067 per square foot, in a deal recorded Thursday with the D.

  • Here's how much homes cost in metro Orlando's opportunity zones
    American City Business Journals

    Here's how much homes cost in metro Orlando's opportunity zones

    Most of the areas chosen for opportunity zone redevelopment in the U.S. have median home prices well below the national average of $266,000, according to a new report from Attom Data Solutions. Attom analyzed qualified opportunity zones established by Congress in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act of 2017. In total, it took into account 3,100 zones with sufficient sales data, including areas with at least five home sales in second-quarter 2019 and an average of at least five sales per quarter since Q3 2018.

  • From cows to construction: Orlando office park continues to grow after 20+ years
    American City Business Journals

    From cows to construction: Orlando office park continues to grow after 20+ years

    Damien Madsen recalled back in 1997, when he had to prop up renderings of speculative office buildings on the tailgate of his silver Toyota Land Cruiser that was parked south of Florida's Turnpike and Sand Lake Road. Some office brokers never expected that southwest Orlando neighborhood to get much traction — it was too far removed from the rest of the city. Madsen said he was told he'd lose his job before office buildings were ever constructed in the area.

  • Bethesda office complex offered for sale amid larger area building boom
    American City Business Journals

    Bethesda office complex offered for sale amid larger area building boom

    Moore & Associates is offering Bethesda Towers for sale, a three-building complex that's bound to generate a fair amount of interest with all that's going on in the busy Montgomery County submarket. The Bethesda-based firm has retained Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK) to market the property at 4330-4350 East-West Highway amid a larger building boom. Developers including Carr Properties, JBG Smith Properties (NYSE: JBGS) and Stonebridge Associates are each working on new office or mixed-use buildings in the area, in addition to the new Marriott International Inc. headquarters being developed by Boston Properties (NYSE: BXP) and Bernstein Cos. Cushman & Wakefield touts the 568,642-square-foot Bethesda Towers in marketing materials released earlier this week as a major repositioning opportunity amid all that new construction, with rental rates between $7 per square foot and $10 per square foot below market for comparable product and $30 per square foot below new office.

  • Unicorp in talks with big firm to relocate to $1B+ O-Town West project
    American City Business Journals

    Unicorp in talks with big firm to relocate to $1B+ O-Town West project

    A large publicly traded company is in discussions to relocate its Central Florida offices to a proposed development near Walt Disney World. Orlando-based developer Unicorp National Developments Inc. is in talks with a 250,000-square-foot user to relocate to the $1 billion O-Town West project near Interstate 4 and the Daryl Carter Parkway, President Chuck Whittall told Orlando Business Journal at ICSC Florida at the Orange County Convention Center.

  • It takes a (Creative) Village: How downtown's $1.5B development may look in 2030
    American City Business Journals

    It takes a (Creative) Village: How downtown's $1.5B development may look in 2030

    This introduction of thousands of people will attract new residents and businesses to the area as construction stretches on into the decade ahead.

  • AT&T looks to part ways with Orlando property near airport
    American City Business Journals

    AT&T looks to part ways with Orlando property near airport

    AT&T Inc. looks to sell nearly a dozen properties in Florida — including one in Orlando — which may lead to redevelopment opportunities. The Dallas-based telecommunications company (NYSE: T) will auction off its 3.4-acre property at 1501 S. Semoran Blvd. on Oct. 25. Tulsa-based real estate auction company Williams & Williams is organizing the AT&T property sales in Florida and across the U.S. The Orlando property features a roughly 27,000-square-foot industrial building built in 1974, according to Orange County records.

  • Executive Voice: Building connections in the world of commercial real estate
    American City Business Journals

    Executive Voice: Building connections in the world of commercial real estate

    Deb Boucher has spent years specializing in science and technology real estate, working with clients to navigate an increasingly complex and competitive market and find spaces with offerings they need at a value they can afford. Now, as an executive director at Cushman & Wakefield (NYSE: CWK), Boucher is taking that focus to a new level with the formation of a team dedicated to meeting the needs of science and technology companies and organizations. A Cornell University graduate, Boucher arrived in the Triangle in 2006, and found work at what would ultimately become Cushman & Wakefield, after a series of mergers and acquisitions.

  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Selected to Manage New Dallas-Area, 1.2-MSF Headquarters Building

    Cushman & Wakefield to provide property management and facility services for Pioneer Natural Resources at the new Las Colinas property

  • American City Business Journals

    Health administration company to bring 100 jobs with new Orlando office

    An Eagan, Minnesota company that manages health spending and savings accounts is bringing jobs with its new customer service center in Orlando. Further — formerly known as SelectAccount — will add 100 positions with its 17,000-square-foot office at 5900 Lake Ellenor Drive in Orlando. Further will occupy the leased space inside Cardinal Point at Lake Ellenor by December, spokeswoman Kari Soderberg told Orlando Business Journal in an email.

  • Wyndham to double size of Orlando timeshare call center
    American City Business Journals

    Wyndham to double size of Orlando timeshare call center

    The growth comes after Wyndham Destinations announced in January it planned to hire 200 people in Florida.

  • Benzinga

    Prologis With A Rare Find In Tight Los Angeles Market

    Logistics real estate company Prologis, Inc. (NYSE: PLD) continues to add to its real estate portfolio, this time with a rare find in the Los Angeles market. As reported by the Los Angeles Business Journal, the nation's largest logistics warehouse owner, operator and developer has purchased an 11-acre, 85,000 square foot facility in southeast Los Angeles. The property, located in the city of Commerce at 2420 Yates Avenue, was purchased from AT&T Inc (NYSE: T) for $41.1 million.

  • Business Wire

    Cushman & Wakefield Releases 2018 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

    Cushman & Wakefield (CWK), a leading global real estate services firm, today released its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report covering the firm’s global operations during fiscal year 2018. The new report highlights the firm’s ongoing commitment to corporate citizenship and to progressing international targets by aligning the company’s long-term objectives with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). “At Cushman & Wakefield, corporate social responsibility is embedded in our firm’s practices and strategic vision for the future,” said Brett White, Executive Chairman & CEO.

  • Benzinga

    The Rise Of Industrial Property's Little Guys

    Cities like Providence, Rhode Island; Omaha, Nebraska; and Tulsa, Oklahoma are generally not part of the conversation about hot spots on America's industrial property map. Yet recent data from real estate ...

  • American City Business Journals

    SunTrust's mega-move in downtown Orlando delayed

    The largest office relocation in downtown Orlando this year won’t happen as scheduled, which likely will affect other company moves in the urban core. Atlanta-based SunTrust Banks Inc. (NYSE: STI) plans to shift its Orlando headquarters into the still-under-construction SunTrust Plaza at Church Street Station by December, SunTrust spokesman Thomas Crosson said. Previously, the largest bank in Central Florida expected to make its 90,000-square-foot move by August with its roughly 250,000 square feet of former office space opening up by October.