Jake Horowitz is an Associate Director in the Retail Leasing Division of Colliers International, where he focuses on tenant and landlord representation in all five boroughs of New York City. Mr. Horowitz joined colliers in 2017.
Mr. Horowitz joined Colliers from Eastern Consolidated, where he served many retail clients across Manhattan. Jake also has a background in the restaurant business having worked as the manager of a restaurant for five years.
Some of Mr. Horowitz notable transactions include:
· Representation of Thomson Reuters and Representation of Café Europa in their lease extension at 3 Times Square
· Representation of Mack Weldon in their first brick and mortar store at The Shops at Hudson Yards
· Representation of Just Baked Nowakowski in their first two United States locations at Westfield World Trade Center and 675 8th Avenue
· Representation of Optyx in their lease at 1125 Lexington Avenue
Mr. Horowitz earned a B.S. in both Business Management and Information Management & Technology from the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and the School of Information Studies, respectively, at Syracuse University.
Memberships & Involvements
Mr. Horowitz has done work on behalf of tenants such as Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Optyx Eyewear, GoHealth Urgent Care, Mack Weldon, Just Baked! Nowakowski, Café Europa, among others. He also has represented landlords such as New York University, NOAM Management, Thomson Reuters, UDR Inc., CUNY, Greenroad Capital, Hornig Capital, Cape Advisors, Justin Management, among others, as their leasing agent.
Michael Stone is an executive director in Colliers International’s New York Retail group. He focuses on tenant and owner representation in Manhattan, the outer boroughs and the Tri-State suburban markets, though he has completed strategic assignments in locations across the country. He joined Colliers in 2017 as a critical asset in the firm’s expansion of its regional retail platform.
David Tricarico is an executive director in Colliers International’s New York office. He focuses on retail tenant and owner representation across the five boroughs of New York City, with the Downtown market as a specialty area. For retail tenants, he assists in developing and executing real estate strategies in one of the most competitive markets in the world. Owners of properties with retail components benefit from his insight into optimal positioning and marketing of space, targeting of appropriate tenants, value add financial/amenity advice, and completion of transactions that benefit all parties long term. He joined Colliers in 2017.