Howard Grufferman, a top-performing and highly sought after broker in New York City, has joined Colliers International as a vice chairman. Grufferman will focus on tenant representation, with a specialization in the financial services, technology and legal sectors.
He was previously at Grubb & Ellis (now Newmark Grubb Knight Frank), where he also served as a vice chairman. Before that, Grufferman served as the senior managing director and co-branch manager of Studley's midtown and downtown offices. In his 25-year real estate career, he has closed transactions in excess of $1 billion. Notable clients include the City of New York, Federal Reserve Bank and Fortress Investment Group, among many others.
Also from Grubb, Hadley Springer joined the NYC office of Colliers International as an associate director. The duo represents the first major personnel move in the New York region since Joe Harbert took the helm.