Glenn Isaacson is President of Bradford Allen’s New York office, leading brokerage services for the region. Prior to joining Bradford Allen, he served in senior roles at Cushman & Wakefield (Vice-Chairman) and CBRE (Executive Vice President).
During his 40-plus years in real estate, Glenn has represented numerous Class A properties for owners such as PGIM, Equitable Life Assurance, Sterling Equities, Edward Minskoff, Harry Macklowe, Investcorp, SJP Properties, and developer/owner Scott Rechler, among many others. He has completed successful leasing programs for the City’s most prominent buildings, including 590 Madison Avenue, 717 Fifth Avenue, 11 Times Square, Metropolitan Tower, 180 Madison Avenue, 475 Park Avenue South, Tower 45, and 575 Fifth Avenue.
In addition to his work on behalf of ownership, Glenn is a trusted advisor to many of the nation’s leading businesses, crafting solutions for their occupancy requirements to serve their business goals. Recently, he directed the 200,000-square-foot relocation of The Boston Consulting Group to 10 Hudson Yards, the 132,000-square-foot early renewal of Seyfarth Shaw at 620 Eighth Avenue, and the expansion of Forest Hills Hospital (Northwell) for 140,000 square feet. He was instrumental in bringing about the corporate relocation of the American Kennel Club to 65,000 square feet at 101 Park Avenue, which led to the relocation of their museum from St. Louis to the same building.
PROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL AFFILIATIONS
Glenn has been a member of REBNY for over 40 years. He also serves as a member of the Board of Trustees for the American Foundation for Aids Research, an organization with which he has worked tirelessly since the passing of his brother Mark due to complications from AIDS. He sits on the board for AYR Wellness, a publicly traded company, where his oversight includes acquisitions and audit review. He is a lifelong member of the Sigma Chi Fraternity.
Glenn holds a Bachelor of Science degree with a concentration in finance and economics from Florida Southern College.