Robert R. Lowe is an Executive Vice Chairman with 29 years of real estate brokerage and consulting experience, all with Cushman & Wakefield. He began his career working in Cushman & Wakefield’s Downtown office for 14 years. In early 2002, he relocated with his team to the Midtown office. He has represented tenants in virtually every business sector — financial services, technology, media, entertainment, insurance, law, and not for profit. Rob is extremely active within Cushman & Wakefield and is heading up the firm’s internal global technology initiative. In addition, he regularly serves on firm panels regarding best practices for real estate brokerage professionals.
Mr. Lowe is a graduate of Hamilton College and a member of the Real Estate Board of New York and the Downtown Association. He is also a member of the Board of Directors for the SkyRink Youth Scholarship Program at Chelsea Piers in Manhattan. Prior to joining Cushman & Wakefield, he played ice hockey professionally in Europe. He and his wife, Cathy, reside with their three children in Darien, CT, where he is a volunteer ice hockey and soccer coach.
Awards & Associations
Mr. Lowe has been ranked among Cushman & Wakefield’s top 100 brokers nationally every year since 1998. He ranked as one of Cushman & Wakefield’s top 10 brokers worldwide in 2011, and as one of Cushman & Wakefield’s top 25 brokers worldwide in 2003, 2009, 2012, 2013 and 2017. He has received numerous awards within Cushman & Wakefield throughout his career and is a three-time finalist for the prestigious Real Estate Board of New York’s Most Ingenious Deal of the Year Award. In 2003, Real Estate New York selected Mr. Lowe as one of the 40 most inﬂuential real estate professionals in New York under the age of 40. In 2009, he was recognized by Real Estate New York as one of the leading brokers in Manhattan. In 2011 and 2012, he was recognized by Real Estate Forum, a national publication focusing on the real estate industry, as one of the top brokers in New York City.
Mr. Lowe’s many clients include The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, American Red Cross, Natixis, Daiwa Securities America, Deloitte, Jane Street, Nomura, UBS, and the MTA.