Cushman and Wakefield Recruits Investor Leasing Specialists to Tysons

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Cushman & Wakefield announced today that Josh Masi and Matt Bundy have both joined C&W’s Tysons office as Executive Directors. In their new roles, Masi and Bundy will provide investor clients with marketing and leasing expertise throughout the Northern Virginia marketplace. They are well respected and recognized leaders in the institutional investor world as well as within the local investor community.

“Having recognized that the C&W platform offers what the most sophisticated investors demand, Josh and Matt came to C&W so they can provide the most creative and innovative services on a consistent basis and to drive meaningful value to their clients,” said Brian Dawson, Senior Managing Director and Washington Region Market Leader. “They embody our regional guiding principles, and I am tremendously excited that Josh and Matt have joined us.”

Masi most recently served as a Senior Vice President at Transwestern, where he specialized in office leasing, property acquisition & disposition, and advisory services. He brings more than 12 years of commercial real estate experience in Northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. In the past three years, His leasing and sales transactions have exceeded 1.3 million square feet, representing an estimated value of more than $247 million.

Masi holds a Bachelor’s degree in finance from Duquesne University and is a board member of the Arlington Partnership and Northern Virginia Technology Council.

Bundy also came from Transwestern, previously working as a Senior Vice President, where he specialized in services to landlords, including institutional, corporate and private owners of commercial office buildings, and tenants throughout Northern Virginia. Since 2010, Bundy has participated in leasing and sales transactions totaling more than 1.6 million sf, representing an estimated value of more than $400 million.

He graduated from Randolph-Macon College with a Bachelor of Arts in business and economics, and currently is a partner/volunteer for the Special Olympics of Virginia and a member of the Greater Reston Chamber of Commerce and NAIOP.