Allan Murphy joined Newmark in 2015 as a senior managing director in the Stamford, Connecticut, office, where he focuses on both tenant and landlord representation. Allan joined Newmark from New England Land Company, headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, where he was an executive vice president for 19 years. In this role, he represented landlords, tenants and investors in the leasing, sale and acquisition of office, retail and mixed-use properties in the Greenwich and Stamford markets and completed more than 200 transactions with a total value in excess of $300.0 million.
Prior to his tenure at New England Land Company, Allan served for 10 years in various capacities within the real estate industry, including positions as a vice president in JPMorgan’s real estate banking group, an investment sales specialist with Cushman & Wakefield, a manager of C&W’s property tax consulting business and a vice president of investment sales at the Codman Company in Boston.
Partial List of Lease Transactions
As a tenant representative:
- Maxum Petroleum: 21,000 SF at 20 Horseneck Lane
- Restoration Hardware: 17,000 SF at 310 Greenwich Avenue
- Pierpont Securities: 13,000 SF at 2 Stamford Plaza
- Blue Harbour Group: 10,000 SF at 646 Steamboat Road
- Capula Investment: 6,956 SF feet at 55 Railroad Avenue
- Brighton Health Partners: 6,779 SF at Canterbury Green
- Greenwich Hospital: Multiple leases and sales
As a landlord representative:
- 1445-1455 East Putnam Avenue: 40,000 SF office building
- 124-130 Mason Street: 20,000 SF office building
- 15 Valley Drive: 35,000 SF office building
- 289 Greenwich Avenue: 25,000 SF office/retail building
Partial List of Sale Transactions
- 41 West Putnam Avenue: 25,000 SF ($11.0 million, or $438/SF)
- 20 Dayton Avenue: 12,000 SF ($6.3 million, or $525/SF)
- 19 West Elm Street: 12,000 SF ($4.8 million, or $400/SF)
- 55 Old Field Point Road: 11,560 SF ($2.8 million, or $237/SF
Allan graduated from Cornell University with a Bachelor of Science degree and holds a real estate license in Connecticut.