Josh Friedman joined Newmark and Team Goldmacher in 2002 at the firm’s Manhattan headquarters. Josh has 18 years of experience in corporate real estate, focused on tenant representation, strategic planning and corporate account services. He is one of the top advisors specializing in the representation of tenants in Manhattan, particularly within the financial services, technology and information industries, and in top-tier buildings. He has worked on lease projects totaling $2 billion in aggregate commitments.
- Apollo Management at 9 West 57th Street and 730 Fifth Avenue
- Archegos Capital Management at 888 Seventh Avenue
- Arsenal Capital Partners at 100 Park Avenue
- Brunswick Group at 245 Park Avenue
- BTG Pactual at 601 Lexington Avenue
- Citibank at 1 Court Square, 666 Fifth Avenue and 909 Third Avenue
- Dyal Partners at 152 West 57th Street
- Element Capital Management at 520 Madison Avenue
- Eton Park Capital Management at 399 Park Avenue
- First New York Securities at 90 Park Avenue
- HAP Capital at 395 Hudson Street
- Hovnanian Enterprises at 435 Hudson Street
- ICM Partners at 65 East 55th Street
- Investment Technology Group at 1 Liberty Plaza
- Irving Place Capital at 745 Fifth Avenue
- JS Capital Management at 888 Seventh Avenue
- Magnetar Capital at 500 Park Avenue
- McCourt Global at 888 Seventh Avenue
- Moore Capital Management at 11 Times Square
- Music Theatre International at 423 West 55th Street
- Paige.AI at The Bridge at Cornell Tech
- QVT Financial at 444 Madison Avenue
- Roivant Sciences at 151 West 42nd Street
- Sanford I. Weill at 767 Fifth Avenue
- Soros Fund Management at at 250 West 55th St. & 888 Seventh Avenue
- Standard General at 767 Fifth Avenue
- Suvretta Capital Management at 540 Madison Avenue
- TPG Capital and TPG-Axon Capital at 888 Seventh Avenue
- Two Sigma Investments at 100 and 101 AOA and Cornell Tech
In 2014, Josh was appointed to Newmark’s Leadership Council, an honor that was extended based on extraordinary achievement and contribution to the firm’s success. As a member of the council, Josh mentors junior brokers, leads business development programs and advises the firm’s executive operating committee on brokerage initiatives.
Josh holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Wisconsin, where he majored in finance and minored in real estate. He completed his high school education at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School.
Josh lives in Greenwich, Connecticut, with his wife, Sasha, daughter, Laine, and son, Matthew.