Scott Cahaly joined The Staubach Company in 2004 as a Director and was quickly promoted to Managing Director of the Downtown Manhattan office. Mr. Cahaly is now a Senior Vice President within Jones Lang LaSalle Americas, Inc. Mr. Cahaly's primary responsibilities include transaction management, business development and identification of strategic growth opportunities. Mr. Cahaly started his real estate career in 2000 at GVA Williams.
Mr. Cahaly has advised tenants in some of Lower Manhattan's largest leasing assignments including The State of New York on their 475,000 rsf lease renewal at 60 Broad Street, AOL's new headquarters at 770 Broadway for 225,000 rsf, The New York City School Construction Authority on their new lease of 175,000 at 26 Broadway, The New York Liquidation Bureau on their new lease for 115,000 rsf at 110 William Street and Emmis Communications Corporation in their 60,000 rsf lease renewal at 395 Hudson Street. As a tenant representative, Mr. Cahaly has worked with many other institutional corporations in the renegotiation of leases and the acquisition and disposition of office space. Some of his past clients include Alterra USA, CapLease, dELiA*s, INC., Knoll, The United States Securities and Exchange Commission, Prudential Securities, Prudential Insurance Company of America, AXA Reinsurance, City of New York and Adopt A Highway.
Mr. Cahaly provides landlord agency representation services to some of New York's most prominent landlords. Past and current assignments include advising JPMorgan Chase in the disposition of 428,000 rsf and 317,000 rsf at 4 Metrotech Center and One Metrotech Center respectively. Mr. Cahaly is also involved in the disposition of 180,000 rsf at 100 Wall Street on behalf of Savanna, 75,000 rsf at 90 Broad Street on behalf of JPMorgan Chase Asset Management and 75,000 rsf at 33 Maiden Lane on behalf of Invesco Real Estate. He represented Prudential Securities in the disposition of four floors at 199 Water St.
Mr. Cahaly holds a bachelor of arts from The Ohio State University and has continued his education and real estate career development at New York University. Mr. Cahaly is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.