Daniel Fishbein SLCR

Adjunct Instructor

Schack Institute of Real Estate

  • BA, Boston University
  • MCP, University of Pennsylvania
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Mr. Fishbein uses his extensive experience in Corporate and Investment Real Estate to teach real estate courses at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate. He was Director of Global Real Estate at CIT Bank, having previously served as Director of Real Estate Management at The Vanguard Group. On the investment side, Dan was VP of Asset Management for BNY Mellon’s Urdang Capital Group and Director of Portfolio Management at Rubenstein Partners. Early in his career, Dan was Director of Real Estate at Boston’s Economic Development Industrial Corporation.

Dan holds leadership roles in CoreNet Global, the professional association for Corporate Real Estate including past chair of the New York City Chapter for which he is currently a Board Advisor, President of the Philadelphia chapter, leadership for 15 Eastern Regional Symposiums, and participation on multiple global and chapter committees. He is a member of the New York Executive Leaders Council, served on the Tredyffrin Township, PA Planning Board, and has been a moderator and speaker for industry programs and at Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania. 

Accomplishments include (i) negotiation of CIT’s corporate headquarters leases in New York, New Jersey and institution of a new workplace strategy, (ii) plan, site selection, and workplace strategy for Vanguard’s corporate headquarters, (iii) led bank branch of the future project team at CIT, (iv) Achieved average annual return from investment properties asset managed at Urdang of over 15%, (v) led sustainability initiatives at Vanguard and Urdang, (vi) led best practices and process improvement initiatives in all positions, (vii) achieved over 90% lease up of the former South Boston Army and Navy bases and properties in distressed neighborhoods, and (viii) completed or oversaw numerous lease negotiation, site selection, and due diligence activities at all places employed.