Corey Isdaner joined Marcus & Millichap in January 2014 as an Investment Sales Associate on The New York Multifamily Team, NYC’s leading Multifamily Investment Sales Team. The team sells over $1b worth of NYC Real Estate every year with upwards of 100+ building sales a year. He comes from a long lineage of commercial real estate brokers, being the fourth generation in his family to enter the industry. His career began at an early age working at The Bloom Organization of South Jersey, where he learned the intricacies of being a commercial landlord and developer. Corey also previously interned at Marcus & Millichap in Philadelphia, supporting a team there, he was involved with the financing, transaction and research aspects of investment real estate.
Within his first 4 years since joining Marcus & Millichap, Corey has sold over $640 Million in New York City real estate, totaling over 675,000 Square Feet. He is a recipient of the 2014 Marcus & Millichap Pace Setter Award, which is given to new agents who possess a high level of professionalism and industry expertise during their first 16 weeks after training.
Corey is an investment sales advisor and specializes solely in mixed-use and multifamily buildings in Manhattan. His concentration allows him to possess thorough knowledge of the real estate market in New York City and provides in-depth property valuations, market analyses, current market trends, and superior service and results for his clients. Corey has a strong understanding of the 1031 exchange process, rent regulation laws in New York City, property assessments, zoning and development guidelines, discounted cash flow analysis, 10-year models, and in-depth ground lease evaluation.
Some of Corey’s most notable transactions include a 16-building Portfolio which he sold to the Kushner Family for $131.5 Million, a 9-story elevator building on East 32nd Street for $43.7 Million, 3-buidling portfolio on East 3rd Street for $58 Million, a Finished Product East Village portfolio for $42.3 Million, and a 421-A new construction elevator building in the Lower East Side for $61.5m. Corey has worked with clients that range from Private Individuals to large institutions.
Originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, Corey is a graduate of The University of Maryland, Robert H. Smith School of Business. In his spare time, he enjoys playing Golf, attending Philadelphia Eagles games, spending time with family & friends, and traveling. He currently resides on the Upper East Side.