Avison Young Selects New Executive in NYC

The firm promoted 15-year industry veteran David Krasnoff to executive director of the New York Capital Markets Group. He previously served as senior director within the company.
David Krasnoff, Executive Director, Avison Young

Following Patrick Buckley’s appointment in Boston, Avison Young added David Krasnoff as the newest executive director of its New York Capital Markets Group. In his new role, Krasnoff will handle the origination and execution of debt and equity financings for the firm’s institutional and high-net-worth investors.

A 15-year veteran of commercial real estate, Krasnoff has contributed to the execution of more than $4 billion worth of transactions throughout his career. He joined the company in 2013, having most recently served as senior director. From 2011 to 2013, he worked as vice president at JLL’s Real Estate Investment Banking Group in New York City, where he sourced and executed deals. Prior to that, he held various positions at Glacier Global Partners, JLL and Ark Investment Partners.

A 15-year veteran of commercial real estate, Krasnoff has contributed to the execution of more than $4 billion worth of transactions throughout his career. He joined the company in 2013, having most recently served as senior director. From 2011 to 2013, he worked as vice president at JLL’s Real Estate Investment Banking Group in New York City, where he sourced and executed deals. Prior to that, he held various positions at Glacier Global Partners, JLL and Ark Investment Partners.

David joined Avison Young New York in the early stages of our rapid-growth phase and has played a key role in the expansion of our capital markets service line. For the last several years, he has been actively involved in the development and execution of our overall debt and equity financing strategy and continues to be a top producer for our firm,” Avison Young New York City Operations President & Managing Director Mitti Liebersohn said in a prepared statement.

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