Blimey! Dan Fasulo To Ditch New York for London

Dan Fasulo, the media-friendly go-to guy for all matters skyscraper, is moving to London. On Sunday.

Until that dread day, when he flies Virgin across the Atlantic, Mr. Fasulo will continue to head up the research department at the New York office of Real Capital Analytics, which, since its creation in 2000, has come to dominate the hungry market for reliable research on New York City investment sales. In other words, on buildings—who owns them, who leases them, who finances their transactions, who covets them. You get the picture.

Now, Mr. Fasulo will head up London’s growing office. “We’re starting to make some significant headway over there,” he said. “I’m going to build on that momentum and expand our European operations. We already have a nice little office in Covent Garden.” And he’s got himself a nice little flat in South Kensington.

Dan Fasulo, the media-friendly go-to guy for all matters skyscraper, is moving to London. On Sunday.

Until that dread day, when he flies Virgin across the Atlantic, Mr. Fasulo will continue to head up the research department at the New York office of Real Capital Analytics, which, since its creation in 2000, has come to dominate the hungry market for reliable research on New York City investment sales. In other words, on buildings—who owns them, who leases them, who finances their transactions, who covets them. You get the picture.

Now, Mr. Fasulo will head up London’s growing office. “We’re starting to make some significant headway over there,” he said. “I’m going to build on that momentum and expand our European operations. We already have a nice little office in Covent Garden.” And he’s got himself a nice little flat in South Kensington.

But even with Mr. Fasulo a continent away, RCA’s work will go on. Which is nothing if not a boon for real estate researchers in New York.

“We at Colliers certainly use their data often,” said Robert Sammons, the managing director of research at Colliers ABR. “It’s amazing stuff. It’s detailed enough. They’re fast enough in getting the information out to the market. … They can be trusted, which is the most important thing in research.”

Blimey! Dan Fasulo To Ditch New York for London