David Rubenstein has been with Savills since 2016 and has worked exclusively as a tenant representative since 2000. His diverse background in commercial real estate includes development, leasing, and finance for office, industrial, and healthcare properties.
As a top producing member of the Atlanta division, David has assisted some of the most prestigious established and fast-growth companies in the local market. Additionally, David has worked extensively on portfolio assignments for clients with locations throughout the country. While his knowledge of the local market is significant, his keen eye for national trends shows true in his delivery of analyses and business strategy as well. With a holistic focus, David is committed to the best interest of his clients before, during, and after each transaction.
Prior to working with Savills, David was Principal of both Cresa and The Miller Richmond Company, where he gained extensive experience leveraging optimal real estate decisions for companies of all sizes.
Awards, Achievements and Activities
David received the magna cum laude distinction from Vanderbilt University and earned an MBA from Duke University’s renowned Fuqua School of Business. Once on the board of the Atlanta CEO Council, David has also received Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 40 Under 40 award and The Distinguished Service Award from the Atlanta Bar Association.
As a licensed real estate broker in Georgia, David has been consistently recognized as a top producer of Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS’ Million Dollar Club, and also received the coveted Phoenix Award.
He is currently a member of Leadership Atlanta, on the board of the William Breman Jewish Home Foundation, and on the executive board of Conexx, the American-Israel business connector. Additionally, David has served on the City of Sandy Springs Planning Commission and Georgia Commission on the Holocaust.
Vanderbilt University, Bachelor of Science
- Duke University, MBA
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