CoreDispo - 100% Focused on Disposing of Excess Real Estate
CoreDispo - Leasing and Sales of Excess Real Estate
CoreDispo - Global Real Estate Consulting
CoreDispo - $8 Billion in Lease & Sales Closed


We Guarantee
  Savings • Timing • Pricing


We Provide Comprehensive Pre-Market Analysis of ALL Qualified
Local Brokers' Data


We Transform Market and Broker Data Into Achievable Solutions for Our Clients


We Maximize Savings & Value of Your Excess Real Estate


We guarantee savings, timing and pricing. With 25+ years experience exclusively dedicated to real estate dispositions, CoreDispo's team of experts handles the challenging leasing and sale of excess corporate real estate to maximize value of assets for our clients around the world.



CoreDispo practices a disciplined consultative approach to providing Disposition Services. We focus on understanding the client, each stakeholder and the market before recommending pricing, timing and cost targets.



Get an in-depth look at working with an integrated consulting, leasing and sales business that understands what it takes to efficiently dispose of excess real estate in the global marketplace.




Gerard J. Staudt, President




423 Rowayton Ave. Norwalk CT 06854









Manhattan Office:
Computer Sciences Corp.

  • 1325 Avenue of Americas
  • Sublease to gain release of
    $3M lease obligation
  • Disposed of 25,000 SF
  • Delivered $3M hard cost savings



South Carolina DMV

  • Dispose of 300,00 SF
  • Distressed Tertiary Market
  • $18.5 Million Sale in 9 Months
  • $21 Million OPEX Savings


York Air Conditioning

  • 1.6 Million SF HQ Campus
  • 780,000 SF Excess Space
  • Space Planning, Environmental,
    Title, Utility and Site
    Separation Issues
  • $25 Million Sale Leaseback – 11 Months


Mixed Use:
Pratt & Whitney

  • Corporate HQ
  • 7200 Acres (1.7 Million SF) total
  • Sold 150 Acres (540,000 SF)
  • Re-Zoned, Subdivided, Sold
  • $50 Million Savings


This site contains achievements of CoreDispo employees prior to CoreDispo.


2018 Performance Forecast for Top 4 Commercial Real Estate Sectors

March 13, 2018
The four main sectors of the Commercial Real Estate industry are expected to see different levels of growth/decline in 2018. After a long economic expansion, Colliers International predicts the market hit its peak in 2017. According to economists, numerous factors indicate that the market should expect a slow decline in the upcoming year, but they […] read more

10 Most Active Warehouse Construction Markets

March 6, 2018
10 Most Active Warehouse Construction Markets read more

Industrial Real Estate Expected to Soar in 2018

February 21, 2018
E-Commerce has taken over the way business is operated in the United States. With more and more companies turning to online retail, investors are looking into the industrial real estate market to purchase more warehouses and distribution centers. These conditions, along with other strong economic indicators, are leading to a “resurgence” in the industrial real […] read more

GE Factory to Hip Lofts

February 19, 2018
City developers in Fort Wayne, Ind., are taking a $440 million budget, and pouring it into the transformation of an abandoned GE factory. Investors are hoping to turn this drab area into a lively downtown, that will attract a new wave of residence and spark job creation. With 39 acres already under their belt, developers […] read more

Investor Sentiment Indicates More Pros Think CRE Cycle is in Expansion Phase

February 16, 2018
What phase do you think the commercial real estate cycle is in? Based off of numbers collected by the National Real Estate Investor, 41 percent of people believe we are in an expansion/recovery phase. This percentage has nearly doubled since November 2017 and it isn’t the only number that has seen a dramatic change. NREI […] read more

Discount Stores Defying Retail Meltdown

February 7, 2018
Over the past year, the retail sector has been declining quickly with numerous store closures across the country. Companies hit the hardest fall under the categories of mall-based, or full price retailers. Spending trends changed during the recession, turning people away from full price clothing, accessories, and other everyday items, and they have yet to […] read more

Bye-Bye Bank Branches

February 5, 2018
Physical bank locations are closing left and right due to the changing landscape of the banking world. The shift to online and mobile banking (whether customers like it or not) nearly eliminates the need for traditional tellers. The Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest closed 259 locations, and have already stated that they are not […] read more

Ocean Parkway Real Estate Phenomenon

January 31, 2018
“A teardown or an empty lot can go for as much as $3 million,” Have you ever heard of such a thing? Head down to Brooklyn’s Ocean Parkway and behold this real estate phenomenon. The majority of these properties are owned by members of the Sephardic Jewish community, who value these properties for their unbeatable […] read more

Where the New Retail Space is Being Built (Hint: It’s Not in Malls)

January 29, 2018
Developers around the US are shifting their focus to “pedestrian-centric” retail space. These new developments aim to create a utopia of life-work balance for young adults, and even some baby boomers looking to try a new, car-less lifestyle.These projects include walkable complexes of shops, offices, schools, transportation centers, and more. Not only does this create […] read more

Vacant Commercial Real Estate may Qualify for a Tax Break

January 1, 2018
Below market occupancy rates, or the anticipated departure of a major tenant, are two factors that signal the potential for property tax relief. “A vacant anchor space diminishes value even when the owner continues to receive rent on the dark space.”Does your state offer a tax break on vacant space? Follow these simple steps to find […] read more

Newmark Knight Frank Completes $290M Sale-Leaseback

January 1, 2018
“$290M sale of DreamWorks animation headquarters.”….460,000 square feet of creative office space.Read more about the details of this monumental deal: more updates? Follow us @CoreDispo read more

Declining Foot Traffic and Rising Vacancies Make Gyms More Attractive to Malls Across the Country

January 1, 2018
Declining foot traffic and rising vacancies are making gyms more attractive to malls across the country. In prior years, the thought of building a gym within a shopping center would not appeal to many mall owners. They were thought to attract “lower-rent visitors who were unlikely to shop.” This is no longer the deal. Gyms are giving […] read more

Tax Reform Shows Low Chance for “Shockwaves in the Commercial Real Estate Industry.”

January 1, 2018
In creation of the most recent tax reform, experts concluded that any final version of the bill would have little impact on the commercial real estate industry. Despite a demand shift in certain sectors, the bill shouldn’t shake things up too much. Were they right?Learn more about what the experts are saying here: more […] read more

Landlords Hope Festivities Lead to Impulse Buys this Holiday Season

December 21, 2017
Ever wonder why retail stores spend so much time and money setting up holiday decor? read more

Tax Bill Calculator

December 19, 2017
Curious how the new Republican tax bill will affect you? Use this tax bill calculator to find now. read more

“London is a two-tier market right now—the Asian investors and everybody else,”

December 18, 2017
Asian investors are out doing institutional investors in London. Read more about the changing global corporate real estate market. read more