Grant McKiernan

Co-Head Of Asset Mgmt | Acquisitions & Dev

Grant currently works at George Comfort & Sons, Inc. in New York City. Grant’s experience has spanned across all facets of the commercial real estate industry, including asset management, acquisition, development, large-scale capital repositionings, leasing, and marketing. To date, he has been involved with over $1.8B of closed transactions.

In 2023, Grant was named Co-Head of Asset Management where he oversees the company’s portfolio of buildings. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing nine assets located throughout New York City, Fairfield County, and Westchester County. As a result, he has become adept at preparing cash flow projections, forecasting, reporting, budgeting, leasing analysis, financings, re-financings, recapitalizations, as well as the preparation and successful delivery of investment committee presentations.

Grant oversaw significant capital repositioning programs at 677 Washington Boulevard in Stamford, CT and 135 West 50th Street in New York City. Currently, Grant is overseeing the large-scale capital repositioning program at 400 Atlantic Street in Stamford, CT.

Grant provides integral support for acquisitions, dispositions, financings, refinancings, and leasing at the firm. Additionally, he is integrally involved in the company’s mixed-use and ground-up development projects. Here, he oversees the ground-up pre-development projects located at 777 Washington Boulevard, 900 King Street, and 621 Midland Avenue.

Prior to entering the commercial real estate industry in 2016, Grant was a Vice President at Evercore ISI. Prior to that, he worked at a real estate-focused law firm in Philadelphia.

Grant received his Juris Doctorate & MBA degrees in 2013 from Villanova University’s School of Law and Graduate School of Business, respectively. He graduated from Boston College in 2010. He is admitted to practice law in the state of New York. Grant is also a licensed real estate Associate Broker in the state of New York and is a member of the Urban Land Institute.