Chip began his career on the floor of the New York stock exchange in 2000 where he was involved with institutional sales and trading. In 2003 he joined Sutton & Edwards Inc. (now Colliers International), receiving the tenderfoot award only 9 months later, and since then he has been involved in over 1.2 million square feet of sales and leasing transactions. In 2014, he accepted a managing director position at Industry One Realty Corp. where he spearheaded their office sales and leasing division. In 2017 he founded ACC Space, a firm that in conjunction with ACC Realty Inc. facilitates commercial real estate decisions and transactions for corporations, business owners, developers, investors and landlords. His specialties include, amongst others, tenant representation and property sales. He has dealt with a myriad of clients from Merril Lynch to small medical practices. Some of his notable transactions include the sale of 301-501 Franklin Ave. in Garden City for $48 million, the sale of the Davis Vision portfolio of property, and the lease of 506 Stewart Ave. to Mercy Medical Center (Catholic Health Services). He received a Bachelor of Arts in Finance from Towson University in Maryland and a Masters in Real Estate Finance from NYU. He is currently a member of CIBS society of Long Island and a member of the NYU Real Estate Institute. He currently resides in Port Washington, NY with his wife and two children.