Ed Clark joined Newmark in 2014 as an executive managing director in the Washington, DC, office. Mr. Clark possesses more than 26 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry.
An accomplished landlord representative, Mr. Clark has successfully leased in excess of 20 million square feet of space on behalf of his landlord clients. Mr. Clark’s roster of notable clients includes Argo Investments/Foulger Pratt, Clarion Partners, Equity Office Properties, James Campbell Company, KBS, LCOR, Meridian Group, Monday Properties, New Boston Fund, Prudential, Rubenstein Partners, TA Associates and UBS.
Mr. Clark’s extensive career and depth of market knowledge enables him to offer an invaluable perspective to the challenges facing both landlords and tenants during all phases of changing real estate cycles. He provides his clients with a wide range of strategic services including financial modeling, acquisition and disposition due diligence and demographic and transportation analysis.
Most recently, Mr. Clark enjoyed a successful tenure as a senior vice president at CBRE, where he was responsible for office leasing in Northern Virginia. He is an active industry and community leader and licensed broker in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia. Mr. Clark has served on the board of the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce and is an active member of both the George Washington University Executive MBA Alumni Association and Leadership Fairfax.
PARTIAL CLIENT LIST:
- Argo Investment/Foulger Pratt
- Carr Properties
- Clarion Partners
- Corporate Office Properties Trust
- Equity Office Properties
- Fairview Property Investments
- Federal Realty Investment Trust
- James Campbell Company
- LCOR, Inc.
- Monday Properties
- National Rifle Association
- New Boston Fund, Inc.
- Northpoint Realty Partners
- Ohio State Teachers
- Rubenstein Partners
- TA Associates
Mr. Clark earned a Master of Business Administration degree from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in finance and real estate from Clarion University of Pennsylvania.