Marianne Wilson joined Newmark in 2011. Her focus is on tenant representation for law firms, associations, and non-profit organizations. Ms. Wilson’s multi-faceted role spans from lead generation to lease negotiation with an emphasis on account management. Prior to commercial real estate, Ms. Wilson practiced commercial interior design for nine years and is accredited by the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ). Her experience in interior architecture allows her to communicate design ideas in a way her clients can both understand and visualize. From her previous career, Ms. Wilson offers a value-added benefit to assist with programming, test fit analysis, and space planning. These specialties help her clients by minimizing costs and improving the efficiency of the transaction. By combining her creative design skills and acute real estate negotiation, she can develop an innovative real estate strategy for her clients.
Partial Client List
- Autism Speaks
- Axinn, Veltrop & Harkrider LLP
- Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney P.C.
- Cohen & Gresser
- Council for a Livable World
- Elliott Management
- The Enough Project/The Sentry
- Ernst & Young
- Fisher & Phillips LLP
- Greylock McKinnon Associates
- The Center for Biological Diversity
- Institute for Educational Leadership
- McCabe Message Partners
- McIntyre & Lemon
- The Moran Company
- The National Center for Public Policy Research
- National Association of Consumer Advocates
- Solomon Page
- Washington Internship Institute
- WB Engineers + Consultants
- Your Part-Time Controller
- Member, Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Washington, DC Chapter
- Member, National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ)
- Licensed real estate salesperson, District of Columbia, State of Maryland & Commonwealth of Virginia
Ms. Wilson volunteers with the Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets where she is on the Economic Enhancement Committee. She also volunteers with Suited for Change and Lucky Dog Animal Rescue. Previous volunteer involvement includes The Children’s Inn at the National Institute of Health (NIH), American Cancer Society, Hope Connections for Cancer Support, Humane Rescue Alliance, The Keegan Theatre, Washington Literacy Center, and the DC Chapter of Learning Ally, a non-profit that assists adults and children who are blind or dyslexic.
Ms. Wilson graduated from the State University of New York at Buffalo with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and communication and from the New England School of Art and Design at Suffolk University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in interior design.