Mark Winters joined Newmark in 2015 and currently serve as a Vice Chairman in the firm’s Boston office, where he focuses primarily in the Cambridge office and laboratory market.
Winters joined Newmark after almost 30 years at Cushman & Wakefield, most recently as an Executive Director in the company’s Boston office, where he was part of an eight-person team focused on office and laboratory leasing in the Cambridge and the Route 128 West Suburban markets. As a founding member and managing partner of Cushman & Wakefield’s Global Life Science Practice, he completed a wide range of tenant representation assignments for office and laboratory clients. Winters has represented a wide array of tenants, from early-stage, venture backed life science companies to major pharmaceutical companies such as Eisai, Monsanto, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research and Pfizer.
In addition to tenant representation, Winters has worked on behalf of many prominent local and international owners. This list includes Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Boston Properties, Deutsche Asset and Wealth Management, DivcoWest, King Street Properties, Leggat McCall Properties, MIT Investment Management Company and Normandy Real Estate Partners.
Winters has been recognized as an industry leader by his peers on a number of occasions. He received Cushman & Wakefield’s Brokerage Service Excellence Award for the New England Region three times and the Commercial Broker Association’s Deal of the Year Award eight times. A licensed real estate broker in the state of Massachusetts, he is an active member of The Greater Boston Real Estate Board and has served on both the Commercial Broker Association’s board of directors and its continuing education committee.
Active in his community, Winters has coached youth soccer, hockey, baseball and softball. He is a past president of Sudbury Maynard Stow Youth Hockey and is active in the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Leaders Circle.
Winters attended Choate Rosemary Hall and graduated in 1985 from Williams College with a Bachelor of Arts degree in history. He lives in Sudbury with his wife and three children.