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Corporate Capital Markets

Newmark's Corporate Capital Markets group leads the industry in advising on sale leasebacks, build-to-suits, and monetizing net lease assets for all types of properties, both in the U.S. and internationally. We serve a broad range of clients, including corporate users from mid-sized businesses to the Fortune 100, M&A private equity sponsors, developers, and real estate owners, institutional and private.


The Corporate Capital Markets team at Newmark brings together experts with backgrounds in commercial and investment banking, accounting, and real estate development. We are known for creatively structuring, negotiating, pricing, and financing intricate real estate deals, and have completed over $10 billion in transactions, including sale leasebacks, build-to-suits, and net lease deals across 42 states and 9 countries.


  • Sale Leaseback Financing: Single-Asset and Portfolios

  • M&A Private Equity Advisory: Acquisition Financing, Recapitalizations

  • Build-to-Suit Financing and Forward Sales

  • Net Lease Investment Sales

  • Portfolio Optimization: Corporate Campus Repositioning, Partial and Short-Term Dispositions

  • Purchase Leasebacks

  • Ground Leases: Bifurcation Origination and Existing Lease Monetization

  • Developer Services: Equity, Debt and Structured Finance

  • Debt and Structured Finance: Credit Tenant Leases, Traditional Debt, Corporate Finance

Asset Class

  • Industrial: Manufacturing, Distribution & Warehouse, Cold-Storage and Food Production

  • Office: Headquarters, Corporate Campus, Condo, R&D Laboratory, Call Centers

  • Retail: High-Street, Quick Service Restaurants, Automotive

  • Ground Leases: Existing Leases and De Novo Bifurcations

  • Infrastructure: Intermodal Yards, Port Facilities, Marinas, Airport Facilities, Data Centers

Tenant Credit Expertise

  • Middle Market Leveraged Credits – Private Equity Sponsored & Privately-held

  • Investment Grade

  • ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan)

  • Distressed Credit, Restructuring

  • Early Stage Companies

Market Coverage

  • United States: Primary, Secondary, Tertiary and Rural Markets

  • International: North America, Europe, Asia, South America, Australia and Africa