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At Newmark, we don’t just adapt to what our partners need—we adapt to what the future demands. Since 1929, we’ve faced forward, predicting change and pioneering ideas. Almost a century later, the same strategic sense and audacious thinking still guide our approach. Today our integrated platform delivers seamlessly connected services tailored to every type of client, from owners to occupiers, investors to founders, and growing startups to leading companies.


Tapping into smart tech and smarter people, Newmark brings ingenuity to every exchange and transparency to every relationship. We think outside of boxes, buildings and business lines, delivering a global perspective and a nimble approach. From reimagining spaces to engineering solutions, we have the vision to see what’s next and the tenacity to get there first.

Newmark’s Minneapolis office is led by Executive Managing Director Jim Damiani, CCIM, SIOR and Senior Managing Director Brent Erickson. The office is comprised of a vibrant team of over 60 seasoned commercial real estate professionals providing a comprehensive suite of services including tenant and landlord representation, investment sales, property, project management and appraisal, focusing on office, industrial and retail. Backed by Newmark’s unique global platform and network, our proven team uses its extensive local market knowledge, unmatched research capabilities and sophisticated marketing approach to advise clients with varying objectives to achieve the most out of their real estate goals.

The Twin Cities metropolitan area is ranked in first position in the United States for the number of Fortune 500 companies per capita. With solid office and industrial landscapes that are not tied to any particular industry, a new sports arena in U.S. Bank Stadium, large tenants like Amazon, 3M and Target leasing space, and a white-hot housing market, Minneapolis-St. Paul is poised to continue its enjoyment of healthy market conditions, creating unique opportunities for owners and users of commercial real estate.