Newmark Associates

Patricia Cunningham

Vice President

O: 973.884.4444 ext. 13

C: 973.476.6959

Patricia Cunningham, Vice President, began her career at Newmark Associates CRE in 1993 and remains the longest tenured agent with the company.  Prior to joining Newmark Associates, Ms. Cunningham worked for Eastern Airlines as both a flight attendant and a marketing representative at trade conferences. Bringing her marketing skills to another arena, Ms. Cunningham managed a personnel office in Morristown, where she honed her interview, recruitment and negotiating skills in matching candidates’ training, competencies and experiences with prospective employers.

As a resident of New Jersey and a commercial real estate agent for over 20 years, Pat has not only monitored but endured many market changes in her career, growing with the times and an ever-changing technology of market research.  Through her passion for personal and professional self-transformation and her dedication to serving clients and colleagues alike with integrity and attentiveness, she has cultivated “thinking outside the box” – an essential quality for success, for which Newmark Associates is most notably recognized.

Focusing on leasing and sales of office and retail space in Morris, Essex, Union and Somerset Counties, Pat specializes in the renegotiation of leases in all sectors of the market.  Whether she sees the critical value in changing the use ascribed to a building for a client’s benefit, finding land that was not on the market for a skating facility, or competing with a large corporate franchise to gain advantage for a Morristown nursery school, Ms. Cunningham brings creativity, determination and warmth and caring in her negotiating to listen carefully to her clients and to identify properties that meet her clients’ needs.

Residing in Morris County with her husband, Bill, of 57 years, they have 3 children and 6 grandchildren with whom they have very close relationships.  She enjoys golfing, traveling and being with friends and family.  Previously she was a deacon in her church where she is currently a Stephen Minister. She is active in different professional organizations and networking groups and belongs to a committee of the Women in Business Organization in the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.

Patricia Cunningham