NKF’S NET LEASE CAPITAL MARKETS TEAM
Executive Managing Director
Jamie Wolfe joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2018 as an executive managing director in the Boston office, where he helps to lead the firm’s National Corporate Capital Markets Practice Group (CCM) along with his partners Mike Doyle and David Cederlund. Mr. Wolfe and his team specialize in single-tenant corporate real estate financing transactions involving the full spectrum of corporate real estate assets, including corporate headquarters, research and development facilities, distribution centers, stand-alone retail sites, data centers, power facilities, manufacturing facilities and related equipment, and FF&E. The team provides corporate credit-based financing solutions and capital markets execution for both corporate occupiers and owners of large single-tenant properties and portfolios.
Prior to joining Newmark Knight Frank, Mr. Wolfe and his partners formed Lighthouse Asset Finance, LLC after working together for more than 25 years in leasing and asset finance with Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) and its predecessor companies. They developed the platform into a market-leading bank-owned leasing and asset-based financing group.
With over 25 years of leasing and investment banking experience, Mr. Wolfe was a top producer responsible for originating and executing leasing and structured financing solutions for a wide variety of corporate clients in the U.S., Europe and Canada. He has experience working with a wide range of industries that includes oil and gas, general industrial, power and utilities and commodities/agriculture. Project types have included build-to-suits, corporate headquarters, manufacturing facilities, co-generation projects and distribution centers.
Mr. Wolfe is a FINRA-registered representative (Series 63 and 79). He earned a Master of Business Administration degree in finance and corporate accounting from the University of Rochester’s William E. Simon Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics and business from the University of Pittsburgh.