Newmark Grubb Cressy & Everett is a full-service commercial real estate, auction, development and management company that has been serving northern Indiana and western Michigan for more than half a century.
Our team specializes in transaction services and general commercial real estate including sales, leasing, site selection and acquisition for office, industrial, medical, investment and retail properties. Today we represent millions of square feet and almost 2,000 acres of commercial real estate in Indiana and Michigan for our owners and investors. We also provide a full line of property and facility management services. Our current portfolio includes millions of square feet in office, retail, medical and industrial properties, as well as numerous maintenance service accounts for various real estate development associations.
Although Newmark Grubb Cressy & Everett is based locally, we operate globally. With access to vast technological resources, we can provide our clients with the most current and reliable data when going through the decision-making process. We can provide real estate markets at both the national and worldwide levels, which allows for economic development for the worldwide community
June 5, 1954 – February 1, 2015
Robert E. Dunbar Jr. passed away unexpectedly Sunday, February 1st, at his residence. Bob was an integral part of the Newmark Grubb Cressy & Everett team, serving as Chief Operating Officer, Management Services. His spirited, hands-on management style and planning expertise were instrumental in the company’s continued growth. Bob embraced all business challenges by leveraging both his management experience and the latest technology to deliver consistent superior results. Daily, Bob brought his passion of life and resolute work ethic to the office and was always eager to share his insightful ideas with his colleagues. He was also highly thoughtful, engaging and listened with a sincerity that only further endeared him to others.
Bob prioritized his time to invest in civic leadership, serve at Grace Church, and devote himself to his wife, children and friends. He lived generously, continually giving and serving others. Bob loved to be quietly outdoors, sitting in the sun, fly-fishing with his boys, or walking the beaches of Lake Michigan. He read widely and was skilled at intelligent, warm conversation. He loved a good story and had a joyful laugh and a ready sense of humor. He was most at ease in his wide circle of friends, with coffee-in-hand. To the very last beat of his heart he was joyfully serving others and he will be sorely missed.