Specialties: Industrial, Office
Scope of Service Experience
Marcus N. Daniels is an Associate at NAI Michael where he began his commercial real estate career in 2015. He is an expert in providing tenant and landlord representation services to property owners, institutions and businesses for the acquisition and disposition of office, industrial, retail and speciality properties throughout the Washington Metropolitan & Mid Atlantic Region. As evident by his repeat client base, Marcus understands that every real estate transaction begins with the needs of each client as predetermined by specific corporate goals that are supported by the execution of a strategic real estate service plan. Representing over $30 million in transactions value, Marcus has an unfailing work ethic and a commitment to excellence in providing clients with confidence and clarity for every real estate decision.
Background & Experience
Prior to joining NAI Michael, Marcus was Founder and CEO of Maryland Community Development Corporation and Assistant Vice President of Community Development Banking at Harbor Bank of Maryland where he managed community development lending for the construction of charter schools, business facilities, community centers and healthcare facilities. Mr. Daniels started his career as a Chief of Staff in the Maryland General Assembly where he handled legislative matters including housing, community development and judiciary issues for a member of the House of Delegates. Mr. Daniels also served as an legislative fellow at the United States Department of the Treasury at the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund during the Obama Administration.
Mr. Daniels served on the Board of Directors of Laurel Regional Hospital, formerly of Dimensions Healthcare System and now the University of Maryland Medical System. Mr. Daniels also is a board member for the United Way of Prince George's County and the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington - Prince George’s County Region. Mr. Daniels graduated with his B.B.A in Finance from Morehouse College and was a Horace Rackham Fellow at the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy at the University of Michigan.