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David Cronheim Building

German-born Siegfried Cronheim came from humble beginnings, having experience as only a brewmaster and saloon owner. In 1897, he established Siegfried Cronheim Real Estate at the corner of Broad and Market Streets in downtown Newark, New Jersey. The fledgling real estate company committed itself to giving personalized service to each and every one of its clients, which became the foundation for its success. The modern day version of our firm has been molded and evolved starting with the hiring of Andrew Stewart back in 1994 who helped transform the firm into the powerhouse that it is today. Andrew along with principals David Turley and Dev Morris who came on board in 2001 and 1996 respectively have created a firm unlike any other by hiring and training high aptitude and high integrity people to think as a principal would.



Success in real estate depends on the ability to be at the forefront of change. Cronheim Mortgage recognizes that the future depends upon our capacity to forecast and adapt to change and capitalize on it by communicating market movements to our clients. Cronheim has proven experience in adjusting to fluid markets and advising our clients accordingly, a continuing process defined by constantly learning from our ever-changing market conditions and taking nothing for granted about the future. In this way, Cronheim and its clients will continue to build on our past years of success and create prosperity going forward. Most importantly, our success is a function of hiring, training and retaining the best and brightest in the industry.


While Cronheim maintains its place at the cutting edge of the real estate industry, we have also committed ourselves to being involved within the community at-large. Just as we strive to bring success to our clients, we strongly believe in giving back to the immediate and greater communities that we are a part of. Among the many non-profit organizations to which our team provides time and support are:

  • New Jersey All Stars Project

  • Metro Hope Covenant Church

  • Operation Exodus

  • Restore NYC

  • Alzheimer’s Disease Resource Center

  • March of Dimes

  • NAIOP NJ – Community Food Bank of New Jersey

  • Robin Hood Foundation

  • American Red Cross

  • Morris Habitat for Humanity

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