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Micah Larmie



Provides oversight and support for 40 million square feet of assets

Serves on BOMA Chicago's board

Micah Larmie serves as Managing Executive Vice President in Transwestern’s Asset Services. In this role, she provides seamless oversight and client support for over 40 million square feet of Transwestern’s managed portfolio of office, industrial, retail, and mixed-use assets in the metropolitan areas of Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis, Des Moines and Carolinas.

Larmie also oversees all physical operations, lease administration, long-range planning, financial reporting, and contract management. Over the past year, she led the transition of 10 million square feet and 160 employees resulting from Transwestern’s recent acquisition of MB Real Estate. This acquisition doubled Transwestern’s Chicago portfolio footprint.

During her 20 years of commercial real estate activity, Larmie held many roles. She has extensive experience operating all classes of office buildings, industrial and mixed-use properties, acquisitions and dispositions of assets, and developing and redeveloping assets. Her background also includes internal audit experience in the commercial real estate industry.

Larmie serves on the board of directors for BOMA Chicago. Her management of KBS’s 500 West Madison in Chicago netted her an International TOBY award.

These are just a few reasons we chose Micah Larmie as one of the Chicago-Midwest Connect CRE’s 2023 Women in Real Estate Award winners. Connect CRE’s Women in Real Estate Awards honor the achievements and inspirational stories of women who have reached respected leadership positions and play key mentorship roles for others.


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Transwestern's Micah Larmie

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