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33 Realty Tapped for Leasing, Management at Luxury Rentals

BlitzLake Partners has tapped 33 Realty to lease and manage Duet, a 31-unit luxury rental apartment complex in Lincoln Park. The new build at 2448-2462 N. Lincoln Ave. is set for delivery in late summer.

“We chose 33 for their experience in both leasing and property management,” said BlitzLake co-founder David Blitz. “They possess sophistication and experience to efficiently operate luxury developments of this size.”

At 33, principal Drew Millard said the Duet assignment represented “a perfect fit for our growing portfolio,” given the firm’s “expertise in this particular segment of the market.” Within the past 12 months, 33 has picked up leasing and management assignments for the 92-unit 1743 N. Leavitt St. in Bucktown, and 1590 Elmwood Ave. in suburban Evanston, IL, which has 102 units.

33’s brokerage division, which operates as a separate company from its management arm, will launch pre-leasing for Duet next month.

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