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Chris Mergenthaler has been promoted to vice president at Darwin Realty/CORFAC International

Darwin Realty/CORFAC Promotes Mergenthaler to VP 

Darwin Realty/CORFAC International has promoted Chris Mergenthaler to VP. Mergenthaler joined the team as an associate in 2017.  

For the past five years, Mergenthaler has worked closely with Darwin president Rick Daly in the West Cook and O’Hare industrial submarkets offering a range of services including tenant representation, owner representation, build-to-suit project, site acquisitions and investment acquisitions and dispositions. 

“Chris has been involved in many significant transactions at Darwin and has made a great impact on our West Cook and O’Hare industrial team,” says Rick Daly. “We’re looking forward to seeing how he does in a more leadership-oriented role as he moves forward in his career.” 

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