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Dayton Street Hires Asset Manager for U.S. Portfolio

Dayton Street Partners, a Chicago-based industrial and logistics real estate investment firm, said Tuesday that Nathan Zwieg has joined the firm as asset manager. Zweig will be responsible for the management, operations and overall strategy for Dayton Street’s U.S. portfolio

“We are thrilled Nathan has joined our team,” said Dayton Street’s Michael Schack. 

Zweig joins Dayton Street from the State Teachers Retirement System of Ohio, where he was an analyst – Midwest region, handling the underwriting and investment memos for the acquisition and disposition of multifamily, industrial, retail and office properties. Prior to that, Zweig served as a senior associate at Heitman.


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