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Dayton Street Partners has hired Adam Seyfarth as director of asset management, based in Chicago

Dayton Street Hires Director of Asset Management 

Adam Seyfarth has joined Dayton Street Partners (DSP) as its director of asset management, based in Chicago.  He will be responsible for the day-to-day oversight of the firm’s existing portfolio and dispositions. 

Prior to joining DSP, Seyfarth worked as an asset manager and acquisitions associate for Equus Capital Partners.  There, he managed more than two million square feet of office properties and was involved in more than $400 million of sale/acquisition transactions while there.  

“Adam is a strong addition to the DSP team,” said Michael Schack, a principal with DSP.  “His expertise is invaluable as we continue to expand our portfolio of industrial and logistics properties.” 

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