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Golub Adds Office Leasing Veteran to Downtown Team

Golub & Company has added Erica Rogers  to the company’s downtown Chicago office leasing team as VP. A 27-year veteran of the Chicago commercial real estate industry, Rogers will play an integral role in the leasing of 300 South Wacker Dr., 111 W. Washington St.t, 444 N. Michigan Ave., 625 N. Michigan Ave. and 680 North Lake Shore Dr.. 
 
Most recently, Rogers spent four years as an agency leasing representative for JLL’s suburban and downtown office portfolio. Between 1997 and 2017, Rogers held similar roles with Avison Young and CBRE. 
 
“We are thrilled to welcome Erica to the Golub office leasing team,” said SVP Sandy Macaluso, who leads Golub’s commercial leasing practice. “She brings a depth of experience that will be critical as we begin to welcome tenants back into our downtown properties and seek to fill key vacancies.” 

Pictured: Erica Rogers.

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