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Lee Illinois Promotes Seven Chicagoland Brokers

Lee & Associates has made several Chicago-area broker promotions. They imclude the following: 

  • Ryan Earley has been promoted to principal. He concentrates in the I-55 ,I-80 and transportation markets of Chicagoland. 
  • Jay Farnam has been promoted to principal. He focuses on advising mid-to-large size companies on their real estate needs with emphasis on Metro Chicago. 
  • Andrew Blockhas been promoted to SVP, focusing on Chicago’s west suburban marketplace, specifically I-88 and Fox Valley. 
  • Calvin Gunn has been promoted to SVP and focuses on the O’Hare Industrial market and the western suburbs. 
  • Michael O’Leary has been promoted to SVP. He concentrates on the I-80 and I-294 markets of Chicagoland.  
  • Caroline Dell has been promoted to VP and focuses mainly on the industrial market in the I-55 Corridor.  
  • Dylan Maher has been promoted to VP, focusing on the South Chicago and South Cook industrial markets. 
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