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Lisa Krumwiede Joins ML Realty as Asset Management Lead

Lisa Krumwiede has joined ML Realty Partners as director of asset management.  Krumwiede will oversee portfolio operations and negotiate leases for Itasca, IL-based ML Realty.

“We are extremely happy to have Lisa join the ML Realty Partners team,” said COO Nancy Kozinski. “Her vast experience within the real estate industry, market knowledge and relationships make her a tremendous addition to our team and a big win for our firm.”

Krumwiede has held senior positions with Liberty Property Trust and CBRE. She was most recently with Prologis.

Pictured: Lisa Krumwiede.

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