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Luxury Living Chiago Realty has added 25 team members since January 2022

Luxury Living Chicago Adds 25 Team Members 

Following exponential apartment demand and growth, Luxury Living Chicago Realty (LLCR), a real estate brokerage and multifamily marketing, leasing, and development firm, announces recent promotions and the addition of 25 new team members since January 2022.  

The new team members include a mix of operations, accounting, and leasing professionals supporting the firm’s exclusive marketing and leasing assignments, including One Oak Brook Commons, Highpoint at 8000 North, Cadence, Wolf Point East, Wolf Point West and River City.  

In addition to new team members joining the company, there have been a number of notable leadership team promotions within LLCR. They include the following: 

  • Co-founder Amy Galvin has transitioned from managing partner to chief culture officer. 
  • Chris Faye has been promoted from director of operations to managing director.   
  • Tamara Hirsch has been promoted from senior portfolio leasing manager to director of portfolio leasing. 

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