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Luxury Living, a residential brokerage serving Chicago's multifamily owners and developers, has marked its 15th anniversary with a rebranding

Luxury Living Resi Brokerage Marks 15th Anniversary with Rebranding

Luxury Living Chicago Realty marked its 15th anniversary with a rebranding. Going forward, the company, which offers residential leasing and sales, multifamily thought leadership, and apartment marketing for Class A Chicagoland apartments, will be known as Luxury Living. 

“Luxury Living has grown and evolved in so many ways since launching in 2007,” said Aaron Galvin, founder and CEO at Luxury Living. “With this evolution, it felt like time to refresh our branding to reflect the company we are today and where we are headed. In becoming a nationally recognized vertically integrated real estate company, we have removed the words Chicago and Realty from the name. Today and looking ahead, we are Luxury Living, with an emphasis on Living.” 

Since its inception in a River North apartment, the company has leased more than 20,000 apartments and sold 200 condominiums across 50 exclusive leasing and sales assignments. 

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