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MAB Aims to Cash Out on Fulton Market Parcels

Marc Bushala’s MAB Capital Management has hired the Chicago office of JLL to sell a pair of development sites along Morgan Street between Hubbard Street and Grand Avenue in the Fulton Market District, Crain’s Chicago Business reported.

MAB president A.G. Hollis didn’t provide an asking price for the vacant parcels at 450 and 464 N. Morgan St., which MAB ventures acquired in pieces between 2016 and 2019 for nearly $6.4 million. However, the sites, which total more than 26,000 square feet, could sell for nearly twice that amount based on the sums that investors have paid for other Fulton Market development sites.

MAB has already capitalized on investor appetite in post-COVID Fulton Market, selling a pair of properties at 400 and 401 N. Morgan St. for $32 million to New York-based Vista Property Group in March. The new listing is “a continuation of that strategy,” Hollis told Crain’s.


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