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Matt McCune has joined 29th Street Capital as a vice president, based in Columbus, OH

Matt McCune Joins 29th Street Capital in Columbus 

Matt McCune has joined 29th Street Capital (29SC) as VP for the Ohio market region. He’s based in Columbus. 

Prior to joining 29SC, McCune held SVP roles within the region where he was responsible for the advisement and direction of acquisitions, dispositions, and recapitalization of his client’s multifamily assets. Additionally, McCune founded a privately owned multifamily investment brokerage where he arranged more than 25 transactions in a three-year period.  

“McCune has been in the real estate industry since 2006,” said 29SC managing principal Robert Bollhoffer. “He’s owned, built, managed, advised and directed. He’s exactly what 29th Street Capital needed to expand and continue to set new standards.


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