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Midwest Industrial Funds Expands Reach, Hires SVP to Lead Activity in Key Markets

Midwest Industrial Funds is expanding its platform from the Chicago area into strategic logistics markets across the United States. Matt Hubert, an industrial real estate veteran with more than 20 years of investment experience, has joined the team as SVP to lead development and investment activity outside of the Greater Chicago market. 

Prior to joining Midwest Industrial, Hubert spent eight years at a national development firm as SVP of Development where he and his team identified and closed more than $1 billion of speculative industrial and build-to-suit projects in10 different states.  

Prior to that role, Hubert oversaw leasing activity for a national industrial portfolio consisting of more than 20 million square feet of industrial assets in 35 different states. 


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