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Jack Collins has joined Northmarq’s Chicago office, where he specializes in single-tenant retail sales

Northmarq’s Chicago Office Adds Senior Associate

Northmarq’s Chicago office has added Jack Collins as senior associate – commercial investment sales. Collins specializes in the disposition and acquisition of single-tenant retail properties, expanding Northmarq’s new commercial investment sales team. 

Prior to Northmarq, Collins served as an associate at Matthews Real Estate Investment Services, Inc. in Austin and Chicago where he was one of the office’s first agents and helped expand its retail presence in the Chicago area. Collins began his career in the sale of auto parts stores across the nation, and then expanded into all retail sectors with a focus on the Midwest with his move back. 

In his new role, Collins joins the commercial investment sales team led by BJ Feller, SVPand managing director of Northmarq’s Chicago office. Collins brings his expertise to support a wide range of real estate institutions, developers, private equity groups, private investors and operators with their retail investment needs. 


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