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Savills Adds Brian Czarnecki to Industrial Team

Savills Adds Brian Czarnecki to Industrial Team

Brian Czarnecki has joined Savills’ Chicago office as Managing Director. Czarnecki brings over a decade of industry experience to the firm and will specialize in tenant advisory services for the industrial sector.

“Brian is a welcome addition to the Savills team and is a highly regarded real estate advisor,” said George Kohl, executive vice president of operations for Savills Central region. “In the most recent phase of his career, he has gained a comprehensive perspective on Chicago’s expansive industrial market, and we are looking forward to tapping into his expertise to expand our tenant representation reach for industrial users throughout the Midwest.”

Czarnecki joins the firm from Prologis, where he was leasing manager and oversaw the real estate strategy and underwriting for a portfolio of industrial properties totaling over six million square feet. Previously, he was vice president at JLL and tenant representative at Howard Ecker + Co.


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