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TMG SVP Jane Robins Celebrates 20 Years in Industry 

Chicago-based advisory and brokerage firm TMG Real Estate Advisors is celebrating the milestone of veteran real estate advisor Jane Robins for her 20 years in the commercial real estate industry. As an SVP at TMG, Robins’ experience and reputation has broadened the depth and reach of the firm’s commercial real estate services. 

“Jane’s demonstrated ability to quickly seize on opportunities and execute for her clients has become a huge asset to TMG as we continue to strengthen our position in the marketplace,” said Dan Smolensky, SIOR, co-founder of TMG.   

Over the course of her career, Robins has completed build-to-suits, leases, purchase and renewals totaling nearly 100 million square feet in transactions across 20 US States, Canada, Mexico and the UK. She has managed global portfolios and completed individual transactions for clients including Castle Metals, Weber Stephen Products, SLS (Sears) Logistics, Assa Abloy and Omron Manufacturing of America. 


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