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Transwestern Adds Capital Markets VP in Chicago 

Transwestern Real Estate Services has added JC Griffin as VP in the firm’s capital markets group. Based in Chicago, Griffin will focus on deal sourcing and execution in urban core and opportunistic markets, collaborating with Transwestern’s local leaders and capital markets experts to deliver comprehensive investor strategies.  

Griffin joins Transwestern from Avison Young’s Development Services and U.S. Capital Markets Group, where he led investment sales transactions and the procurement of urban-centric development and project management assignments. Previously, he focused on tenant representation and retail investment sales. Earlier in his career, Griffin managed personnel, facilities and communications in the public sector, and served as a liaison to the White House Opportunity & Revitalization Council. 

“JC’s broad industry experience and strong relationships across both the public and private sector give him unique insights that will be valuable to our team and our clients,” said executive managing director Greg Munson. 


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