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  • March 20th, 2017
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As Seen in ChicagoBusiness.com

 
Zurich North America’s new headquarters, and the LondonHouse Chicago hotel were among the winners in the 29th annual Chicago Commercial Real Estate Awards.

The awards dinner took place March 16 at the Hilton Chicago, with the event raising nearly $1.2 million for the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Corey McPherrin of WFLD-TV/Channel 32 (Fox Chicago) emceed the event.

James Kishel of Cushman & Wakefield was chair of the event, and Tony Smaniotto of Pepper Construction Company was vice chair.

 

Here are the winners:

Architect of the Year: Goettsch Partners

Build-to-Suit Project of the Year: Zurich North America Headquarters (Clayco, CRG Real Estate, JLL Build-to-Suit Practice Group)

Commercial Development of the Year: 150 North Riverside (Riverside Investment & Development)

Consulting Engineer of the Year: ESD – Environmental Systems Design.

Deal of the Year: McDonald’s headquarters (CBRE)

Developer of the Year: Riverside Investment & Development

Historic Redevelopment of the Year: LondonHouse Chicago (Oxford Capital Group)

Industrial Broker of the Year: Dan Leahy, Adam Roth (NAI Hiffman)

Interior Contractor of the Year: Executive Construction

Interior Design Firm of the Year: Nelson

Investment Broker of the Year: Jaime Fink, Jeffrey Bramson, Mark Katz, Patrick Shields, Bryan Rosenberg (HFF)

Office Broker of the Year: Matt Carolan, Jeff Liljeberg, Meredith O’Connor, Bill Rogers, Steve Steinmeyer (JLL)

Office Property Representative of the Year: Drew Nieman, Christy Domin (CBRE)

Project Manager of the Year: JLL Project & Development Services

Property Management Company of the Year: JLL Property Management

Redevelopment of the Year: 200 West Jackson (JLL, Wright Heerema Architects, Morgan/Harbour Construction)

Residential Development of the Year: Marquee at Block 37 (CIM Group)

Retail Broker of the Year: Todd Siegel (CBRE)

Special Achievement of the Year: mHub (JLL, Partners by Design, J.C. Anderson, Environmental Systems Design, city of Chicago

 

With donations of $40,312, Cushman & Wakefield won the Brown Bag Challenge, a competition for individual donations. The challenge does not include table sales or sponsorships.

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