Big Ten Player Makes Big Ten Play
December 3, 2013

Robert Sevim

Studley executive managing director Robert Sevim, former Big Ten tennis player at Northwestern, just repped the storied conference in the sale of its Park Ridge HQ and move to a state-of-the-art build-to-suit in Rosemont, and he tells us it required an open mind and heavy collaboration among the conference's countless constituents (coaches, players, super fans in body paint, etc). The group "started with no predetermined solution in mind," he says, and considered expansion or redevelopment at their previous site or building out within a traditional office complex, eventually landing on a build-to-suit as the most viable way to meet their needs. And those needs continue to grow, as the conference adds Rutgers and the University of Maryland and sports like hockey and lacrosse.

Big Ten Player Makes Big Ten Play

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