The Chicago office of tenant brokerage Savills Studley has made its first leadership change since Bill Clinton was president.
Robert Sevim, 39, and Eric Feinberg, 41, have been promoted to co-heads of the 36-broker Chicago office, the firm said. The move comes about seven months after London-based Savills acquired New York-based tenant brokerage Studley.
It's the first switch in Chicago since 1996, when office leader Jacque Ducharme moved to larger roles with the firm in other cities. Ducharme, who briefly served as Studley's president, died in 2007.Savills Studley names new Chicago co-heads
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