Studley, Inc. is committed to the Midwest. It’s committed, too, to the industrial market. That’s why it’s little surprise that the real estate company is in the middle of boosting its industrial presence, starting from one of its key Midwest bases in Chicago.
Studley earlier this fall hired Michael Mangan as an associate director in its Chicago office. He is now working closely with Bruce McConnell, Studley’s senior managing director in Chicago, to build the company’s industrial presence in the Midwest.
Chicago will serve as the home base for this expansion. But McConnell said that Studley will boost its activity in industrial throughout the Midwest, not just in the city.
“We look at things differently at Studley,” said McConnell. “We add or expand our business according to what our customers are telling us. We don’t create lines of business to try to sell something to them. If there is a need or reason for it, we’ll add strength or depth in those services.”
The industrial market made sense for an expansion, McConnell said. That’s because this commercial sector is continuing a strong recovery. Industrial has long been a key sector in several Midwest makrkets.
And, McConnell says, this is a trend that doesn’t look to end any time soon.Studley boosts commitment to Midwest, industrial
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