Tim Hart (33), a tenant advisor who spent nine years with The Staubach Company and then Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL), after the firm’s buyout of Staubach, has left his firm for Studley’s Chicago office.
A rising star who was awarded Staubach’s Top Achiever award five times and was a JLL Top Producer in 2009, Mr. Hart, a corporate managing director for Studley, returns to the tenant-representative business platform he enjoyed at Staubach.
Mr. Hart joins one of Chicago’s most prolific tenant-representation teams including Executive Vice Presidents Richard Schuham and John Goodman, as well as Eric Feinberg, Kevin McLennan and Jonathan Metzl.
Over his 11-year career in commercial real estate, Mr. Hart has represented clients from a cross section of industries and has been involved in more than 150 transactions totaling more than 3 million square feet.
“Tim is a perfect fit for our firm. He has had great success, and we are excited to add him to our growing group of young exceptional professionals that can lead our firm into the future,” said Mr. Schuham. “He brings an intensity and focus that will ensure his continued rise in the industry.”
“I am excited to get back to a focused tenant-representation approach to serving my clients and to truly advocating on their behalf. The opportunity to work within the Studley platform on such a respected team will only enhance my ability to achieve my clients’ goals,” said Mr. Hart.
Mr. Hart specializes in the North Suburban and O’Hare Chicago submarkets, providing his clients with real estate services such as strategic planning, site selection, space acquisitions and dispositions, financial analysis, and lease or contract negotiations. Some of his most notable transactions include projects for Central States Pension Fund, Baxter Healthcare, Walgreens, Morgan Stanley, and PharMEDium Healthcare.
Mr. Hart earned a bachelor's degree in communications from The University of Missouri. He, along with his wife, supports the Lake County Haven, an organization that empowers homeless women and their children to achieve permanent, independent living.