Multi-Family Brokerage Team Added to Boost Service Offerings
13 Oct, 2011, Chicago
Cushman & Wakefield of Illinois, Inc. (C&W) announces the addition of Multi-Family Brokerage Services to the expanding list of commercial real estate offerings provided by the firm's Chicago office. Bill Montana and Chris Sackley, with combined brokerage experience in the Chicago market of more than 30 years, have joined C&W to lead the new group.
"We are very excited to have Bill Montana and Chris Sackley joining us in Chicago," said Steve Weilbach, Senior Managing Director and U.S. Multi-Family Services Leader. "Their addition to C&W's multi-family platform gives us an immediate market presence with experienced practitioners."
Mr. Montana, a 21-year commercial real estate veteran, joins C&W as a Senior Director from NAI Hiffman, where he served as Senior Vice President. Mr. Montana specializes in multi-family investment sales and recapitalizations across the Midwest. During his career, Bill has sold more than 25,000 apartment units throughout the region. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Mr. Sackley joins C&W as a Director. He was previously a Managing Director with CBRE, where he worked with the Institutional Multi-Housing Group and was involved in numerous major multi-market portfolio disposition assignments. Mr. Sackley is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
"Our commitment to building the strongest possible presence in Chicago, while aligning our offerings with the comprehensive services provided by C&W globally, made adding multi-family services a top priority," said Shawn P. Mobley, Executive Vice President and Market Leader for C&W in Chicago. "We are fortunate to attract people of Bill and Chris' caliber to begin our Multi-Family Brokerage Services Group in Chicago."
Globally and throughout the U.S., C&W is a leader in Multi-Family Brokerage Services. In 2011, C&W multi-family professionals will complete more than 100 individual sales transactions in the U.S. with a total consideration in excess of $3 billion.