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Cushman & Wakefield Midwest Capital Markets Team


Cushman & Wakefield

Sales Total

$2.3 billion

Closed 32 transactions in 2021, totaling 98 million square feet

Handled the $169-million sale of Google building at 210 N. Carpenter

Brokered the $41.7-million 1100 West Fulton sale

During 2021, Cushman & Wakefield’s Midwest capital markets team, based out of the company’s Chicago office, closed on 32 transactions, totaling 9.8 million square feet and valued at $2.3 billion. In brokering deals for office and mixed-use properties, the team delivered price-per-square-foot records in Chicago, St. Louis and Columbus, OH. The team also set a new benchmark in Minneapolis for the lowest cap rate for an office investment sale.

Significant deals include representation of Sterling Bay in its sale of 210 N. Carpenter in Chicago’s Fulton Market; the building, which houses Google’s offices, sold for $169 million. The team also represented sellers Fulton Street Cos. And Huizenga Capital Management in their sale of the 45,380-square-foot 1100 West Fulton for $41.7 million.

The team includes the following:

  • Tom Sitz, Cody Hundertmark, Paul Lunstedt, Dan Deuter and Josh McGree
  • Mike Hanrahan, Gib Kerr, Jeffrey Bentz, Tom Powers, Jim O’Connell and Mike Sullivan
  • Tom O’Brien, Scott Pollock, Avery Ticer, Sam Maguire, Zane Fry, Rebecca Wells, Jeff Altenau and Zach Yarnoff


Inside The Story

Cushman & Wakefield's Paul LundstedtCushman & Wakefield's Tom SitzCushman & Wakefield's Cody HundertmarkCushman & Wakefield's Dan Deuter

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