23 results for “Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate”
CRE N Illinois

NAIOP Chicago recognize three university students with scholarships

NAIOP Chicago has named three 2019-20 University Scholarship recipients. The three students from Michelle Manjarrez of DePaul University, Vincent Stoll of Marquette University and Marlon Taylor of Roosevelt University exemplify the commitment and innovation coming from the new generation of Chicago’s commercial real estate industry.

Multifamily N Illinois

CRE experts sound off on rent control in Illinois

| Matt Baker

For more than 20 years, a law on the books in Illinois has prevented any municipality from enacting rent control measures. But with the elections of J.B. Pritzker and Lori Lightfoot, as well as several self-professed socialist Chicago aldermen, the political will may be shifting toward this affordable housing tool.

CRE N Illinois

Waterton appoints CRE veteran to advisory board

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, has appointed Collete English Dixon to the Waterton Advisory Board. Made up of a group of three independent (non-Waterton) individuals and the two Waterton co-founders, David Schwartz and Peter Vilim, the board provides strategic counsel to Waterton’s leadership committee.

CRE N Illinois

Collete English Dixon appointed to the Waterton advisory board

Waterton, a Chicago-based real estate investor and operator, announced the appointment of Collete English Dixon to the the firm’s advisory board. Comprised of a group of three independent (non-Waterton) individuals and the two Waterton co-founders, David Schwartz and Peter Vilim, the board provides strategic counsel to Waterton’s leadership…

CRE N Illinois

Goldie Initiative raises $425,000 to advance women leaders in CRE

The Goldie Initiative reports record breaking success after raising $425,000 dollars for their annual Goldie Gala held on September 13, 2018. Over 600 industry professionals came together for the special night at Wintrust’s Grand Banking Hall to celebrate the first ever Goldie Initiative Shero Award. Sheli Rosenberg, former president and CE…

CRE N Illinois

Record-breaking 20 Goldie Scholars chosen for 2018-19 academic year

The Goldie Initiative, which is dedicated to redefining the commercial real estate industry by elevating and advancing the careers of women with high potential, recently announced scholarship winners for the upcoming school year. Since 2007, The Goldie Initiative has created a professional community of dozens of women with extraordinary aca…

Finance N Illinois

Associated Bank promotes Lisa Cunningham

Associated Bank announced the promotion of Lisa Cunningham to the role of senior regional manager for Commercial Real Estate’s regional offices. She oversees the regional teams that develop and manage real estate and banking relationships serving the needs of real estate developers, investors, owners and operators throughout the Indiana, Mi…

CRE N Illinois

CREW Chicago's 2018 Annual Industry Achievement Award Dinner

On February 22, over 280 CREW members and their guests, including senior real estate practitioners and business leaders, gathered at the Standard Club for CREW Chicago’s 7th annual presentation of the Industry Leadership Award to Collete English Dixon, executive director of the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate at Roosevelt University.

CRE N Illinois

The importance of being mentored: A conversation with Goldie Wolfe Miller

| Jason West

When she began her career more than 40 years ago, Goldie Wolfe Miller was one of few women working in commercial real estate in Chicago. Over the course of her career, she became the first female vice president of Arthur Rubloff & Company and later founded Goldie B. Wolfe & Company, which developed into the largest woman-owned commercial re…

Office N Illinois

SIOR's Chicago chapter awards five scholarships

| Staff Writer

The Chicago Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and the SIOR Foundation has awarded five scholarships for the academic year of 2015-2016 totaling $15,000. Each of the five students received a scholarship of $3,000.