Real estate people

Siegel joins Jones Lang LaSalle’s new Milwaukee area office
Less than three months after establishing a Milwaukee area office, Jones Lang LaSalle has added one of the region’s most prominent industrial real estate brokers. Roger Siegel has joined the firm to lead its new Milwaukee industrial group. He joins office brokers Dan Jessup and Michael Streit. Siegel has 33 years of industrial brokerage experience in the region. He worked for the Milwaukee office of CBRE and its predecessor company, The Polacheck Company, for 32 years. Most recently he worked with Milwaukee-based The Boerke Company. “The opportunity to join a firm like Jones Lang LaSalle and to partner with Dan and Michael was one that I simply couldn’t pass up,” Siegel said. “Their platform of services and culture of experience is simply second-to-none.” “With his breadth and depth of experience and client-first mentality, we could think of no better person than Roger Siegel to lead our new industrial group here in Milwaukee,” said Jessup. The Milwaukee Jones Lang LaSalle office is led by Jessup, formerly the president of Apex Commercial. The office opened in Apex’s former location as Apex, an affiliate of Grubb & Ellis, was dissolved.

Dickman Company names new partners
Dave Hazenfield, Brian Parrish and Anthony Huenerbein, all commercial real estate brokers for Milwaukee-based The Dickman Company Inc. have been named partners of the firm. Huenerbein was also promoted to vice president.

Other real estate people news…
Teresa Shemitis has been promoted to vice president of the property representation team for Mid-America Real Estate-Wisconsin. Shemitis has been with Mid-America Real Estate since 2004.

Adam Connor recently joined Marcus & Millichap in the firm’s Brookfield office. Connor will be focused exclusively on the acquisition and disposition of retail investment properties for the firm’s national retail group. Previously he was a vice president at Brookfield-based NAI MLG Commerical.

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