Lee & Associates of Illinois promotes Michael O'Leary to executive vice president

Lee & Associates, one of the largest national commercial real estate providers in North America, announces Michael O'Leary has been promoted to executive vice president at Lee & Associates of Illinois, from senior vice president.

Michael has been a member of Lee & Associates Industrial Real Estate Division since 2019. He specializes in the leasing, acquisition and disposition of properties across a wide range of Chicago's industrial submarkets including I-80, I-294 and Northwest Indiana. Michael works alongside Principal Brian Vanosky and Vice President Dylan Maher.

"Michael has been an integral part of our industrial team," said Vanosky. "This noteworthy achievement underscores his exceptional commitment, expertise and valuable contributions to the company's continued growth."

Michael has been a licensed real estate broker since 2012. He graduated with a degree in business administration from Columbia College and resides in Libertyville.

About Lee & Associates

Lee & Associates offers an array of real estate services tailored to meet the needs of the company's clients, including commercial real estate brokerage, integrated services, and construction services. Established in 1979, Lee & Associates is now an international firm with offices throughout the United States and Canada. Our professionals regularly collaborate to make sure they are providing their clients with the most advanced, up-to-date market technology and information. For the latest news from Lee & Associates, visit or follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and Link, our company blog. For more Lee & Associates of Illinois happenings, connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

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