NAI Hiffman expands management portfolio with 9 buildings

  • 500 Bond St. in Lincolnshire is among nine properties that will be managed by Oakbrook Terrace-based NAI Hiffman.

    500 Bond St. in Lincolnshire is among nine properties that will be managed by Oakbrook Terrace-based NAI Hiffman.

 
Updated 8/11/2016 10:37 AM

OAKBROOK TERRACE -- NAI Hiffman has been awarded management of a portfolio of 8 industrial buildings and 1 office totaling 2.8 million square feet by the real estate business of UBS Asset Management.

The assignment represents another major portfolio assignment for NAI Hiffman and solidifies the firm's position as the largest property management company in Chicago.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The new assignments include 9200 and 9500-9550 W. 55th St. in McCook; 558-618 Lamont Road in Elmhurst; 1350 Shore Road in Naperville; 7220-7435 Santa Fe Drive in Hodgkins; 1135 Arbor Drive in Romeoville; 500 Bond St. in Lincolnshire; 101 Centerpoint Drive in Rochelle; 26525 North Riverwoods in Mettawa; and a 2.5-acre land site along Busch Parkway in Buffalo Grove.

"We have had the privilege of working with UBS for many years and this new portfolio assignment is proof of the consistency of our services and the strength of our client relationships," said Bob Assoian, managing director with NAI Hiffman's Management Services team. "We are thrilled to grow our relationship with UBS and look forward to continue working closely with them for many years to come."

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