Lee & Associates promotes Boyle to principal

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    Tom Boyle

 
Updated 1/10/2020 2:22 PM

Lee & Associates of Illinois announced Tom Boyle, SIOR, has been promoted to principal.

Boyle joined the Rosemont-based agency in early 2018 and specializes in industrial real estate. He is a licensed broker in Illinois and Wisconsin, where he works primarily on projects that involve new construction and land development.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Since 1992, he has managed a variety of real estate projects, from development to tenant representation and leasing. He has completed transactions in all of Chicago's submarkets.

Boyle is active in a number of industry and non-industry associations including the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), where he currently serves on the board of directors as President of the Chicago chapter. He is also a member of the Association of Industrial Real Estate Brokers (AIRE) of which he was a past president.

Additionally, he has a long history of active participation in several fundraising and nonprofit activities. Tom began his career developing low income housing at a nonprofit, neighborhood development organization, Peoples Housing in Chicago. He is also a founding partner of the Chicago Community Loan Fund.

"Tom has been a great asset to our office. In the time he's been here, he has shown great dedication to our office, his clients and the industry. We are very glad to be able to promote him to Principal today," said Walter Murphy, managing principal.

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