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The Real Estate for Breakfast podcast is a Chicago centric commercial real estate podcast which presents real estate professionals and attorneys to create thoughtful commentary on current real estate issues, explanations of sophisticated real estate problems, current developments, and entertaining discussion. This podcast is the mixture of the real estate business and law. The podcast hosts developers, property management professionals, brokers, attorneys, owners, investors, visionaries, ten ...
 
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On this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by CEO of Freedom Venture Investments, Dave Seymour. On this extremely entertaining episode, Phil and Dave discuss private equity real estate investing in the lower-middle market in Florida and challenges and opportunities in the current climate. In addition, Dave explains his…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by two guests from Cotter Consulting, Founder and President Anne Cotter and Group Manager Deeta Bernstein, to talk sustainability, which is an important and growing characteristic of real estate development. Phil and Anne first discuss Cotter’s role as an owner’s rep project a…
 
Today on Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover and his co-host Jay Augustyn are joined by Joe Moriarty of Dayton Street Partners LLC (Dayton Street), a commercial real estate investment and development firm focused on the acquisition and development of high barrier to entry infill industrial and logistics properties. On the podcast, Joe share…
 
In this episode of the Real Estate for Breakfast podcast, host Phil Coover and co-host Jay Augustyn are joined by another dynamic duo, Patrick Russo and Brian Duffy of Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a full-service real estate platform representing clients in connection with the investment, acquisition, development and management of real estate ac…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover, joined by co-host Jay Augustyn, chats with Todd Roffman and Jordan Scheiman of Highline Hospitality Partners (HHP), a family office platform focusing on investments in hospitality assets throughout the United States. On the podcast, Todd and Jordan discuss their backgrounds in hospital…
 
On this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover and his co-host Jay Augustyn chat with Brett Holmes and Andrew Dealy, co-founders and managing partners of Steel City Management (SCM), a Chicago-based boutique investment company that develops and manages real estate projects for high net worth individuals and institutional investors. …
 
On this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by Noah Birk and Aaron Sklar, partners with the Kiser Group and two of the highest-grossing brokers of multifamily housing in Chicago. Phil, Noah and Aaron discuss the state of the multi-family market in 2021, as well as how COVID-19 and other events in 2020 impacted the marke…
 
On this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by President of James McHugh Construction Company Michael Meagher. Many of the buildings that make up the Chicago skyline were constructed by McHugh, including the Vista Tower, which is now the third tallest building in Chicago. Phil and Mike discuss what it was like to build …
 
On this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover chats with Mark Wight, Chairman and CEO of Wight & Company, about the intricacies and challenges of architectural design and construction and the efficiencies to the client of a vertically integrated design-led firm that handles design to delivery all in one shop. They discuss some curr…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover discusses diversity and inclusion with colleague and Ice Miller Practice Group Director LaTonya Ellis and Walker & Dunlop Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Jason Golub. The guests discuss the topics of diversity and inclusion—how those concepts are similar and how they are…
 
In this episode, host Phil Coover welcomes Marcus & Millichap Regional Manager David Bradley to discuss commercial real estate investment brokerage and financing services in the Chicago market. Phil and David specifically discuss the mechanics of sale-leaseback transactions and how these transactions can be structured to unlock value and benefit th…
 
In this episode, host Phil Coover and Jay Augustyn of Ice Miller LLP are joined by Zio Pekovic and Rob Sadoff of Scarlett Hotel Group, a hotel owner and operator based in Chicago, to discuss the hospitality industry and its challenges in the face of COVID-19. Despite these challenges, Scarlett Hotel Group maintains a growth mindset, exploring distr…
 
In the latest episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by living Chicago real estate legend Bob Wislow. Phil and Bob discuss the properties managed and developed by Parkside Realty throughout Chicago, including the ground-up development of Fulton East – a 12 story commercial building including 5,000 square feet of retail, 3 …
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover is joined by Senior Vice President of the Habitat Affordable Group, Charlton Hamer. Phil and Charlton discuss the affordable housing sector of the commercial real estate market, including development, funding and property management and operations. They discuss some interesting projects…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, Willy Walker, chairman and chief executive officer of publicly traded Walker & Dunlop, joins host Phil Coover to discuss the capital markets and the impact of the Great Recession and COVID-19 on that industry, as well as Walker and Dunlop’s explosive growth over the past 12 years. While discussing the e…
 
In this episode, host Phil Coover is joined by Jay Soave and Matthew Burskey of Cadence Capital Partners LLC and Jay Augustyn of Ice Miller LLP. The Cadence team shares its approach to raising equity and placing debt for sponsors and developers to facilitate their real estate projects. Cadence employs a proprietary data-driven scoring system that e…
 
In this episode, host Phil Coover is joined by JLL Managing Director of Research and Strategy Christian Beaudoin and Ice Miller partner Jay Augustyn. As we all know, COVID-19 has caused an abrupt shift in workplace operations, many of which may have a lasting impact on how we work. For example, as we return to the office, we can expect a hyper-focu…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, Antonia Cardone, Americas Lead of Total Workplace for Cushman & Wakefield, joins Phil to discuss the return to work following the COVID-19 pandemic and stay-at-home restrictions. Cushman & Wakefield has helped numerous businesses return to work in China and across Asia, and Antonia brings that experienc…
 
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, Phil is joined by two of his Ice Miller colleagues: partner Brian Crist and partner Josh Christie. Phil, Brian and Josh discuss the ongoing economic impact of COVID-19 across a variety of sectors and the hot topics surrounding stimulus and relief packages. They also discuss legislation and federal stimu…
 
In this emergency episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, Phil has Spencer Levy, Chairman of Americas Research and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE, to discuss the imminent recession and COVID-19’s impact on the commercial real estate markets. In the past week, entire cities (San Francisco), bars and restaurants have been shut down across the country…
 
On this episode, Alpha Capital CRE Managing Director Trisha Connolly joins Phil to discuss building the capital stacks, money, and the various types of financing and equity investments available. Alpha Capital CRE started in 2008 as a hedge fund placement agent firm raising institutional capital for fund to funds. In 2010, Alpha Capital transitione…
 
In this episode, Phil is joined by Camille Renshaw, CEO and Co-Founder of B+E Net Lease Brokerage. B+E helps to trade single tenant triple net leased properties with confidence by implementing technology and bringing the real property and tenant financials to one place. B+E investors are able to make those important connections to properties across…
 
Phil is joined in this episode by Dee Brown, CEO of The P3 Group, Inc., a commercial real estate, boutique development and consulting firm that specializes in business and community development through the creation of P3's: public private partnerships. Dee explains that The P3 Group’s projects are atypical, meaning that they generally take on modes…
 
On today’s episode, Phil is joined by Matthew (Matt) Mason, a Managing Director at Conway MacKenzie, to talk store closures in 2019, challenges in retail real estate, and receiverships. Matt leads the Conway MacKenzie real estate vertical, has been a Court Appointed Receiver for over 200 properties, managed over 31.5 million square feet, and over $…
 
Joining Phil on this episode is Susan Tjarksen, Managing Director at Cushman and Wakefield. Susan has over 30 years of experience in real estate, in both the public and private sectors. She is a leading expert on co-living and joins us to discuss how buildings are being developed and adapted for the Co-living model to generate more income per squar…
 
In this episode, Phil is joined by Jon Milonas, a Senior Vice President in CBRE’s Tenant Representation Group, the largest commercial real estate firm in the world. Jon’s Chicago team focuses on helping occupiers of real estate to align their business strategies with their real estate, by identifying the needs and challenges of an organization and …
 
Joining Phil Coover on this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast is Matt Katsaros, SVP – Acquisitions of CA Ventures’ subsidiary—CA Residential. CA Ventures is one of the fastest growing real estate companies in the Midwest, and does about $1.5 Billion in real estate development every year. Matt and Phil discuss the history of CA Ventures from its …
 
Visit the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate website here. In this episode, Phil is joined by Collete English Dixon, Executive Director of the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate and Operational Chair of Real Estate in the Heller College of Business, at Roosevelt University, Chicago, IL. The dynamic Marshall Bennett Institute of Real E…
 
On this episode, Phil Coover is joined by Kevin Bupp, CEO of Sunrise Capital Investors and host of the popular podcast “Real Estate Investing for Cash Flow”, on which Phil was a guest in November. Florida-based with a national presence, Sunrise Capital has developed an investment niche in mobile home parks. Kevin and Phil discuss what makes this as…
 
Joining Phil this episode are Marget Graham and Jaime Bertsche of Mid-America Real Estate Group, the leading full-service retail real estate organization in the Midwest. During this holiday time, we always think of retail. Over the last few years, retail real estate has been beaten down in the markets and in the press, as it went through a tumultuo…
 
Phil welcomes Kiser Group founder, principal and managing broker Lee Kiser to the podcast. The multi-family market has been one of the most sought after asset classes for investment over the past few years as the retail market has struggled. Kiser Group, Chicago’s leading mid-market multifamily brokerage firm, has a reputation for innovative servic…
 
In this episode, Phil sits down with Todd Stofflet, Managing Partner of real estate investment brokerage firm KIG CRE. Investing in big data and using that data to drive better investments, KIG is using predictive analytics in new ways. Todd Stofflet, Managing Partner, KIG CRE Chicago-based and Mid-West focused, KIG CRE represents some of the most …
 
In this episode, Phil sits down with Bob Waun and Loren Guzik, two of the principals of Pike Street Properties, LLC, to discuss the new tax advantaged vehicle that everyone is talking about: Opportunity Zones. Pike Street is currently embarking on an endeavor to create and raise capital through the use of Opportunity Zone Funds, which was created b…
 
“Bring us your Biggest Idea” is the mantra of Sterling Bay. Phil sits down with long time Sterling Bay General Counsel and Principal, Dean Marks, to discuss Sterling Bay’s history of big ideas, notable developments, and future massive projects. Starting with a review of the major redevelopments of buildings in the West Loop and Fulton Market areas,…
 
During the busiest day of the RECon convention in Las Vegas, Phil sits down with the President and CEO of ICSC, Tom McGee, for a cup of coffee. The RECon convention was a bustling, energetic, invigorating convention, and Tom McGee was proud to be an integral part of it. Tom’s discussion focuses on the demographics of retail, the growing top line re…
 
In this day and age of security breaches and active shooters, Phil brings on G. Michael Verden, the CEO of the Lake Forest Group, a private security consulting firm, to discuss crafting a security plan for your company. With an extensive career as a police officer, 21 years as a Secret Service agent guarding the First Lady and President, Director o…
 
Joining Phil on this episode is Mike Piper, the CEO of ICS Tax, LLC, to explain P3s, or Public-Private Partnerships, and tax strategies such as cost segregation. Mike brings a wealth of expertise to provide beneficial tax strategies to both public and private entities that have made investment in student housing facilities beneficial. By using the …
 
He’s back! Bob Cavoto joins the podcast again to talk to Phil about successful interviewing and making an effective sales pitch, taking your career to the next level, and the state of the real estate jobs market. With over 20 years of experience matching executives with careers as CEO of 20/20 Foresight Executive Search, Bob is able to give unique …
 
Bill Barry (a/k/a “BB”) is a Senior Vice President and the current head of the Commercial Finance Group at Draper and Kramer. A 30 year finance veteran, BB has closed $25 billion in real estate during his storied career, and believes deals are like snowflakes—no two deals are the same. Bill sits down with Phillip to explain how commercial lending w…
 
David Moore, as Senior Vice President and Portfolio Director of Equity Office’s Chicago portfolio, comes on the podcast to discuss the company’s $500 million investment/redevelopment of famed The Willis Tower. As the second tallest building in the country, The Willis Tower is most recognizable building in Chicago and one of the most recognizable in…
 
Doug Childers (HFF) on housing tax credits. What happens when the government utilizes market forces to reinvigorate its public housing programs? For decades, publicly subsidized affordable housing was an underutilized aspect of commercial real estate. This all changed in 1986 with the introduction of the Section 42 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LI…
 
Happy Thanksgiving! Phil is out this week to spend time with family, so we are re-broadcasting one of our most popular interviews: A sit down with Bob Cavoto, the founder of 20/20 Foresight Executive Search. Bob comes on to answer all those questions you always wanted to ask an executive recruiter. Bob shoots it straight. Bob explains executive mar…
 
Data analytics are everywhere. The commercial real estate industry is ultra-competitive and companies are looking for any sort of edge. Phil sits down with Donna Salvatore, the CEA and founder of Megalytics, a Chicago based tech company providing data analytic services to the commercial real estate industry. Phil and Donna discuss the value of util…
 
Phil sits down with our first architect on the podcast, Andy Koglin—the President of OKW Architects. Andy tells Phil about current trends in real estate, including redeveloping and adapting bricks and mortar for different uses by creating value and density, and seeing an increase in urban infill properties. Examples of these projects are the new Am…
 
The University Club of Chicago is a private city club residing in a gorgeous 13 floor gothic skyscraper located at the corner of Monroe and Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago. Phil recorded this episode onsite with its general manager, John Spidalette, head chef and restaurant manager, Mark Baker, and chief engineer, Marty Keane, to discuss the op…
 
The Back to School Special. Phil sits down with Liz Holland, the CEO of Abbell Credit Corporation and Abbell Associates. Liz takes us to school on current retail real estate trends, what Amazon is going to do to compete in the grocery store market. She also discusses the under-utilization of the female workforce causing a limited economic growth en…
 
Marketing! We all know that we should be doing a better job marketing ourselves and our companies online. But it is hard to know how to market oneself. We had Linda Day Harrison, founder and CEO of theBrokerList, come on the podcast to describe simple tips and strategies to market yourself online. Marketing is simply educating the public about who …
 
Phil’s friend Colin Laitner (Deeter Investments / Metis Capital) comes back on the podcast as a follow up to Episode 4 to let us all know the resolution of his company’s real estate lawsuit between the Nook and the Westin regarding the Westin’s claim that the Nook’s awesome sound was infringing on its use and enjoyment of its property. It is an int…
 
Phil sits down for a cup of coffee with Dan McCaffery of McCaffery Interests. Dan explains how he went from a college student in Canada to running a hugely successful real estate development and full service real estate firm in Chicago, Illinois, that has successfully completed over $2 Billion of commercial real estate developments. Dan is a big pi…
 
Distressed Debt. Debt buying is a multi-billion dollar industry that operates largely under the radar. Phil has Jon Winick of Clark Street Capital come on to discuss the business side of debt purchases and sales, the industry, and how it all works. As it turns out, all banks sell loans. There are professional loan buying companies, private equity g…
 
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