Episode 29: Dean Marks, Esq. - Sterling Bay

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“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, including the Google headquarters and former Oprah Harpo Studios turned McDonalds. Then, the conversation turns to the massive project along Chicago’s North portion of the river—Lincoln Yards. Lincoln Yards is grand in both vision and scope, and projects to extend the 606 pedestrian thoroughfare, renovate the existing Metra train station at Clybourn, and create an enormous 70 acre mixed use commercial, residential, and transit focused community where people can live, work and play. This is the site of course where Sterling Bay is trying to lure the Amazon 2nd Headquarters, and building a stadium for sporting and live entertainment events. From there, Phil and Dean talk about the history of Sterling Bay, it’s growth, and it’s fun passion project called Victory Ranch.

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