IllinoisCRE 29th Street Capital expands asset management team with hiring of Milos Kozomora January 30, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Milos Kozomora has joined 29th Street Capital (29SC) as the vice president of asset management. Kozomora, based in Chicago, will oversee the firm’s asset management efforts across its entire portfolio. “With a significant background in asset management and operations, Milos is a valuable addition to our team and will provide additional oversight on our multifamily and student housing assets,” said Robb Bollhoffer, managing principal of 29SC. Kozomora has more than 10 years of experience in multifamily real estate, with specific concentrations in development, asset management and brokerage. During his most recent position as senior analyst at Akara Partners, he worked on developing the firm’s active adult investment strategy, as well as the underwriting and capitalization efforts of several ground-up development deals. He was also responsible for building out and overseeing the firm’s asset management platform. Prior to joining Akara, Kozomora served as the president and managing broker of a full-service residential real estate brokerage firm in Chicago. “Technology in the real estate space has come a long way and I’m excited to work with the team to implement and leverage some of that technology to drive value across the portfolio,” Kozomora said. “The 29th Street team is so good at what they do, I am hoping that the implementation of these tools will help take us to the next level and allow the team to focus on what they do best: finding great deals and executing their respective strategies to continue to provide great returns for our investors.” Kozomora earned his MBA from Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management with a major in finance and a concentration in real estate. He has a BSBA from the University of Denver with a major in finance and minors in economics and accounting. Kozomora continues to hold a managing broker license in Illinois.