CBRE announced that Matt Mulvihill of CBRE’s advisory and transaction services has been promoted to vice chairman—the highest title ranking among producers at the firm.
Mulvihill has been at CBRE for ten years, specializing in serving industrial occupier clients across all transaction types, including dispositions, acquisitions, leases, build-to-suits, and investment sales. He has been a member of CBRE’s national industrial advisory council, a select national group of professionals gathering and evaluating business intelligence to develop comprehensive business strategies for CBRE, for seven years.
Mulvihill leads one of the most active Industrial teams in Chicago, which includes Kevin Segerson, Cal Payne, Philip DeBoer and Genna Nicketta. Since their formation, the group has completed over one thousand transactions totaling more than 50 million square feet and $2.5 billion in considerations.
“Matt has become a fixture at CBRE, reliably producing superior outcomes for key clients. The dedication he has shown to his clients and his business is world-class and I am proud to recognize him for this major milestone achievement,” said John A. Latessa Jr., president, Midwest division, CBRE.
A four-time top ten producer in Chicago, Mulvihill was also named the second-highest national industrial leasing producer at CBRE in 2020 and 2014, placing him in the prestigious Top 100 Colbert Coldwell Circle. In 2020 he was the second-highest industrial producer out of over 800 professionals in the America’s. His deals have received top honors including a Greater Chicago Food Depository Real Estate Industrial Transaction of the Year award and two NAIOP Awards for Excellence Industrial Transaction of the Year honors.
“Matt’s industry expertise and forward-thinking has been a tremendous asset to his clients and our office,” said Chris Zubel, senior managing director. “This title is the culmination of years of diligent work and I could not be happier to congratulate Matt on this distinction.”
When not working, Mulvihill enjoys spending his time with his wife Leslie and their three daughters. He is also a volunteer wresting coach at Immaculate Conception College Preparatory High School in Elmhurst.