Chicago-based Golub & Company, an international real estate investment and development firm, continues its expansion. Stephen Sise has been named Senior Vice President of Portfolio Management, and Collin McKenna has been named Vice President of Acquisitions.
Sise oversees the asset management of Golub’s portfolio of residential and office properties, reporting to principal Paula Harris. He started with the firm as an asset manager in 2008; previously, he served in investment and financial roles at Colliers Bennett & Kahnweiler, Duke Realty Corporation and Grubb & Ellis. He earned a BA degree from John Carroll University, serves as a Board Member with the Chicagoland Apartment Association, is a member of the Urban Land Institute and participates in the Appraisal Institute and BOMA.
“Steve has a singular ability to consistently increase real estate asset values in all market cycles,” observed Harris. “His ability to identify opportunities to add value where others may not see potential has made him an essential part of our Golub & Company leadership team.”
McKenna’s new position recognizes the key role he plays on Golub’s multifamily and commercial acquisitions team, reporting to head of acquisitions and financing Michael Goldman. Prior to joining Golub in 2012, McKenna served as acquisition specialist at Related Midwest and as an underwriter for Prudential Mortgage Capital Company. McKenna earned a BBA with Distinction in Finance, Investment and Banking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute, Real Estate Investment Association, National Association of Office and Industrial Properties, and Young Real Estate Professionals. He also serves as a Professional Board Member for Imerman Angels One-on-One Cancer Support.
“Collin has demonstrated creativity, enterpreneurial spirit and the ability to identify buildings that uniquely suit our Golub & Company value proposition,” Goldman said. “He’s played a key role in several recent acquisitions, and we’re happy to recognize his accomplishments.”