Inland Real Estate Acquisitions, Inc. has promoted Mark Cosenza and Matthew Tice to senior vice president, formerly both vice presidents. Since joining Inland, Cosenza and Tice have collectively purchased more than $9 billion in commercial real estate across the nation.
Cosenza joined Inland in 2006 as property manager and acquisitions negotiator. During his time with the company, he has personally handled the negotiations for more than 200 properties, totaling over $3 billion and approximately 21 million square feet. Prior to joining Inland, he was a market maker at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange.
Tice joined Inland in 2003 as vice president of property management and acquisitions negotiator. During his 13 years at Inland, he has been responsible for negotiating more than 240 acquisitions, totaling more than $6 billion and nearly 25 million square feet. Most notably, he facilitated a $520 million acquisition of 39 shopping centers from Newquest Properties, a $300 million acquisition of Southlake Town Square in Southlake, Texas, and a $359 million acquisition of the Collette Portfolio that included eight properties.