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Podolsky|Circle CORFAC International Principal Corey Chase Completes Multiple Lease Transactions for Long-Time Clients


Corey B. Chase, Principal at Podolsky|Circle CORFAC International, has announced the completion of two recent transactions for separate long-time clients.  Kyle A. McKechnie, an Associate in Podolsky|Circle’s brokerage division, assisted Chase in the transactions.

MV Transportation, the largest private provider of paratransit services and the largest privately-owned passenger transportation contracting firm based in the United States,recently completed a lease transaction for the single tenant 13,130 sq. ft. building at 720 Parkwood Avenue in Romeoville, IL.  The company will use the building for indoor vehicle parking and minor vehicle maintenance.  This is the sixth deal Chase has completed for MV Transportation this year.  Landlord representation was provided by Jerry Sullivan of Paine/Wetzel.

Chase also completed a lease transaction for another long-time client, The Popcorn Factory, a part of the 1-800-Flowers Family of Brands.  Chase has represented 1-800-Flowers in multiple Chicago area transactions over several years.  The Popcorn Factorysigned a lease for 36,000 sq. ft. in a renovated multi-tenant manufacturing building at 3601 Skokie Highway in North Chicago, IL.  The company will use the space to house and distribute popcorn tins.  The Landlord in this transaction had no broker representation.

Stated Chase about the deals, “Recognizing the unique needs of each of my clients and building and maintaining those relationships is the most rewarding part of my job.  Securing the best deal possible for clients while ensuring the deal is also fair and equitable to the owner or landlord allows me to maintain my reputation and presence within the market in order to best serve my clients’ future needs.”


11/14/2014 - 17:32


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