MB Real Estate adds three new associates; Promotes David Kimball to Assistant Vice President


MB Real Estate has added three associates to its Corporate Services & Tenant Advisory group. Dave Fortosis, Jordan Mellovitz and Doug Noble will focus on new business development, as well as financial analysis and market research.

“These young and energetic professionals truly complement the level of service that MB Real Estate provides all its clients,” said Andrew Davidson, Executive Vice President and Managing Director of MB Real Estate’s Corporate Services & Tenant Advisory group.

Fortosis (25), a graduate of Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., came from Kimberly-Clark where he was a financial analyst. Mellovitz (22), a graduate of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, was a commercial real estate banking analyst for JP Morgan Chase prior to joining MB Real Estate. Noble (26), a graduate of University of Michigan-Dearborn, most recently helped lead new business development efforts for Mid-West Manufacturing Companies.

The group also promoted David Kimball from Associate to Assistant Vice President. Kimball, who joined MB Real Estate in 2005, has recently represented such notable clients as HDI-Gerling America, University of Chicago, and Davis & Hosfield.

MB Real Estate’s Corporate Services & Tenant Advisory group continues to build on its success from the last few years with recent transactions completed on behalf of Greer Burns and Crain, HDI-Gerling America, and True Partners Consulting. This year also saw long-time client General Board of Pension & Health Benefits of the United Methodist Church move into its new 110,000 square foot headquarters in Glenview, Ill. In addition, clients Astellas and Coyote Logistics broke ground on their new headquarters this year, 440,000 square feet in Glenview and 105,000 square feet in Chicago, respectively.

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