CBRE Expands Condo Deconversion Practice in Chicago

Sam Haddadin has recently overseen the largest condo deconversion in Chicago.
Sam Haddadin, CBRE

Sam Haddadin, CBRE

Chicago—Sam Haddadin has joined CBRE’s multifamily investment team as a vice president in Chicago to spearhead the firm’s condo deconversion practice.

Haddadin was former condo board president for CBRE’s brokered sale at 2625 N. Clark St. in Chicago. That building underwent the largest condo deconversions in the city to date.

“During the process of selling 2625 N. Clark, Sam was very resourceful and helpful,” said John Jaeger, executive vice president with CBRE, in prepared remarks. “Condo deconversions are very complex undertakings and he showed a strong aptitude for navigating the process. This experience and his financial background will be a major benefit to our clients as we continue to expand this practice and execute these transactions.”

Having a strong background in finance, Haddadin also held various positions with Bank of America and CME Group. He holds B.A. degree in business administration from the Illinois Wesleyan University.

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