McKinley successfully resolves two large assets in Illinois

February 5, 2016

McKinley recently completed the disposition of two large assets in Illinois on behalf of its institutional clients. Town Center Promenade is a 75,000 sf shopping center in Deer Park, IL.  McKinley was appointed Receiver in March 2013 and post-foreclosure was hired to continue as the real estate advisor and property manager.  During its tenure, McKinley completed a 10-year renewal with the anchor tenant, Dicks Sporting Good.  The property management team actively engaged the tenants to eliminate all delinquency and to position the asset for sale.  Through its prudent management and assertive leasing, McKinley increased the value of the center 33% in two years which led to a successful sale.

McKinley recently disposed of Raddant Road Industrial, a 54,569 sf industrial building in Batavia, IL.  McKinley was appointed as Receiver August 2014 and continued to manage post-foreclosure.  Raddant required significant exterior upgrades to the building to the parking areas.  McKinley focused on reducing expenses and driving occupancy to 100%, which resulted in a two-fold increase in Net Operating Income in less than two years. 

“Our Institutional Commercial Real Estate team has a keen understanding of the Receivership process,” stated Matthew Mason, Managing Director and Partner.  “We focus on quickly improving NOI and maximizing occupancy to create the most value in the shorter possible time, which leads to great results for our clients,” he added.

“Matt and his team continue to defy the market, and to find creative opportunities to drive value,” said Kenneth P. Polsinelli, Chief Real Estate Officer.  “Our clients appreciate their focus on quick results and on their passion for customer service,” he also offered.


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