Inland Real Estate first member of Chicago Realtors Corporate Hall of Fame

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The Inland Real Estate Group of Companies Inc. will be the first member of the Chicago Association of Realtors Corporate Hall of Fame.

“There is no better inaugural inductee,” association president Matt Farrell said. “Inland is truly unsurpassed in reputation for serving as a dynamic role model for our industry.”

The Oak Brook-based commercial real estate company has brokered hundreds of millions of dollars in commercial real estate sales in the Chicago area over a 40-year period. It has developed more than 5,000 acres in the Chicago area and built or redeveloped more than 7,000 apartments.

The company employs more than 1,400 people and owns and manages more than 75 million square feet of commercial real estate in 49 states, as well as managed assets with a value in excess of $20.2 billion.

The association’s Hall of Fame inductee is Millie Rosenbloom.

The Chicago Association of Realtors will have its Hall of Fame induction ceremony during its annual gala Wednesday.

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