Cushman & Wakefield Adds Industry Veteran to Chicago Team
- Sep 21, 2016
Chicago—Cushman & Wakefield recently announced that industry veteran Victoria Noonan has been appointed as managing principal in the firm’s Chicago office. A Windy City native, she is a graduate of DePaul University and the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Chicago-Kent College of Law, where she has provided the institution with a scholarship bearing her name, the Victoria L. Noonan Scholarship.
Noonan started her career as an administrative assistant for Tishman Speyer, where she was later promoted to managing director, and also served as leader of the firm’s leasing teams for the Chicago and Milwaukee markets, accountable for a 9 million-square-foot portfolio of Class A office space.
A member of the Chicago Office Leasing Brokers Association and CREW, Noonan is also immediate past chair of SGA Youth & Family Services.
Shawn Mobley, president of Cushman & Wakefield for the East Region stated that Noonan is among the most valued real estate executives in Chicago, having represented Tishman Speyer for decades. “Her experience, leadership and perspective are unsurpassed in our market,” he added.
In her new role as managing principal, Noonan will set out to provide imperative leadership to more than 350 brokerage, property management and project management experts. Her main responsibility will be to manage the firm’s growth and recruiting endeavors. Upon announcing her appointment, Noonan stated that what attracted her most to the company was “the culture of client service and collaboration.”
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