Transwestern’s Midwest Asset Services Group Gets New Leaders

Micah Larmie and Katie Sakach were promoted to oversee the company’s management portfolio in the Midwest, which encompasses more than 19 million square feet.

Katie Sakach and Micah Larmie, Transwestern
Katie Sakach and Micah Larmie, Transwestern

Transwestern promoted two of its vice presidents and general property managers as co-leaders of the Midwest Asset Services Group. Micah Larmie and Katie Sakach will manage over 19 million square feet of office, industrial, retail and mixed-use assets located in Chicago, Detroit, Minneapolis and Milwaukee. They will also provide support for the group’s clients.   

Proactive property managers

Larmie started with Transwestern in 2014, when she was appointed as senior vice president and general manager of 500 W. Madison St., a 1.5 million-square-foot office tower in the West Loop. Her experience in real estate spans over 16 years, having served as property manager with companies such as Sterling Bay and Parkway Properties. In addition to management, she has also been responsible for asset acquisitions and dispositions.

Sakach has been with Transwestern since 2003, having held a vice president and general manager position overseeing some of the company’s assets in Chicago: 200 W. Madison St., 500 W. Monroe, 150 N. Wacker and 200 N. LaSalle. She has more than 20 years of experience in real estate, managing capital and projects and overseeing tenant relationships.

The new roles are designed to support our growth in the Midwest and elevate our client-focused approach by adding more capacity and expertise to our already talented team,” said Bob Denmark, Transwestern’s Midwest Asset Services Group senior vice president, in prepared remarks.

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