October 29, 2012

HSA Commercial Real Estate's Bob SmietanaEvent Information:
November 7th, 2012 at 12:00 pm
DePaul Real Estate Center
1 E Jackson, 11th floor
Chicago, Illinois
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Bob Smietana, Vice Chairman and CEO of HSA Commercial, will be the featured guest at an upcoming luncheon hosted by Chicago’s Young Real Estate Professionals Organization (YREP) at the DePaul Real Estate Center. The forum, entitled “Navigating Today’s Commercial Real Estate Environment”, is designed to provide young people in the industry with insight into both career and real estate strategy. The presentation and luncheon will last approximately one hour with a question / answer period to follow. Both members and non-members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Aside from being HSA Commercial’s CEO and a veteran of the real estate industry, Bob Smietana is also an adjunct professor at the Illinois Institute of Technology where he teaches real estate finance in the College of Architecture.

About YREP
The purpose of YREP is to further the development of young professionals in all areas of commercial real estate,  promote avenues of communication among young professionals in the industry, and leverage the industry knowledge of prominent commercial real estate leaders. For more information on this and other upcoming events, visit the YREP website.

Bob has completed over 75 building developments comprising over 20,000,000 square feet valued at $2 billion. Bob’s diverse development experience, which began in 1978 as an architect, includes industrial buildings, shopping centers, hotels, suburban and high-rise urban office skyscrapers, senior housing and medical office buildings. His national experience has included all phases of real estate responsibility including land acquisitions, entitlements, design development, financing, construction management operations, property and asset management and brokerage.

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