Camille P. Julmy
In August 2019, Camille Julmy joined Bob Wislow, his partner of 42 years, to form a new real estate venture called Parkside Realty Inc. The real estate veterans oversee their portfolio and develop new projects, such as Fulton East, a 12-story, 90,000 SF office and retail building under construction, located at 215 N Peoria, in the heart of Chicago’s Fulton Market.
Camille joined CBRE following its acquisition of U.S. Equities Realty in July 2014. Camille was directly involved in major investment and financing transactions as well as major urban retail leasing in Chicago, including the world’s largest Starbucks Roastery, on Michigan Avenue.
Camille co-founded U.S. Equities Realty with Robert Wislow in 1978, which together with their partner Nancy Pacher grew to be the largest privately-owned commercial real estate services firm in Chicago. In his past role as co-lead of the company’s Asset Services division, Camille’s leadership expanded the management and leasing of major properties including Willis Tower and John Hancock Center.
Before co-founding U.S. Equities Realty, Camille spent five years with Fidinam, a multi-national investment firm, joining its head office in Lugano, Switzerland, in 1973. He moved to the firm’s Toronto office later in 1973 and was transferred to the firm’s new Chicago office in 1977.
Camille’s major assignments included Willis Tower, the John Hancock Center, 840 North Michigan Avenue, the Starbucks Roastery at 646 N Michigan Avenue, 669 North Michigan Avenue, 600 North Fulton, MetraMarket and Fulton East.
Over the years, he has been involved in many organizations including serving as Chairman of the Magnificent Mile Association, the Executive Club of Chicago, AFIRE (The Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate), the co-chair of the Chicago-Lucerne Sister Cities, the Swiss Club of Chicago, the Swiss American Business Council and the Midwest Board of UNICEF.
Camille was born and raised in Fribourg, Switzerland, he attended the College St. Michel where he received a Diploma of Commerce, and the University of Fribourg where he received a Bachelor of Science in Economics.