Wilhelm O. Kreuzer

Wilhelm O. Kreuzer has extensive knowledge and experience in every aspect of commercial real estate, including underwriting of real estate assets, property management, asset management, site location and development of commercial property as well as, negotiation of leases, purchase agreements, operating agreements, joint venture agreements, loan documents and public finance documents. Will’s experience has allowed him to successfully spearhead developments for his and other investor’s real estate portfolio. Mr. Kreuzer was the principal in the redeveloped the historic landmarked Von Lee Theatre, a LEED registered project that is anchored by Indiana University. In addition, Mr. Kreuzer has financed over $200M of projects since joining Tartan and has represented or currently representing Blockbuster Video (DISH Network), Einstein’s Bagels, Mattress Firm and Starbucks Coffee in extending existing leases.

Prior to joining the Tartan, Mr. Kreuzer worked at HSA Commercial as the Senior Vice President of Finance, where he assisted in financing over 18 million square feet of real estate valued at over one billion dollars. He is a licensed real estate broker in Illinois and Indiana, holds the Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM) designation and Leadership for Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP), is a Lambda Alpha International Member (The Honorary Society for the Advancement of Land Economics) and on the advisory board for the Benecki Center for Real Estate Studies at Indiana University. Will received his Bachelor of Science degree in Real Estate and Finance from Indiana University.

Tartan Realty Group, Inc. is a full-service Brokerage, Development and asset Management firm focused on the Development and enhancement of sustainable and vibrant communities in emerging markets and markets that serve as the economic, retail, and cultural hubs for 200-mile regions. Its properties are distinguished by quality of construction, design, and an urban sensibility. Notable projects include the leasing of Southgate Market, a new urban big-box concept Development in downtown Chicago, as well as Chatham Market on Chicago’s South Side, site of the first Wal-Mart in the city. As a principal founder and investor in the new restaurant concept Meatheads, Tartan has an insider’s understanding of its tenants needs. As the overseer of the chain’s real estate arm, the firm has opened eleven locations in the past four years, and is currently developing the first prototype, standalone restaurant

Posted July 11, 2016
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