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Nick Siegel (He, Him, His)

Nick Siegel (He, Him, His)

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Inspired by his grandmother's struggle with Alzheimer's disease, Nick is the chair of the 29-person Associate Board for CJE SeniorLife. He leads the board in helping seniors with housing, healthcare, education, enrichment, and community services. He also funds researching issues relevant to seniors and helps to organize two events each year to fundraise for CJE-operated nursing homes in Chicago.

Nick also serves as an inspiration in his career, where he contributes to Chicago's industrial market - the third largest in the nation. He currently has 547,000 square feet under development in the Chicagoland area and is one of the youngest leaders in commercial real estate in the area. His work ensures economic growth in the region, and he has won several awards, including the 2020 Industrial Spec Development of the Year for his Bridge Point Downers Grove project.

AGE:
31

PRIMARY GIG:
Partner, Chicago Region at Bridge Industrial

ON THE SIDE:
Dad & Husband

CELEBRITY DOPPELGANGER:
Eugene Levy (because of the big eyebrows)

YOUR BEST PIECE OF ADVICE:
Always say yes and never turn down any opportunities. You never know where something might lead, even it seems like it won't be worthwhile at the time.

WHAT IS YOUR NEWFOUND PANDEMIC TALENT OR HOBBY:
Competing with my friends on the Peloton

WHAT IS YOUR PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT IN THE LAST 10 YEARS:
My son Skyler is far and away the best piece of my life and being a good dad to him and a good husband to my wife Samantha brings me more joy and happiness than anything I've ever experienced. In my work life, becoming the partner of the Chicagoland region to oversee all development activity was a tremendous honor.

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