Anthony Campagni joined Baum Realty Group in November 2003.
Prior to joining Baum, Anthony was a retail consultant for Garrick-Aug Associates Store Leasing Inc. in New York City.
At Baum, Anthony
specializes in retail tenant representation and urban landlord representation.
He serves as the exclusive broker in the Chicago MSA for Panera Bread, FedEx Office, The Little Gym, CiCi's Pizza, WingStop and Starfruit.
Most notably, Anthony
led the Chicago roll-out of FedEx Kinko's (now FexEx Office) small store prototypes, completing 38 transactions in a 24 month period.
was also involved in the initial Chicago MSA
roll-outs for Caribou Coffee, Kriser's - Feeding Pets for Life, HILTI and Carquest Auto Parts.
In addition to tenant representation, Anthony
offers third-party landlord representation and has developed strong relationships with a variety of owners and developers such as Mesirow Stein
, Metropolitan Properties
, BPG Properties
, Syndicated Equities
, Waterton Residential
, Ranquist Developments
, and V-Land Corporation
As member of Baum Realty's Luxury Retail Division, Anthony played a key role in transforming Chicago's Bucktown neighborhood into a high-end retail destination.
has been involved in several high profile Bucktown retail transactions including Marc by Marc Jacobs, BCBG Max Azria, Nanette Lepore, Joe's Jeans, and Goorin Brothers Hat Shop.
In 2004, Anthony
was a finalist for the Rookie of the Year distinction from the Chicago Association of Realtors Commercial Forum
He is also an active member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC), Chicago Loop Alliance, and the National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Anthony graduated from the University of Wisconsin's School of Business in 2002 and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Real Estate and Urban Land Economics with a specialization in International Business.