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HOWARD L. WEINSTEIN
Mr. Weinstein has served as President, CEO and co-owner of Rubloff, Inc. Under his leadership the eighty-two year old company earned a reputation for unparalleled quality, outstanding management, and excellent client service. He has been credited for creating a brand that is recognized worldwide. Mr. Weinstein became President and C.E.O of Rubloff in 1991, after serving as President of the company's Asset Management Division. In this role he repositioned the company, establishing and overseeing the implementation a strategic plan that catapulted the company to become the sixth largest Real Estate Service firm and third largest fee manager in the U.S. He established institutional and corporate relationships in the U.S. and Asia, developing a portfolio that included such high profile properties such as Prudential Plaza in Chicago, First Interstate Plaza in Houston, and the Renaissance Center in Detroit. Mr. Weinstein was instrumental in the sale of the Rubloff Commercial Division to Koll, which was acquired by C.B. Richard Ellis in 1997. As President of the Property Division, Mr. Weinstein was responsible for overseeing a portfolio of over 130 million feet of commercial space and a staff of 1,000 people in 70 cities. Mr. Weinstein also spearheaded the acquisition of regional real estate firms for The Koll Company. He served as consultant to Samsung International and was involved in other real estate activities in Asia. In 1996, Mr. Weinstein directed the growth of Rubloff Residential Properties, adding 7 new offices with more than 250 new agents, producing in excess of $1.2 billion in sales. This entity was merged with Prudential in 2009. Mr. Weinstein has been published in National Real Estate Investor, Real Estate Forum and Journal of Property Management. In addition, he has been a speaker for the University of Chicago, Institute of Real Estate Management, Building Owners & Managers Association International, Urban Land Institute, and has been recognized by the University of Illinois Business School as Executive-in-Residence. Mr. Weinstein is a member of the National Board of Realtors, the Chicago Board of Realtors, the Building Owners & Managers Association International, American Society of Real Estate Counselors, and Lambda Alpha Real Estate Society. He has served as a council member of the Urban Land Institute, and as a member of the Dean's Advisory Board of the University of Illinois School of Business. Mr. Weinstein has a B.S. in Urban Land Economics from the University of Illinois. He holds a CRE designation and a RPA designation. He is an active Real Estate Advisor, and serves as a Consultant to Prudential Rubloff.
Rublogg – Chicagoland real estate » Prudential Rubloff Podcast
This episode features Howard Weinstein, co-owner of Rubloff, and Jim Kinney, President of Rubloff Residential Properties.
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In 1996, the partnership of Howard Weinstein and Tom Horwich acquired Prudential Rubloff's residential division.
Weinstein had been the company's C.O.O. and president, and Horwich also brought a background in real estate development and management.
"We don't want to be the biggest," said Howard Weinstein, co-owner of Rubloff Residential Properties.
Owned by Weinstein and Horwich since 1996, Rubloff Residential Properties is one of Chicago's most respected real estate firms.
In 1996, the partnership of Howard Weinstein and Tom Horwich acquired Rubloff's residential division.Weinstein had been the company's C.O.O. and president, and Horwich also brought a background in real estate development and management.