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Real Experience with Complex Projects

Every member of the Catapult team has direct expertise with multifamily residential and commercial real estate projects. We have worked on complex condominium projects from the ground up, ranging in size from a 12-unit urban townhome development up to a 250-unit high-rise development. We are equipped with the tools and experience to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of each property, create a strategic plan, and diligently pursue a projects optimal completion.

Owners Representation

Catapult is proud to announce the opening of the Stony Island Art Bank for which Catapult’s Paul Dincin served as the Development Manager and Owners Representative.

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Distressed Assets

520 Erie Loft Office Building - Chicago, IL

For this 520 Erie loft office building in Chicago, IL, we acted as Receiver plus property management, leasing and brokerage.

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Development Assets

University of Chicago Arts Incubator - Chicago, IL

In 2011, Catapult was selected as the fee developer of the Washington Park Arts Incubator by the University of Chicago. Located on Garfield Boulevard, the project is an adaptive re-use of a late 19th Century structure.

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Company News

Downtown Milwaukee Office Building along Streetcar Line to be Converted to 73 Apartments

Underwriters Exchange Building

A historic downtown Milwaukee office building will be converted into around 70 apartments and will be renamed to take advantage of its location along the city's new streetcar line.

Stony Island Arts Bank Opens

Stony Island Arts Bank

Catapult is proud to announce the opening of the Stony Island Arts Bank, for which Paul Dincin served as Owners Representative and Development Manager.

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