Real Estate

Rick Collins

Commercial real estate vetran Collins has established a reputation for tackling some of the biggest--and trickiest--development deals in town. Collins was a key player in overhauling the long-vacant Sears site

Tim Murname

The Opus organization was stung by the collapse of the commercial real estate indusrty during the reccession. Company and indusrty vetran Murnane rejoined the restructured Opus in 2010 and now
Mike Sims

Mike Sims

The real estate business was in the doldrums in 2008 when retail broker Sims left a large local firm (United Properties) to hang out a single for the local office

Wendy Madsen

Madsen got her start with Minneapolis-based Ryan Companies as a receptionist more than 35 years ago. Today, she is recognized as an indusrty leader in property management. Madsen is a
Stuart Ackerberg

Stuart Ackerberg

The Ackerberg Group is the largest commercial property landlord in the Uptown area of South Minneapolis. CEO Ackerberg knows the market better than anyone. He saw an opening to add
Jean Kane

Jean Kane

Kane, who joined Minnetonka-based Welsh in 1987, is recognized as a leader in local commercial real estate circles. She became president and chief operating officer of the diversified company in

Bill Burgess

Miami, Florida-based Lennar is one of the nation's largest homebuilders and a dominant player in the Minnesota market. Burgess is the local leader for Lennar, which has ranked as the

Brent Blackey

The privately held Bloomington-based Holiday Companies has never courted media attention. But the gas station and convenience store operator ranks as the fourth-largest private company in Minnesota, with estimated revenue