We will be featuring one of the CARW NextGen participants. There are 18 commercial real estate professionals involved in the program – each with their unique story to share and individual motivation for involvement. This week’s featured NextGen’R is Kyle Mack from CBRE.
Kyle Mack | CBRE
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Q: Which projects are you most excited about?
A: After winning a City of Milwaukee RFP for 2249 N Humboldt Ave with my partner Todd Hutchison, I am most excited for the opportunity renovate this iconic treasure, which historically, has had various uses, starting as a Schlitz Tavern in 1890 and most recently as Zak’s, The Spruce Goose, Kilroy’s Tavern, and The Hot Spot.
Q: What is your favorite restaurant?
A: JC King’s Tortas and Restaurant at 3128 S 13th St, which reminds me of the authentic Mexican cuisine I enjoyed while living in Mexico.
Q: What Made you choose Commercial Real Estate?
A: I’ve always been entrepreneurial, even though I didn’t realize it. However, I think it started with the purchase of a duplex while a senior at Marquette University. From there, I was hooked and knew I wanted to be a part of real estate on a larger scale.
Q: What is one word that comes to mind when you think of CARW?
Q: What is your biggest takeaway from our NextGen meetings?
A: I think Max Rasansky and Kevin Armstrong said it best in that “real estate, and to a greater extent, life, is not a sprint, it’s a marathon”.
Q: If you could have lunch with anyone in the world, who would it be?
A: Marcus Lemonis
CARW NextGen began in early 2017 and was designed for commercial real estate professionals with five or fewer years in the industry. We have a mix of professionals from brokers in every sector and finance professionals. The team meets monthly and hears from panels of seasoned professionals from a variety of areas in the commercial real estate space. From architects to developers and engineers to elected officials; this group is gaining new insights and access to a variety of information and people who help make them more effective in their careers.