McCaffery Interests, Inc. Announces New Company Chairman, President

by Chicago Agent

McCaffery Interests, Inc., a privately owned, full-service commercial real estate company with offices in Chicago and Washington, D.C., announced yesterday a company expansion and a new chairman and president.

Effective immediately, the heart of the reorganization includes:
Daniel McCaffery will take the position of chairman, overseeing the vision, strategic direction, new business creation and enhancement for all aspects of the firm. Mr. McCaffery is the Founder and formerly served as the president of McCaffery Interests.

Ed Woodbury will take the position of president, leading the firm’s executive management team and executing on the vision and strategic direction set by the firm. Mr. Woodbury was most recently a vice president with the firm, responsible for all aspects of its development projects.

“Ed has demonstrated exceptional leadership during his tenure with McCaffery Interests, seeing the company through significant growth and development,” says Mr. McCaffery. “Ed’s sharp business acumen and leadership will serve him well in his new role as president.”

“It is a privilege to have been entrusted with the position of president of McCaffery Interests,” remarks Mr. Woodbury. “I look forward to further expanding the company’s growth and leading the firm’s extraordinary group of leaders and staff.”

Additional expansion initiatives include the hiring of Yvonne Jones as managing director of asset and property management. In this role, Ms. Jones will oversee an expanding portfolio of retail, office and residential properties in excess of 6 million square feet. Prior to joining McCaffery Interests, Inc., Ms. Jones served as President and Principal at Zifkin Realty Group, LLC where she launched the firm’s property and asset management group.

Ms. Jones remarks: “I’m very excited to execute McCaffery Interests’ existing property assignments and to combine my knowledge with the thoughtful and creative McCaffery Interests brand to cultivate additional management contracts for the firm.”

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