E. C. Gould

Mr. Gould is a founding member of Adams LaSalle who, together with Mr. Harrison, is responsible for strategic direction of the firm.

Previously, Mr. Gould practiced as in-house counsel for JMB Realty Corporation and in an Of Counsel capacity with Pircher, Nichols and Meeks. While at JMB and Pircher, Mr. Gould provided legal counsel, structured transactions and managed litigation in connection with a $1.5 billion geographically diverse portfolio of office, industrial, retail and residential properties, including the four million square foot Houston Center Complex located in Houston, Texas.

Mr. Gould began his career as real estate counsel at Locke Lord Bissell & Liddell LLP (formerly, Lord Bissell & Brook) advising clients such as Centrum Properties, Homart Development Corporation and Pepper Construction. Typical representation included structuring joint ventures and partnerships, real estate acquisition/assemblage/disposition, zoning and land use matters, lender and borrower work including loan workouts, and negotiating construction and leasing agreements.

Prior to forming Adams LaSalle, Mr. Gould served as president of Kestrel Capital, Inc. which functioned as the general partner of various investment limited partnerships focused on equities in the real estate and financial services industries.

Mr. Gould graduated from the University of Chicago Law School in 1986 and received a BA in political science from Georgetown University in 1983.

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J. G. Harrison

Mr. Harrison is a founding member of Adams LaSalle who, together with Mr. Gould, is responsible for strategic direction of the firm.

Prior to founding ALR, Jon was an attorney with DLA Piper Rudnick (www.dlapiper.com), the largest real estate law practice in the world. Mr. Harrison's practice concentrated in the area of real estate law at the corporate, fund and property levels. The majority of Mr. Harrison's time was spent representing national and global real estate leaders such as Jones Lang LaSalle (www.joneslanglasalle.com), Equity Office Properties, Heitman Financial and JMB Realty. Mr. Harrison has successfully negotiated, drafted and closed thousands of real estate and real estate related transactions with leading national and international companies. In addition, he has directed litigation, lender workouts and entitlement matters extensively.

Prior to DLA Piper, Mr. Harrison served as Vice President/Legal for Heitman/JMB Advisory Corporation where he was responsible for the legal function on more than $8 billion of institutional real estate assets, including multi-family, office, industrial, and retail properties. Previous to serving at both Heitman and JMB Institutional Realty, Mr. Harrison served as both an attorney and a portfolio manager at First Chicago Investment Advisors (subsequently renamed Brinson Partners). Mr. Harrison began his legal career in 1982 representing developers, lenders and other real estate clients in transactional and litigation matters.

Mr. Harrison has been licensed to practice law in Illinois since 1982 and also holds a degree in Business Management from the University of Illinois.

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C. L. Huber

Mr. Huber manages the acquisition of institutional for-rent multi-family assets as well as overseeing day-to-day operations. Over the past several years, Mr. Huber also managed the conversion process for over fifteen condominium conversion projects in California.

Previously, Chris was a Managing Director for Kennedy Wilson Properties and their predecessor firm, Heitman Properties. His responsibilities included acquisition due diligence, property management oversight, construction management, and disposition management.

Mr. Huber began his career in 1979 with JMB Properties Company in Dallas/Fort Worth. He was involved in all areas of property operations, eventually being promoted to Regional Manager overseeing the southwest. In 1991 Mr. Huber transferred from the Dallas office to San Diego to oversee the operations of the growing southern California portfolio for JMB. In 1994 Heitman purchased JMB Properties Company and merged the property management operations and Chris remained in Southern California to manage the combined portfolios of the companies. During his tenure with JMB and Heitman, Mr. Huber was involved in the management of over 15,000 units in most major metropolitan areas in the west/southwest including Dallas, Houston, Denver, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Diego, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, San Francisco, and Orange County. Managed properties were a combination of wholly owned properties and third party management assignments with several large institutional advisors and insurance companies.

In 1998, Kennedy Wilson purchased Heitman Properties Company. During this period to 2005, Mr. Huber's activities included the acquisition, rehab and sale of over 3,500 units in Southern California in addition to third party management assignments in Phoenix.

Mr. Huber has experience in all areas pertaining to multi-family assets including acquisition, development, due diligence, lease-up, rehab, adaptive re-use, financing and disposition.

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Mr. Zurlo is Vice President of Finance at Adams LaSalle Realty. His responsibilities include corporate finance oversight, investor reporting, financial modeling and acquisition support.

Mr. Zurlo is a senior-level real estate professional with diverse experience in asset management, transactions, financing and accounting. He has primarily worked for institutional real estate advisors and has direct knowledge of all product-types.

His career started in the late 1980s in the public accounting field and transitioned to the real estate industry working for JMB/Urban Properties and ORIX Real Estate Equities as an accounting manager. By the mid 1990’s, he obtained his MBA and moved to the Dallas area working as a Regional Asset Manager for JPI Properties. In 2004, Mr. Zurlo returned to the Chicago area as a Vice President and Asset Manager with Falcon Real Estate Investment Company, responsible for 3.3 million square feet of property in the Midwest and Southeast regions. Over his career, Mr. Zurlo has been directly responsible for the due diligence and closing of $1.2 billion of transactions.

Mr. Zurlo is a CPA and received his MBA in Finance from Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University in 1995. He received his BS degree in Accounting from Western Illinois University.

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