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Marquette Companies is proud to have been recognized by industry leaders and media outlets for our commitment to excellence in multifamily development & investing. From innovative designs to exceptional customer service, our projects have received praise and coverage in a variety of publications.

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Latest News

Marquette Companies Announces Completion of The Lydian in Chicago’s Illinois Medical District

Chicago, IL - Marquette Companies is proud to announce the completion of The Lydian, a 22-story, 279-unit apartment community located in the Illinois Medical District.

Marquette Companies Success in 2022 and the Year Ahead

Marquette Companies, a multifamily development and value-add operator based in Chicago, Illinois, is celebrating its 40th year of investment excellence in 2023 with more than $3.3B in assets under management.

Darren Sloniger Named Marquette CEO

Marquette recently announced the appointment of Darren Sloniger as CEO, effective January 1, 2023. Darren has served as a leader at Marquette for the past 22 years and will now take the helm as the company continues to grow and thrive.

140 N Ashland (Chicago) receives building permit

A full building permit has been issued for 140 N. Ashland, a new mixed-use project by Marquette Companies in Chicago. The project will include a 12-story residential building that connects to an existing 1920s building, rising 154 feet tall with 210 dwelling units, ground floor retail, coworking amenity space, and 62 parking spaces.

Marquette Companies Purchases 118 acres in Lebanon, TN

Marquette Companies has purchased 118 acres of land in Lebanon, Tennessee for $6.57 million and plans to build 199 townhomes on the property.

Marquette Recapitalizes Evo Union Park Apartments for $104M

Marquette Cos. has completed the recapitalization of Evo Union Park, a 242-unit luxury apartment building in Chicago's Fulton Market. Pacific Life, a California-based insurer, has bought out the original equity investors in a $103.5-million transaction, with Marquette retaining a stake in the property.