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28 February 2017 Michigan Avenue Magazine
Chicago real estate mogul Sean Conlon goes Hollywood with CNBC's The Deed. “I had no interest [in] being on television,” Sean Conlon admits. Come March, though, that’s exactly where the Conlon & Co chairman will find himself as co-star of CNBC’s reality series The Deed, for which he was... [Read More]
23 February 2017 Gracenote
Many shows about house flipping make the process look relatively painless, despite the potential setbacks in renovating or building a home. And then, there’s “The Deed.” CNBC’s entry in the category premieres Wednesday, March 1, and it’s determined not to shy away from the rough spots. The program... [Read More]
21 February 2017 Today's Hotelier
CHICAGO – Conlon Capital has arranged a $20 million, CMBS bridge loan on behalf of SB Yen Management Group Inc. to refinance and reflag the borrower’s Evanston Best Western hotel to a Holiday Inn. Formerly the University Plaza Hotel, the 259-key Holiday Inn Chicago North Evanston is located at... [Read More]
13 February 2017 Press Release
Rushi Shah, chief executive officer for Conlon Capital, a commercial mortgage banking firm formed by the merger of Aries Capital’s and Conlon & Co.’s capital markets groups, has successfully arranged over $49 million in non-recourse CMBS permanent loans for eight limited service hotels in... [Read More]
13 January 2017 HotelBusiness.com
CHICAGO—Conlon & Co.’s Capital Markets Group and Aries Capital’s Mortgage Banking Group have merged to form Conlon Capital. The mortgage-banking firm will leverage Aries’ and Conlon’s client and capital-source relationships to provide debt placement, equity arrangement and advisory solutions... [Read More]
12 January 2017 GlobeSt.com
Rushi Shah, chief executive officer of Conlon Capital CHICAGO—Sean J. Conlon, chairman of Conlon & Co. and co-host of CNBC’s “The Deed,”and Neil D. Freeman, chairman of Aries Capital, LLC said this week that they are merging Conlon & Co.’s Capital Markets Group and Aries... [Read More]
11 January 2017 Forbes
Two of the most colorful players in Chicago real estate have joined forces in a bid to be one of the five largest commercial property financing houses in the U.S. Aries Capital's Neil Freeman (top left) and Conlon & Co's Sean Conlon (top right) are merging their firms' capital markets divisions... [Read More]
10 January 2017 Biznow, Chicago
Two of the most colorful players in Chicago real estate have joined forces in a bid to be one of the five largest commercial property financing houses in the U.S. Aries Capital's Neil Freeman (top left) and Conlon & Co's Sean Conlon (top right) are merging their firms' capital markets... [Read More]
09 January 2017 Crain’s Chicago Business
Two well-known Chicago deal-makers, Sean Conlon and Neil Freeman, have combined their real estate financing businesses, betting they can grow faster together in a strong market. Freeman's firm, Aries Capital, has merged its mortgage banking group into Conlon Capital, Conlon's financing firm,... [Read More]
09 January 2017 REJournals.com
Two notable Chicago commercial real estate powerhouses are combining their efforts. Sean Conlon, chairman of Conlon & Co., and Neil Freeman, chairman of Aries Capital, said they are combining their financing divisions to create Conlon Capital. Aries’ Mortgage Banking Group and Conlon’s Capital... [Read More]

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