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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 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]
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]
20 December 2016 Chicago Magazine
*/ */ Your Guide Sean Conlon, real estate tycoon   Flight time: 6 hours on Icelandair When to go: June to July - It stays light all night. Where to stay: Hotel Borg - Stylish lodgings right on Reykjavík’s main drag. From $250; Posthusstraeti 11; keahotels.is/en The energy in Reykjavík is... [Read More]
13 December 2016 Bisnow, Chicago
The Talbott Hotel, which Sterling Bay and Conlon acquired in a JV in August 2015, is closing next month so ownership can give it a major overhaul. And it's going to be a costly one. Sterling Bay estimates the renovations will cost up to $20M, according to Crain's. Principal Matt Menna said the... [Read More]
08 December 2016 Crain’s Chicago Business
A year after buying the Talbott Hotel, the owners plan to shut down the Gold Coast property next month for a $20 million renovation. The 16-story hotel at 20 E. Delaware St. will close Jan. 1 and is expected to reopen in May, the owners said. The “former owner has created an exceptional brand and... [Read More]
22 November 2016 Crain’s Chicago Business
New York real estate developer Donald Trump had “The Apprentice.” Now Chicago developer Sean Conlon has “The Deed.” That's the name of a real estate reality television show co-hosted by the colorful Irishman that premieres in March on CNBC. Like Trump, Conlon is getting into show business after... [Read More]
22 November 2016 Chicago Tribune
Sean Conlon, the Chicago real estate mogul who went from being a janitor in 1990 to running a successful and diversified real estate business, is the latest hometown businessman to become the star of a CNBC reality show. Conlon, 47, will star in "The Deed," a show that will follow him rescuing... [Read More]
06 July 2016 http://shiakapos.com
Chicago real estate investor Sean Conlon has filed a lawsuit against owners of the Chicago Sushi Samba franchise that once stood on the property he now owns in River North. The suit filed in the Chancery Division of Cook County Court accuses Sushi Samba’s New York-based owners and other investors... [Read More]
06 June 2016 Bisnow Chicago
The story of Conlon/Christie’s International Real Estate's Melissa Archer-Wirtz's rise up the company ladder to become the firm’s new COO is a story that reads like a fairy tale, or a blockbuster movie. Melissa (pictured at Conlon's Gold Coast offices) has been with Conlon since day one, when she... [Read More]

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