With more than eight years in commercial, medical, retail, and residential property and facility management, Logan brings extensive financial, operational, and project management experience to his role at Bradford Allen, where he provides asset management services for the firm’s portfolio of owned properties.
Prior to joining Bradford Allen, Logan worked for Northwestern Medicine from 2014 to 2020 as a Property Operations Manager, where he managed a large commercial office high-rise (541 N. Fairbanks Court), a large medical office high-rise (676 N. St. Clair Street), the hospital’s single residential property in downtown Chicago (244 E. Pearson Street), and a development property in Old Irving Park (4441-4459 Irving Park Road). He also oversaw the finances of the main hospital’s retail portfolio. Previously, Logan also served as a Tenant Services Coordinator and Assistant Property Manager at Golub and Company.
A graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, Logan received a B.A. in business administration with a specialization in finance. He is married and the proud owner of a rescue dog names Parsnip. In his free time, Logan enjoys traveling, camping, hiking, and volleyball, as well as playing and collecting board games.
Licensed real estate broker in the state of Illinois
Real Property Administrator (RPA) through Building Owners and Managers Institute
Bob joined Bradford Allen in 2018 to lead the newly created Architectural Services department. Bob has over 35 years of professional experience and specializes in strategic workplace solutions, interior fit-up, built-to-suit solutions and construction management services. As an architect, he partners with commercial clients and building owners in a highly consultative manner to plan and design commercial interior spaces and custom furniture, developing solutions that allow his clients to meet their business, financial, spatial and timing goals.
Prior to joining Bradford Allen, Bob worked as an architect specializing in commercial space for clients throughout the Midwest through his company, Isaac & May. In 2010, he founded BaughbLabs, a product design and development studio that produces hand-crafted and unique pieces.
Bob is a graduate of the University of Illinois where he received his Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design. Outside of work, he is an avid cyclist, riding and racing mountain bikes.
Member, IDSA (Industrial Design Association of America)