Ben Wineman is a Principal at Mid-America Real Estate Corporation and co-heads Mid-America’s Shopping Center Investment Sales Group, focusing solely on the disposition of retail properties. Together with his partners, Mr. Wineman has been involved in a transaction volume in excess of $6 billion since 2001.
Mr. Wineman has 18 years of real estate experience. Prior to joining Mid-America Real Estate in July 2001, Mr. Wineman worked as a financial analyst with Jones Lang LaSalle since 1998. As part of LaSalle Investment Management’s Private Equity Acquisitions Group, he was responsible for the valuation, due diligence, and closing of real estate acquisitions on behalf of institutional clients.
Mr. Wineman has worked on a variety of assignments throughout the United States on behalf of clients including CBRE Global Investments, Clark Street Development, Cole Capital, CW Capital, DDR, DLC Management, Equity Investment Group, Federal Realty, Inland Real Estate Group, Invesco, JP Morgan Asset Management, Kimco Realty Trust, LaSalle Investment Management, Lormax-Stern Development, National Retail Properties, Pace Properties, Pine Tree Commercial, Ramco-Gershenson, RPD Catalyst, Schostak Brothers, Situs, The Cafaro Company, The DESCO Group and UBS Realty Investors.
A graduate of DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, Mr. Wineman earned a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree with a major in History. He is a licensed broker in Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, and Nebraska. As a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, is a member of the Illinois State Committee and the National Government Relations Economic Policy Sub-Committee. Ben is a Board Director of Southfield, MI based Sterling Bank & Trust. Within the community, Ben serves on the Executive Committees of the Harold E. Eisenberg Foundation and the Ravinia Festival Associates Board.