Theodore I. Yi Appointed to Chicago Architecture Foundation Board of Trustees

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Chicago, Ill. ­— Quarles & Brady is pleased to announce that Theodore I. Yi, a partner in the firm's Chicago office, has been named to Chicago Architecture Foundation's Board of Trustees.

Chicago Architecture Foundation has been promoting the history and continuation of innovative design in Chicago for over 50 years through exhibits, tours and events.

Yi is a member of the firm's Real Estate group and firmwide governing Executive Committee. His extensive and varied real estate experience includes a wide range of commercial real estate transactions, with a particular focus on commercial lease transactions representing both owners and users of office, retail, and industrial properties. He represents institutional landlords, such as insurance companies, pension funds, and real estate investment trusts (REITs), as well as users of properties, including users of technically complex space such as trading floors and data centers. In particular, he has represented a number of Fortune 250 corporations in connection with relocations of their corporate headquarters. Yi received his law degree from Harvard Law School and his two bachelor's degrees from University of Illinois.

About The Chicago Architecture Foundation
The Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to inspiring people to discover why design matters. As an education leader in architecture and design, CAF offers tours, programs, exhibitions, field trips, curricula and online tools that are part of a dynamic learning journey for all ages. Proceeds from CAF’s tours and gift store, as well as grants, sponsorships and donations, support this educational mission.


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