Pine Tree promotes Conor Bossy to Chief Investment Officer

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    Conor BossyPine Tree

Updated 11/30/2022 9:00 AM

Northbrook-based Pine Tree announced its promotion of Conor Bossy to Chief Investment Officer, further bolstering the company's executive leadership team and national retail real estate acquisitions platform.

Bossy joined Pine Tree in 2015 and has contributed significantly to the company's growth and real estate investment performance. During his time at Pine Tree, he has overseen over $1.1 billion in shopping center acquisitions totaling nearly six million square feet of leasable retail space. Of that total, Conor has overseen the acquisition of $450 million in the last 13 months.


Promoted from Executive Vice President, Director of Acquisitions, Bossy will continue to manage Pine Tree's acquisitions strategies while originating key relationships in his new pivotal role as Chief Investment Officer.

"Rewarding outstanding performance is critical to Pine Tree's success as we continue to expand our company's national retail real estate portfolio," said Peter Borzak, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Pine Tree. "Conor not only exemplifies the caliber of professionals who possess the expertise, passion, and dedication to move Pine Tree and the industry forward, but he also perfectly personifies our company values like humility, respect, and trust. He has made significant contributions to Pine Tree since joining the team in 2015 and has created one of the industr's most unique, insightful, and effective acquisitions platforms by combining deep local market knowledge and capital markets expertise to achieve exceptional results for our stakeholders."

Bossy is an alumnus of the University of Notre Dame and is an active member of ICSC.

About Pine Tree:

Pine Tree is a Northbrook, Illinois-based full-service real estate company specializing in retail. Founded in 1995, Pine Tree's current portfolio tops $3.5 billion in assets under management. The company's projects are located across the United States.

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