Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation Appoints Allen Logue to Associate Director, Acquisitions
Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation (“Intercontinental”) a national real estate investment, development, and management firm headquartered in Boston, MA announced that Allen Logue has joined the company in the role of Associate Director, Acquisitions.
Mr. Logue works in Intercontinental’s West Coast Office located in Los Angeles, California and reports to Jessica Levin, Director, Acquisitions. Mr. Logue is responsible for evaluating acquisition opportunities for Intercontinental sponsored funds with a primary focus on Western United States. He oversees the analysis and underwriting for potential acquisitions.
Prior to joining Intercontinental, Mr. Logue worked as an Associate, Asset Management for AEW Capital Management. While at AEW, Mr. Logue was responsible for the management of 14 properties totaling $800 Million across multifamily, industrial, office and development projects located in the Western Unites States. Mr. Logue is also the former President of the Junior Board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of San Francisco where he oversaw the development and implementation of fundraisers. Mr. Logue graduated from The University of California at Berkeley with a B.A. in Economics and earned his MBA with a concentration in Real Estate finance from the McCombs School of business at The University of Texas at Austin.
Intercontinental Real Estate Corporation is an SEC registered investment adviser with expertise in real estate investment, development, asset management, and construction management. Since inception in 1959, Intercontinental has managed, developed, and owned over $6 billion in real estate property. Today, Intercontinental owns and manages a portfolio in excess of $2.5 billion for its clients. Intercontinental balances its portfolio both by robust property mix and by geographic diversification, while actively seeking opportunities to invest in both core and core plus, as well as value-add development projects. Visit www.Intercontinental.net for more information.