Bill Lussow advises business owners, executives, and organizations on strategic real estate solutions to improve their company’s effectiveness. He uses his extensive background to help companies evaluate whether purchasing real estate is in both their short-term and long-term best interests.
Bill started his real estate career in 1999. Prior to joining Bespoke as a Principal in February 2014, he was one of the original founders of Chicagoland Commercial Real Estate, established in 2002. Bill desired to follow his passion of working with private businesses, while sharing a common vision of providing customized real estate strategies with a team, which was realized when he joined Bespoke. Bill works with office, medical, and industrial clients to create and execute on real estate strategies that augment the company’s vision and plan.
In addition to his Bachelor of Science degree in Finance and Economics from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC), Bill has continued his real estate studies by completing course work for the CCIM designation. Bill previously was a partner in a real estate portfolio and utilizes this knowledge to assist his clients in negotiating the best terms possible, a skill not possessed by many colleagues.
Bill has three children that are heavily involved in sports. Lindsey attends St. Theresa School in Palatine and enjoys spending her time in the art studio and lacrosse field. Mac attends York High School and is involved in wrestling, football, and hockey. Emily is a recent graduate of Fenwick High School and is off to University of Missouri to pursue her passion in Journalism. Bill played hockey for Loyola Academy, bringing home its first state championship, and the Fighting Illini at UIUC. Bill still enjoys a skate with his buddies in the old-man league and can be found on the golf course during his free time.