Midland Atlantic Properties Names Senior Advisor

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Midland Atlantic Properties has named Jacque Haynes a senior advisor. She is a designated Certified Commercial Investment Member and has more than 30 years of experience in the business. Haynes previously served as senior director at Cushman & Wakefield for nine years.

For the past several years she represented Duke Realty at Anson in Whitestown, generating more than 300,000 square feet of commercial development including shopping centers, hotels and restaurants and overall completed over $25M in transactions in 2017.

Haynes is an active member of ICSC, CCIM and Urban Land Institute where she serves as co-chair of ULI’s Women’s Leadership Initiative. Currently serving on the board of Vineyard Community Church, she previously served nationally as membership chair for CCIM Institute, past president of Indiana’s CCIM Chapter and was a charter board member for Dye’s Walk Country Club.

Haynes has also received many awards throughout her career including Top 10 Retail Broker (Americas), George C. Charbonneau Leadership and Performance Award, CCIM’s Jay Levin Leadership Award, CW’s President’s Club, Duke Realty Top Broker, Indianapolis Rising Star and CoStar Power Broker Awards.     

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