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Education & Professional Designations

University of Pennsylvania – Bachelor of Arts, International Relations

Professional & Community Affiliations

Innovating Commerce Serving Communities (ICSC) – Member and former Kansas/ Missouri NextGen Chair

Menorah Heritage Foundation – Vice President Investments

Olathe Economic Development Council Advisory Board

Jewish Community Campus – Board Member

Kansas City Business Journal’s NextGen Leaders – Class of 2019

Managing Partner

As Managing Partner and one of the firm’s top producers, Michael oversees LANE4’s business endeavors, investment portfolio, and staff of talented individuals. He focuses on growing the firm’s relationships with investors, community leaders, and professional partners, identifying and advancing the long-term goals of the company, while also continuing to facilitate his own deals and projects for his clients.

In his tenure, Michael has been personally responsible for the acquisition of LANE4 projects totaling over $200 million. Additionally, he has completed over $75 million in third-party investment sales, representing both buyers and sellers. He has been instrumental in many of LANE4’s most prominent projects, including the acquisition and redevelopment of 95Metcalf South (formerly Metcalf South Mall), the Downtown Olathe Library project, the acquisition and disposition of a $90 million multifamily portfolio, and the Downtown Lee’s Summit Market Plaza mixed-use project. He works to cultivate new equity and debt partners, both nationally and regionally and has a proven track record of incredibly successful asset management, investment brokerage, and equity procurement.

Before joining the LANE4 team in January 2013, Michael served as Vice President of Asset Management for Lincoln Property Company in Chicago, Illinois, where he was responsible for the portfolio management of Class A office properties totaling over $800 million throughout the United States. Prior to serving in the asset management role, he served as the analyst for a $1 billion nationwide portfolio of industrial properties. In both roles at Lincoln, he was involved in the full life cycle of real estate investments.