Prior to that time, Mr. Glazier practiced law at Altheimer & Gray, and from 1992-1997 relocated to Prague, Czech Republic, where he founded Spectrum Realty. In 1995 Spectrum became the country’s largest independent commercial real estate brokerage firm.
Spectrum developed several projects in Prague’s historic district, including the Ungelt, one of Europe’s oldest market squares dating back to the 11th century. Deloitte & Touche and Voest Alpine, Austria’s largest company, located their Central European Headquarters in the Ungelt. The Uruguayan Embassy in Prague also chose the Ungelt for their location.
Mr. Glazier is a graduate of the University of Michigan and Harvard Law School.
Mr. Abdo graduated from University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign in 1995 with a BA Business and Advertising/Marketing. Upon graduation he was hired by J. Walter Thompson as an account supervisor on the on the Nortel and Motorola accounts.
Also prior to partnering with Glazier, Mr. Abdo spent three years managing a commercial store fixture manufacturing business where he was responsible for rolling out fixture designs and installations for clients such as Aldi and Dominick’s Finer Foods.
Tomasz Zakrzewski joined Glazier Development Group in 2004. He graduated from Agricultural Engineering Technical College in Grodkow, Poland in 1994, and served as a police officer in Wroclaw Poland prior to relocating to Chicago.
Mr. Zakrzewski’s focus at Glazier has been project management and construction coordination.