Stephanie Bujwit

Stephanie Bujwit

Director, Research & Analytics

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Professional Summary

As vice president of analytics and research  in the downtown Chicago office, I specialize in coordinating with team members and clients to develop comprehensive financial analyses that are highly project-specific. I consult and strategize with clients to develop the most appropriate analytical approach to take relative to their needs.  

With my vast experience in market research and in conjunction with my analytics role, I oversee the market research function in the Chicago office and am an active and integral part of a global team of researchers. With more than 10 years of experience in both research and analytics, I create portfolio-wide optimization strategies for clients highlighting efficiencies in space utilization and rents. Combining my knowledge of the market with detailed financial reports, I help clients analyze and benchmark their position and create maximum leverage.

My work often includes developing proformas to project estimated costs, utilizing a blend and extend analysis to leverage negotiations with landlords for reduced rental rates and producing other financial models that ensure tenants achieve the lowest real estate cost structure possible.


  • Argus Enterprise
  • Commercial Property Research Certification
  • Published in Multiple Real Estate News Journals


  • BA, National-Louis University

Memberships & Involvements

  • YREP
  • Active Volunteer for Junior Achievement of Chicago


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Featured Research
Feb 7, 2019
2018 Q4 Chicago Downtown Office Report
Chicago’s Central Business District reported 3,496 of negative net absorption in the fourth quarter and ended the year with 1,365,000 square feet of positive net absorption. Although there was minimal negative net absorption in the fourth quarter, the delivery of 210 N. Carpenter with Google’s space still vacant was a factor in vacancy rate increasing by 10 basis points to 12.9 percent.
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Oct 30, 2018
2018 Q3 Chicago Downtown Office Report
Chicago’s downtown office market posted a relatively slow quarter of demand throughout the third quarter of the year, reporting 245,696 square feet of positive net absorption, bringing the Central Business District’s total net absorption to 1,343,149 square feet of positive demand thru the first nine months of the year. As a result of sluggish absorption during the third quarter, the vacancy rate decreased by a mere ten basis points to a total of 12.7 percent.
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Jul 31, 2018
2018 Q2 Chicago Downtown Office Report
Chicago's downtown office market posted another strong quarter of demand during the second quarter of the year, reporting 674,727 square feet of positive net absorption, bringing the Central Business District's total net absorption to 1,013,805 square feet of positive demand thru the first six months of the year. Despite the quarter's strong demand, the deliveries of John Buck's 807,000 square foot Tower at 151 N. Franklin, White Oak Realty's 440,000 square foot development at 625 W. Adams, and Sterling Bay's 547,000 square foot build to suit for McDonald's at 110 N. Carpenter accounted for approximately 1.8 million square feet of supply during the quarter, which drove the CBD's vacancy rate up 60 basis points to 12.7 percent
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