Suzanne Hendrick

Suzanne Hendrick

EVP & Managing Director Asset Management


    Suzanne Hendrick is an Executive Vice President and Director of Asset Management for MB Real Estate. She joined the firm in January 2013 as a Senior Vice President of Asset Management and has played an integral role in directing challenging projects, supporting business development, and delivering exceptional client service and returns. Suzanne is responsible for managing and guiding the firm’s property portfolio, acting as leader and mentor to on-site management teams, directing day-to-day operations of the group, as well as leading business development and strategy.

    Prior to joining MB Real Estate, Suzanne was a Vice President at The John Buck Company (JBC) and held the position of General Manager at 111 South Wacker Drive, a trophy Class A+ high-rise office building in downtown Chicago. In this role, Suzanne was primarily responsible for ownership and tenant satisfaction, increasing profitability and building value, and continuous enhancement of overall building operations. The building obtained “The Outstanding Building of the Year (TOBY) award in 2011 under her management. She also was the project administrator for the building’s LEED-EBOM gold certification in 2010. Additionally, Suzanne sat on various committees that implemented portfolio-wide initiatives such as customer service and sustainability.

    Suzanne has over 30 years of experience in the real estate industry. Prior to working at JBC, Suzanne had managed several buildings in downtown Chicago with Hines Interests. She has been involved in the strategic repositioning of several notable assets such as 200 West Monroe, 321 North Clark, and 303 East Wacker.


    • B.B.A. - Public Accounting, Loyola University Chicago

    • Licensed real estate broker in the State of Illinois
    • LEED Green Associate

    • Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA-Chicago), Board Member 
    • The John Buck Company Civic Involvement Committee, member since 2008, 2011 Chair