Inland National Development Company, LLC, a developer of residential, multifamily, hospitality, retail and senior housing properties, announced today that Anthony A. Casaccio, president, has been recognized in the 2017 Midwest Real Estate News Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame. This honor is given to experienced commercial real estate professionals throughout the Midwest, and is based on each individual’s accomplishments, longevity in the industry and service with association boards, among other criteria.
As president of INDC, Casaccio is responsible for managing the Company’s current portfolio of assets as well as cultivating the development of new residential, multifamily, hospitality and retail projects nationwide. Throughout his career, he has been instrumental in purchasing, sponsoring, owning, developing or redeveloping more than four million square feet of retail and industrial properties, more than 6,000 single-family residential lots and more than 500 affordable housing residences.
“I’m truly honored to be recognized for my commitment to the economic growth and cultural enhancement of the various communities we work with when developing projects,” said Casaccio. “Our Company’s success would not be possible without our dedicated and knowledgeable staff, and I’m grateful to have such a talented team in place.”
Casaccio is a licensed real estate managing broker in the State of Illinois and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers, the Urban Land Institute and the Conservation Foundation Advisory Board. Casaccio is also a board member for Pan American Bank, an Illinois community bank, and serves on the Bank’s Loan and Audit Committee.
The public is invited to join the County of DuPage at one of four upcoming public meetings to share ideas for improving transportation throughout the County. Public meetings are being held to receive public input on how the County can improve traffic flow, safety, system reliability, transit services, and more.
With anticipated growth and ongoing transportation needs, the County is seeking community input to create its first Long Range Transportation Plan. This plan, known as DuPage Connects, will govern transportation policies and practices at the County for the next 25 years. The goal of the plan is to create a vision and mission for the DuPage County Division of Transportation and to help ensure a sustainable and vibrant quality of life for residents and businesses.
All four meetings are identical in content and will be conducted in an open house format. The public is welcome to attend anytime between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Exhibits will be on display and County representatives will be available to answer questions. The meetings will provide information on the existing conditions and ways to stay informed about the plan process. Comment cards will be distributed and attendees will be encouraged to participate in an online survey.