Max Kosoglad is a fourth-generation commercial real estate agent who grew up in Highland Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, and studied Business & Finance.
Max has worked at Block & Company, Inc., Realtors for over ten years in landlord/tenant representation, buyer/seller representation, new development, investment sales and 1031 exchanges. While specializing in the Hospitality and Retail niches of commercial real estate representing some of the worlds largest hotel brands such as Marriott International, Hilton Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels, and Choice Hotels, Max has been involved in the sales of hotel development ground, existing hotels, and buildings for adaptive reuse and conversion projects.
Max's expertise in the restaurant & retail industry is as equally impressive as his success in the hospitality sector. One example is the crucial roles Max played in selling, leasing and consulting for the developer of Corbin Park, one of Kansas City's premiere shopping centers. Since Corbin Park's conception, Max has successfully negotiated sale/lease deals with major brands such as Maggiano's Little Italy, 810 Zone Bar & Grill, Firebirds Woodfired Grill, Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Qdoba, Zoe's Kitchen, Ya Ya's Euro Bistro, Lark Burger, Corner Bakery, Hal Smith Restaurant Group and Brew Top Pub & Patio within the center.
A longtime member of ICSC and KCRAR, Max's success during the past ten years has garnered the attention of the business community. In 2010, KC Business Magazine nominated Max as one of Kansas City's rising stars. Max's loyalty to his clients has been a key factor in establishing long-lasting relationships in the commercial real estate arena and his overall success as a retail and hospitality specialist.
Max and his wife, Michelle, currently reside in Overland Park, Kansas with their two young children. He is an avid hockey player and has been for over 20 years. Max's other hobbies include snow skiing, scuba diving, spending time with family and traveling. Max also donates his time and resources to many charitable organizations such as the Emilie Rosebud Diabetes Research Foundation and the Kansas City Jewish Federation.