Interra Realty announced it has promoted three of its brokers to new leadership positions. Paul Waterloo and Jeremy Morton have both been elevated from director to managing director, while Mark Dykstra has been promoted from associate to director.
“Interra prides itself on hiring top-quality brokers and giving them the tools to flourish and grow their business,” said David Goss, Interra co-founder and managing principal. “Paul, Jeremy and Mark all understand the power of building long-term relationships, which is why they have all been so successful in their time with us. Interra is lucky to have them on the team.”
Morton has been with Interra since 2015. His most notable recent transactions include the $4.2 million sale of a three-building, 33-unit mixed-use portfolio in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood, the $3.1 million sale of an 11-unit mixed-use building in Chicago’s Andersonville neighborhood and the $2.9 million sale of a two-building multifamily portfolio in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood.
A licensed real estate broker in Illinois, Morton is a graduate of Indiana University, where he obtained a bachelor’s in public affairs and management.
Waterloo joined Interra in 2017. He is a frequent collaborator with Interra Managing Partner Patrick Kennelly, and the pair won REjournals’ Brokerage Team of the Year for 2023. His most notable recent deals include the $21.8 million sale of a 130-unit mixed-use multifamily portfolio in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood, the $13.2 million sale of an 84-unit apartment complex in Oak Lawn, Illinois., and the $10.3 million sale of a 43-unit multifamily property in Evanston, Illinois.
Prior to joining Interra, Waterloo spent seven years at ADP, a Fortune 500 company, interfacing directly with business owners. A licensed real estate broker in Illinois, he is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he obtained a bachelor’s in marketing from the Gies College of Business.
Dykstra joined Interra in 2019 and, as an associate, has worked under Senior Managing Partner Joe Smazal. Prior to joining the firm, he held several internships with companies focused on investing, proptech and tax and accounting. He is a licensed real estate broker in Illinois and graduated from Indiana University with a bachelor’s in business administration and management.
Among the deals Dykstra has assisted on were the $23.5 million sale of The Cloisters – which, at the time, was the largest multifamily transaction in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood in a decade – and the $10.6 million sale of a 25-unit, mixed-use property in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.