Eric J. Fuglsang
Eric J. Fuglsang is a partner in and chair of the Real Estate Practice Group. He focuses his practice in commercial leasing and asset management, real estate finance, acquisitions and dispositions, and development.
He represents a diverse group of clients, including public and private corporate, commercial, governmental, and not-for-profit entities, in all facets of commercial leasing, asset management, acquisitions and dispositions, and real estate finance. This includes project development involving office, industrial, warehouse, medical, retail, airport, and multifamily assets across the country.
Eric’s depth of experience includes the leasing of pre-construction commercial office, industrial, warehouse, and medical office projects, the preparation and negotiation of pre-construction lease forms and agreements, and the leasing and licensing of consolidated rental car and air freight cargo facilities at several local airports. Additionally, Eric regularly represents landlords and tenants in a wide variety of leasing transactions, including high-profile anchor tenant, pre-construction, value-add, and redevelopment transactions.
Eric was individually listed in Chambers USA in 2018-2019 and has earned numerous other awards for excellence in the Real Estate industry.
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Education & Admissions
- University of Notre Dame, Mendoza College of Business, Certificate of Executive Management
- DePaul University College of Law, J.D.
- Elmhurst College, B.S., highest honors
- Leading Lawyers Network, Member
- American Bar Association, Member: Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Section
- Illinois State Bar Association, Member: Real Property Section
- Chicago Bar Association
- The Best Lawyers in America, 2013–2022
- Chambers USA, 2018–2019
- Illinois Super Lawyers, 2014–present
- Illinois Super Lawyers – Rising Stars, 2007–2011
What’s your favorite quote?
“I refuse to join any club that would have me as a member.” - Groucho Marx
What’s the best piece of advice you ever received?
Prior to entering law school, a former acquaintance from the business world once told me “Be a dealmaker, not a dealbreaker”. Simple, yet practical and effective, advice that has served me well over the years.
What was the first album you ever bought?
KISS Alive, a double album with full gatefold cover back when vinyl was neither hip nor of great quality, but at least better than 8-track tapes (and the younger folks will need to Google that reference).