Self-Storage Financing Advisor The BSC Group Names New Senior Vice President

The BSC Group LLC, a commercial real estate mortgage brokerage and advisory firm specializing in self-storage, has promoted Stephen Lee to senior vice president. His primary responsibility will be to source capital-markets debt products for a range of commercial real estate asset classes, including multi-family and self-storage. He’ll continue to serve clients in Chicago and Milwaukee.

“We are delighted with the professional growth we have witnessed during the four years we have worked with Stephen,” said company principal Devin Huber. “Stephen has a proven ability to structure market-leading executions for our clients, and his vast knowledge of debt products is an asset to the BSC group and its clients.”

During his tenure with BSC, Lee has closed more than $120 million in senior-debt transactions, with a primary focus on nonrecourse loan products for multi-family borrowers. In addition, he’s financed an array of other asset classes that include office, retail and industrial as well as some nontraditional types.

Lee is an active member of Lincoln Park Builders, Real Estate Investors Association, Southside Builders Association and Urban Land Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in real estate and finance from DePaul University.

Formed in 2009, BSC offers financial and loan advisory, mortgage brokerage and loan-workout solutions to commercial real estate property owners and investors, with a special emphasis on the self-storage market. Through its capital source network, it provides clients with access to debt and equity financing for commercial real estate investments nationwide.

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