About Our Principals
Wylene M. Danielley - Managing Broker
Ms. Danielley has been involved in business, private, and public property management for over 30 years. She was involved in various small family businesses in her childhood, including a restaurant, hardware store, and trucking company. In the 1980s, she worked for the Southland Corporation (7-Eleven Food Stores) managing over 40 stores with annual sales of more than $30 million. In the 1990s, she branched out into the real estate arena, working with both the public and private housing sectors. During this period, she worked for the Chicago Housing Authority and managed over 300 units in the Washington Park Community. In 2000, Ms. Danielley and Mr. Hart developed a program to provide full-service property management for large and small tax credit and low-income projects. Ms. Danielley is a licensed real estate managing broker in the State of Illinois and has bachelor and master degrees in psychology.
Jack W. Hart - Broker
Mr. Hart has been involved in Chicago's neighborhoods, primarily low-income ones, for 40 years. He worked for over 10 years as a community organizer in Chicago's Uptown neighborhood on tenant issues. He joined Mayor Washington's administration as assistant commissioner responsible for the administration of all city rehabilitation loan programs. He was involved in the initial formulation of such programs as the Chicago Housing partnership, which is still the model for the city's loan programs. Additionally, he was directly involved in the initial implementation of the low-housing tax credit and the city's heat receiver programs.
Mr. Hart has served as a property manager and real estate developer for various private real estate companies. He has extensive experience in the development and management of all types of housing in the city of Chicago, ranging from CHA public housing projects to upscale condominium buildings. Since 2001, Mr. Hart has served as chief executive officer of companies focusing on rescuing troubled tax credit projects, successfully restoring hundreds of affordable housing units to solvency. He is a licensed real estate managing broker in the State of Illinois and attended Roosevelt University, specializing in finance, accounting, and business administration.