Artemis Properties, Inc., is a fully-integrated commercial real estate company focusing on real estate investment, development, management and leasing of commercial office buildings and retail shopping centers. The firm, headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, manages a diverse portfolio encompassing more than 1,000,000 square feet of commercial space in the Maryland region.
Lou joined Artemis Properties in 2018 and holds responsibility in financing, leasing and developing all property types as well as the long-term strategic planning for the portfolio. From 2015 to 2017, Lou worked as an account director for Jones Lang LaSalle and prior to that, he was president and a principal at Colliers International | Baltimore.
Before entering the real estate industry in 2006, Lou worked for Price Waterhouse Coopers as part of their initiative to hire junior military officers. Lou spent five years serving in the U.S. Army as a field artillery officer earning the rank of Captain.
Lou earned a Bachelor of Science degree in economics from the United States Military Academy at West Point and graduated from Loyola University’s Sellinger School of Business Executive MBA Program. Lou currently serves as a member of the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore’s Executive Board and the Center Club’s Board of Governors while also being the past Board Chair of the Baltimore Station.
Before joining Artemis Properties in 2018, Tim Hearn served as a senior managing director for Jones Lang LaSalle where his leadership responsibilities focused on the Mid-Atlantic Investor Services Suite. Tim’s responsibilities included the development and execution of strategy for the property management group, which consisted of 300 property management, accounting and building engineering professionals engaging at over 40 million square feet of commercial buildings in the region.
In addition to currently being enrolled in the University of Maryland University College, Master’s in Healthcare Administration program, Tim also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree after attending Brown University and Loyola University Maryland.
As a heavily involved member of the community, Tim has chaired several capital campaigns, built committees and held leadership roles on several boards including: the Board of Trustees of the Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Health System, the Friends School of Baltimore, the Advisory Committee for Stevenson University and the Stella Maris/Mercy Hospital of Baltimore. In addition to being a member of the Executive Committee of the Maryland Hospital Association, Tim also served as the organization’s treasurer.
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