G. Joseph Cosenza is a vice chairman and one of the four original principals of The Inland Real Estate
Group, Inc. As president of lnland Real Estate Acquisitions, Inc. he currently supervises an extensive staff engaged in
property acquisitions and due diligence. Also a consultant to other real estate entities and lending institutions, Joe has
personally overseen and/or negotiated the purchase of nearly $42 billion of income-producing real estate for
Inland in over 3,300 individual deals, of which over 700 are in the Greater Chicagoland Area. Joe's one-of-a-kind, high
volume deal making has received many awards in the industry. Most recently he was inducted in the Chicago
Association of REALTORS® (CAR) Hall of Fame at the organization's 128th Inaugural Gala and was honored with induction by Midwest Real Estate News into their 2015 Hall of Fame.
Senior Vice President - Texas Offices
Matthew Tice joined Inland in 2003 as vice president of Inland’s Property management and acquisitions negotiator.
During his 13 years at Inland, he has been responsible for financing lines of credit for Inland-related parties and negotiating more
than 240 acquisitions, totaling more than $6 billion and nearly 25 million square feet. Most notably, he completed a
$520 million acquisition of 39 shopping centers from Newquest Properties, the $300 million acquisition of Southlake Town Square,
the $359 million 8 property Collette portfolio and has completed over $700 million in financing for Inland Entities.
Prior to joining Inland, he was the Director of IT for Transplace.
Tice has a bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from Texas A&M University and is a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Senior Vice President
Mark Cosenza is responsible for purchasing properties and is involved
in securing financing. Mark began his career as a vice president of property management and
acquisitions negotiator. Since joining the acquisition team in 2006, Mark has acquired more
than 200 properties totaling more than $3 billion and more than 21 million square feet. Most
notably, he completed a $424 million acquisition of 16 shopping centers from a joint venture
between TIAA-CREF and Developers Diversified Realty in 2010 and the acquisition of 19
shopping centers from Australian Macquarie CountryWide Trust in 2009. Prior to joining Inland,
he was a market maker at the Chicago Board of Options Exchange. Mark was honored in Real
Estate Forum magazine's "40 under 40" in October 2012 and is chairman emeritus of
the Downers Grove Economic Development Corporation. He is also a member of the International
Council of Shopping Centers and a member of the Chicago Association of REALTORS® (CAR).
Mark is a graduate of the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University and a licensed
broker in Illinois.
Senior Vice President
Sharon Anderson-Cox is senior vice-president and is responsible for supervising due diligence as well as purchasing properties. While performing these various roles, Sharon has acquired and/or overseen more than $10 billion in potential acquisitions. Sharon began her career with Inland in 1981 as a real estate paralegal, spent several years in property management overseeing the insurance risk portfolio and held positions with Inland Midwest Development Corporation before joining the acquisitions team in 2002. She is a member of the Chicago Association of REALTORS® (CAR) and the Forest Park Economic Development Committee. Sharon is a graduate of Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, and holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting.