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Jim Eischens is the CEO of his portfolio of management companies. Eischen’s portfolio of properties includes: The Elysian, DoubleTree by Hilton Minneapolis- U of M, University Inn, The Remington, The Denn, Eagle Crossing- 633 Ontario, 810, 814, 818 8th St apartments, 1088 16th Ave house, 1103 5th St house, 513 8t… Read More
Jim Eischens is the CEO of his portfolio of management companies. Eischen’s portfolio of properties includes: The Elysian, DoubleTree by Hilton Minneapolis- U of M, University Inn, The Remington, The Denn, Eagle Crossing- 633 Ontario, 810, 814, 818 8th St apartments, 1088 16th Ave house, 1103 5th St house, 513 8th Ave house, 315 27th Ave SE commercial building, 620 Olson Memorial Hwy (a charter school under construction), and the Elbow Lake Lodge in Cook, MN.

Eischens was inspired to pursue a career in real estate while looking for a place to live during his final days of school at the University of Minnesota. He realized that if he bought a house — instead of renting — he could rent out the extra rooms in his place to help cover the mortgage and housing costs. Once this investment proved to be successful, Jim Eischens found another piece of rental investment property to do the same thing. From there, his real estate business continued to grow to more complex and challenging projects.

Outside of work, Jim has a passion for traveling and immersing himself in the diverse cultures and countries around the globe. He relishes the opportunity to explore both domestically and internationally, as it presents the unique opportunity to expose yourself to the wide variety of life perspectives, religions, and cultures that exist throughout the world. He has become enthralled with the benefits that come from exposing yourself to new people and places.

Jim Eischens is also an active community member and committed philanthropist who cares deeply about giving back. He credits his commitment to civic service and the community to his desire to be a well-rounded individual and participant in society.

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Hill Farm History Society

Still standing strong on the property of the Hill Farm History Society includes the dairy, the granary, and the blacksmith shop. All three building have been put on the Register of Historic Places. The Historical Society works tirelessly to maintain and restore as much of Hill Farm as po… Read More
Hill Farm History Society

Still standing strong on the property of the Hill Farm History Society includes the dairy, the granary, and the blacksmith shop. All three building have been put on the Register of Historic Places. The Historical Society works tirelessly to maintain and restore as much of Hill Farm as possible. They mostly rely on their gracious volunteers to operate the nonprofit. Throughout the year, volunteers, like Jim Eischens, help to carry out programs and events to highlight the importance of maintaining the farm. Providing the community with exciting events is the key role of the volunteers. Besides the tours and communal activities, the Hill Farm Historical Society spends time researching the history of the farm.

St. Odilia School

Jim Eischens is a youth basketball coach for the St. Odilia teams. He supports the youth sports teams all around the area.

Ronald McDonald House Charities

Jim Eischens and his family are frequent donors and volunteers to the Ronald McDonald house. This program provides support to families who are facing challenging pediatric medical scenarios. Read Less
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