With almost three decades of experience in the real estate industry…

Randy Fifield blazed a trail many women chose not to pursue. With a design-forward, yet practical approach for creating spaces that felt and worked better for people, Randy set herself apart from competition in the industry. She partnered with her husband Steve in 1999, and together they completed multiple successful development projects including an $80 million renovation of the Chicago Civic Opera House, and the $800 million K Station development with 2,145 units in five apartment towers in Chicago’s up-and-coming West Loop. Randy now oversees the design, marketing, and execution of development projects across key markets.


She has been honored by the LA Lakers and Comerica Bank as Business Woman of the Year in Los Angeles. In Chicago, Randy was Connect Media’s 2017 Women in Real Estate Honoree, was the recipient of the 2017 Women in Construction Woman of the Year Award and has been honored by Chicago Business Journal and Crain’s as a notable female executive.


Randy attended Northwestern University. She serves as a board member of Northwestern Prentice Hospital and Children’s Memorial Hospital. Randy and family have donated The Fifield Family Labor and Delivery at Northwestern Prentice Hospital and the Fifield Family Bridge at Lurie Children’s Hospital.



My Gold Coast Home featured in Traditional Home Magazine



HGTV’s Front Door features Randy Fifield and Avant on LA’s new trend toward luxury apartments

HGTV featured Randy Fifield and the Avant apartment complex that opened earlier this year on leading the trend for Angeleno’s who are moving into luxury rental apartments instead of buying traditional real estate. “Randy Fifield, vice chair of the Fifield Companies, is on top of this trend,” according to HGTV’s FrontDoor.com, “…