DATE: March 07, 2013
TIME: 07:30AM - 12:00PM
LOCATION: Crystal Tea Room, Philadelphia
Thursday, March 7, 2013
7:30AM - 7:55AM
7:55AM - 8:00AM
8:00AM - 8:50AM
Senior-level executives from the most active real estate firms in Philadelphia offer a frank, stage-setting look at the biggest and most important trends affecting real estate in Philadelphia now: Obama's re-election, the economy, job growth and retention, "eds and meds," the influx and exodus of major tenants, the development pipeline, investor interest and price structuring, and more.
Phil Rosenfeldt, Institutional Real Estate Practice Group Leader, Blank Rome LLP
Scott Gabrielsen,, President, Commercial, Binswanger
Bill Glazer, President and CEO, Keystone Property Group
Brad Korman, Co-CEO, Korman Communities
Art Pasquarella, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, BPG Properties, Ltd.
Bob Walters, Executive Managing Director, CBRE
8:50AM - 9:10AM
9:10AM - 10:00AM
Who is lending today and on what terms? What creative capital sources are available today? This panel will examine what borrowers are looking for, the most popular capital structures, and the short- and long-term outlook for the capital markets.
Robert Fahey, Executive Vice President, CBRE
Ed Brown, Senior Vice President - Managing Director, NorthMarq Capital
David Dolan, Senior Managing Director, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank
Timothy Proctor, Senior Vice President, TD Bank
Brian Sykes, Senior Vice President, Originations, Beech Street Capital
Chris Terlizzi, SVP and Regional Manager, First Niagara Bank
10:00AM - 10:20AM
10:20AM - 11:10AM
A distinguished group of dealmakers forecasts leasing, investment, and development across the property sectors in Philadelphia.
Joseph Kessler, Partner, Chair, Real Estate Group, Dilworth Paxson LLP
Jose Cruz, Senior Managing Director, HFF
Joe Fetterman, Executive Vice President, Strategic Initiatives, Colliers International
Paul Garvey, Senior Director, Cushman & Wakefield
Brad Nathanson, First Vice President, Investments,, Marcus & Millichap
11:10AM - 12:00PM
Hear Philadelphia-based corporate space-users and tenant reps discuss their approach to doing business in today’s challenging marketplace: site and office selection in the city vs. the suburbs, how the Navy Yard is changing the game, owning vs. leasing, the local economy and job market impact on decisions, and the overall burdens and benefits of doing business in Philadelphia.
Jonathan M. Grosser, Partner, Chair of the Real Estate Practice Group, Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young, LLP
Ray Milora, Project Executive, Navy Yard & Director, Customer Experience, GlaxoSmithKline
Catherine A. Pullen, Corporate Managing Director, Studley
Thomas Sklow, Vice President and City Manager, Liberty Property Trust