Dealmaker Power Panel
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.Moderator
Phil Rosenfeldt, Institutional Real Estate Practice Group Leader, Blank Rome LLPPanelists
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
IRVINE, CA—Following an extended period of strong growth, “pricing across commercial real estate has entered a period of lethargy during the past three months,” says Peter Muoio at Ten-X.
NEW YORK CITY—“We believe that the outlook for the multifamily and student housing sectors remains strong,” says Investcorp’s Herb Myers.
SAN DIEGO—Consumers are spending more money on experiences than material goods, including their homes, which gives the CRE industry insight into future projects and planning, MasterCard’s Sarah Quinlan tells attendees at MBA’s CREF/Multifamily Housing Convention & Expo 2017.
SAN DIEGO—Speakers during the general session Monday at MBA’s CREF 2017 conference say that the blueprint for the future will focus on effective flow of capital, transformational technology, and on achieving meaningful diversity in our industry.