Betting on Real Estate in the City or the Suburbs…or Hedging Your Bet? Overcoming Development & Financing Obstacles
What are the real estate trends from suburban to urban and vice-versa across city/suburban boundary lines? Learn how residential, office, industrial, retail and other development is affected by the tides of populations moving between urban and suburban at different points in their lives, how these trends are impacting issues such as property taxes/abatement, wage taxes, demographic trends and other facts. Hear from this top-notch panel:
George E. Casey, Jr., President, Stockbridge Associates, and newly-retired CEO of Orleans Homes, on how differences in how the company is marketing and constructing homes in the suburbs differently.
Robert W. Freedman, Senior Partner & General Counsel for The Goldenberg Group, developing residential, office and mixed-use projects in urban and suburban settings, will talk about how these differ.
Brian O’Neill, Founder and Chairman, O’Neill Properties, on what’s trending in suburban/urban mixed-use development.
Bernie Shields, Group Manager for Real Estate, M&T Bank, on the lending climate – what lenders need and how it varies depending on location.
Gerard H. Sweeney, Founder, President & CEO of Brandywine Realty Trust, a publicly-traded company listed on the NY Stock Exchange (BDN) with a $6 billion market capitalization and more than 40 million square feet in select markets across the nation.
MODERATOR: Daniel M. DiLella, Sr., President & CEO, Equus Capital Partners (formerly BPG Properties).
Special Thanks to our Title Sponsors: M&T Bank and Morgan Lewis; and Supporting Sponsors: Federal Realty Investment Trust and Marcus & Millichap.