Case Study of a Deal: Part 1 – The Chestnut Street Deal
Part 1: Financing/Acquisitions Phase – The Chestnut Street Deal (The Collins)
Join us on March 8th, as joint venture partners J.P. Morgan Asset Management and Brickstone Realty, and financier Santander Bank discuss the acquisition/financing phase of the real estate investment process by sharing how a 300K+ sf mixed-use project came to fruition in Philadelphia’s Midtown Village. The deal, “Chestnut St,” features 112 multifamily units (The Collins), as well as office, parking, and retail tenants such as Target, Target, Wine and Spirits, and PetSmart. The discussion will focus on the conceptualization and market opportunities; the appealing aspects of the deal; different obstacles each group encountered and overcame and much more in the first part of this series.
John J. Connors, President, Brickstone Realty Corporation
Jess Goss, Asset Manager, JP Morgan
Laura Rossi, Vice President, Santander Bank
Case Study of a Deal: A Three-Part Series
ULI presents a three-part series covering each major phase of the real estate investment process. This training covers the acquisition/financing phase in part one, the construction/leasing phase in part two, and ends with the operations/disposition phase in part three from the perspective of the financing and equity partners to the developers to the leasing agents and operators. Each part of the series will use a different project in the city as a focal point for the discussion.
So, if you ever wanted to know what the other side of the table was thinking, wanted to learn about a phase of real estate investment that you don’t usually work on, or were just too afraid to ask questions about the real estate investment process, this event is for you.
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Pricing* Registration limited to members only until March 1st.
- Private Member: $45
- Public Member & Under 35 Member:$40
- Student Member: $35
*All prices will rise $15 after online registration closes on March 6, 2018
Refunds can be made up to 48 hours in advance.