The Pacific Northwest Chapter hosted Walt Niehoff and John Chau of LMN Architects, the two principal designers working on the proposed 4/C Project (Fourth and Columbia) in downtown Seattle. This building is set to become the tallest structure in downtown Seattle, as well as the tallest building on the West Coast.
The Southwest Chapter’s April breakfast meeting featured an overview of the “CRE Top Ten Issues Affecting Real Estate,” the annual list developed by the CRE External Affairs Committee.
The Delaware Valley Chapter held their annual Real Estate Symposium in conjunction with Villanova University on May 4. The event featured panels on Capital Markets, Medical Real Estate, Affordable Housing, and Transit Oriented Development.
On May 18, the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter will hold a luncheon presentation on Mixed Use Development, featuring Jonathan Brisden, CEO of Midway Companies.
On May 19, the New England Chapter’s session on Resort Development will feature Les Otten former head of American Skiing Co., and former part owner of the Red Sox to speak about his plan to convert the “Balsams Resort” in the New Hampshire north country into a first class resort complex.
On May 25, the Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter will host 2016 CRE Chair of the Board, Jim Lee. Jim will discuss the CRE Strategic Plan and issues facing the organization.
In June, the Connecticut Chapter is set to host University of Connecticut Professor John Glasscock, Director of the university’s Real Estate center for a market discussion at The Mory’s Association.
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