Bob Wislow, chairman and CEO of Parkside Realty, a boutique real estate venture in Chicago, details the challenges and opportunities in the office sector amid the delta variant of the coronavirus. Wislow discusses his firm’s Fulton East development, a 12-story, 90,000-square-foot office and retail building in the West Loop, a booming work-live-play area in Chicago, and how the property leverages an array of technology to address public health and employee safety concerns. He also highlights aspects of downtown markets to help ensure cities rebound from COVID-19.
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Tech’s Vital Role in Returning to the Office with Parkside Realty’s Bob Wislow
37:34Bob Wislow, chairman and CEO of Parkside Realty, a boutique real estate venture in Chicago, details the challenges and opportunities in the office sector amid the delta variant of the coronavirus. Wislow discusses his firm’s Fulton East development, a 12-story, 90,000-square-foot office and retail building in the West Loop, a booming work-live-play area in Chicago, and how the property leverages an array of technology to address public health and employee safety concerns. He also highlights aspects of downtown markets to help ensure cities rebound from COVID-19.
Mitigating Leasing Risk in Turbulent Times with Soozi Jones Walker, CCIM, SIOR
37:21Soozi Jones Walker, CCIM, SIOR, is president and broker of Commercial Executives Real Estate Services in Las Vegas. In a market upended by COVID-19, she discusses the challenges faced by industry professionals in lease negotiations, the importance of communication between tenant and landlord, and creative solutions for troubled assets, including adaptive reuse.
Creating Iconic Real Estate Hubs and Innovative Capital Sourcing with Jamestown CEO Matt Bronfman
32:12Matt Bronfman is principal and CEO of Jamestown, a global real estate investment and management company that has completed iconic downtown projects including Chelsea Market in New York, Ponce City Market in Atlanta, and San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square. He discusses the secret to the firm’s enduring success throughout its 37-year history, supporting tenants during COVID-19, and strategies for approaching the retail space from a unique perspective. He also details Jamestown’s new direct-to-consumer platform to encourage investment from new sources.
REITs as CRE Emerges from COVID-19 with David Bonser with Hogan Lovells
31:38David Bonser, co-head of Hogan Lovells's global REIT practice, sees a bright future for institutional investment in commercial real estate as the country begins its recovery from COVID-19. He discusses the opportunities and challenges facing REITs in various commercial real estate sectors including office, retail, and industrial. Bonser also examines consolidation in the REIT market, noting what such activity could mean for CRE on the whole.
Environmental improvements and C-PACE in CRE with Randy Eckers, Akerman's Real Estate Practice Group
20:26Randy Eckers, chair of the real estate finance practice for Akerman LLP, wants to raise awareness for the Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy program or C-PACE. This avenue for financing has plenty of potential for CRE projects aimed at environmental improvements in existing and new properties. Through C-PACE, developers, owners, investors, and operators can access low-cost, long-term, fixed rate upfront financing across CRE markets.
Keys to Overcoming Challenges in Workforce Housing with Sabal’s Pat Jackson
34:35Pat Jackson, founder and CEO of Sabal Capital Partners, a financial services firm focused on investing and lending in workforce housing, knows what it will take to meet growing demand in the multifamily submarket. In this episode, he details the challenges in workforce housing, including tight margins, changing demographics, and aging properties. Jackson also highlights some opportunities for CRE professionals in a post-COVID-19 world.
Last-Mile, Supply Chain & Infrastructure Solutions with CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway
29:40Armed with new research from the American Society of Civil Engineers, CCIM Institute Chief Economist K.C. Conway, CCIM, MAI, CRE, dives into the challenges and opportunities associated with last-mile logistics, supply chain, and infrastructure. He also discusses the impact of these factors across property types and the data and considerations needed for commercial real estate professionals to succeed in this environment.
Deloitte’s John D’Angelo Sees AI as an Exciting Technological Development for CRE
28:13Managing director at Deloitte Consulting John D’Angelo specializes in operational transformation in real estate operating companies, investment managers, and service providers. In this episode, he details the vast potential of artificial intelligence, process automation, and the Internet of Things in commercial real estate. These technologies can help leverage data across asset classes to improve decision-making, an especially appealing prospect in responding to COVID-19.
Behind Cold Storage’s Hot Streak in Industrial with JLL Managing Director Tim O’Rourke
18:11Managing Director at JLL, Tim O’Rourke is a team leader for the industrial services group in Los Angeles and a member of JLL’s Supply Chain & Logistics Group. O'Rourke discusses the emergence of cold storage as a strong niche within the robust industrial sector. He also details the important driving factors, including population and production, as well as the impact of infrastructure, ESG, and technology.
Examining Cross-Border CRE Investment with BFIN’s Managing Partner Maggie Coleman: Part 2
32:19In the second of a special two-part series, Maggie Coleman, managing partner with BFIN, where she leads the Private Capital Authority real estate platform, details regional differences in how foreign capital views the U.S. and what different CRE sectors might expect in 2021.