On this week’s episode of The CRE News Hour, the latest news and headlines from the commercial real estate markets, and feature stories including:
- The ribbon cutting for a new urban park on a pier in Camden, New Jersey, one of the country’s poorest cities, but one that’s on the recovery trail with a number of new CRE developments including headquarters buildings for several major companies.
- A look at multifamily development in Chicago with Bentley Phillips, founder of Chicago-based Spaces Real Estate.
- A profile of Joe Doherty of FCA Architects, an expert in designing behavioral health facilities.
- Excerpts of a panel discussion, “Women Changing the City,” sponsored by the Center City Proprietors Association in Philadelphia, including two prominent executives in the CRE space, Lauren Gilchrist, senior vice president of JLL and Annina M. Hogan, executive vice president, Remington & Vernick Engineers. You can also purchase a complete podcast of the panel, which also included the Hon. Phyllis W. Beck, chair and CFO, Independence Foundation; Angela Val, chief administrative officer, Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau, and moderator Elizabeth Wellington, lifestyle columnist, The Philadelphia Inquirer.
(Photo of CCPA Panel, Women Changing the City, 5/23/2019 by Chris Grant , JamesGrant Design/Photo Courtesy CCPA)