Weekly Roundup – May 18, 2020

A weekly roundup of events, webcasts and more from our supporters across the Real Estate industry.

Marcus & Millichap: Retail Trends 2020

Monday | May 18, 2020 | 3:00 PM (Central)

Join Marcus & Millichap for an engaging panel discussion with industry leaders on the retail real estate investment market – The Shape of Things to Come: How Will the Economy and Retail Real Estate Look After the Global Health Crisis? 

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Bisnow Webinar: Capital Markets: What’s The New Price Of Risk & Uncertainty

Tuesday | May 19, 2020 | 1:30 PM (Central)

Join Bisnow and industry experts Pam Boneham, managing director and head of capital strategies at Barings and John Hofmann VP, Senior Mortgage Banker, KeyBank Real Estate Capital for a free in-depth discussion on the possible path to recovery of Chicago CRE investment and acquisitions markets.

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Walker & Dunlap: Walker Webcast with Dr. Margaret (Peggy) Hamburg

Wednesday | May 20, 2020 | 12:30 PM (Eastern)

Willy will host the Walker Webcast with his guest, Dr. Margaret (Peggy) Hamburg, the former Commissioner of FDA and current Foreign Secretary at the National Academy of Medicine. They will discuss COVID-19 vaccine development and how the introduction of a vaccine could be the catalyst to fully reopen the economy and get back to business.

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Roosevelt University: Tips for Working at Home Webinar

Thursday | May 21, 2020 | 12:00 PM (Central)

Join Pola live from Paris as she covers a range of remote-working topics, from accepting that not every day will be a home run during the coronavirus crisis, through creating the best routine for productivity, to taking care of your well-being and finding work-life balance.

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NAIOP Advantage Series Webinar: Repurposing Retail Centers: Profiles in Adaptation, Repositioning and Redevelopment

Thursday | May 21, 2020 | 12:30 PM (Eastern)

The declining prospects of North America’s shopping malls have been the subject of significant media attention, industry concern and public interest, and the current pandemic is contributing to the downsizing and bankruptcy of several large retailers and will likely hasten the closure of many traditional malls. However, while many of these properties may no longer support a traditional mall, they are often strong candidates for redevelopment.

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Posted May 18, 2020
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