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Cohorts: A new feature to build camaraderie

Members in five different cohorts will remain together throughout the upcoming meetings, to develop networking and support relationships.

How Technology is Changing the Landscape of Commercial Real Estate: Leasing, Operations and Business Intelligence
Cohorts A and B attended this very popular panel, moderated by Brendan Fitzgerald Wallace of Grey Wolf, with Justin Alanis of Rentlytics; Michael Mandel of CompStak; Andrew Flint of VTS; and Riggs Kubiak of Honest Buildings.

Case Study and Discussion: Buying Cheap in Tennessee
Gary Tesch of McGuyer Home Builders and Jeff Baker of Savills Studley attended Cohort C's session, which was conducted by Asuka Nakahara, Associate Director of the Zell/Lurie Real Estate Center.

Nakahara's Case Study session
Asuka Nakahara directed the session, captivating a full house.

Denise Olsen of GEM Realty Capital and Bruce Gamble of Navigant Consulting.

Cohort D discussed Reimagining Undergraduate Business Education with Dean Lori Rosenkopf, Vice Dean and Director, Wharton Undergraduate Division.

Cohort E went on a Site Inspection to 3737 Chestnut St., conducted by William Martin, President, Marehall Advisors and Dave Yeager of Radnor Property Group. The property is a $115 million mixed-use redevelopment with 27 stories and 276 apartments.


The first panel: Is It Really Different This Time? What Do Users of Real Estate Really Want? The Perspectives on International Event Risk panel