Posts Tagged ‘Commercial Real Estate’

Ed Fritsch, President and CEO, Highwoods Properties, Inc.

Posted on: February 13th, 2017 by Allison Andrews

On this episode we look at the evolving landscape of commercial real estate from changing work spaces to disruptors and how the Carolinas fare competitively. Panelists: Lew Ebert, President and CEO, North Carolina Chamber and Bob Quinn, Executive Director, SCRA.

Charles Way Jr., Chairman, The Beach Company

Posted on: January 23rd, 2016 by Allison Andrews

Panelists: David Doctor, E4; Ivan Urlaub, NCSEA
Topics include energy to commercial real estate and the SC State financial controversy.

Tom Finke, CEO, Babson Capital

Posted on: September 6th, 2015 by Allison Andrews

Global Economic Development, Commercial Real Estate, and Foreign Investment are just some of the topics. Panelists Ben Haskew, President, Greenville Chamber of Commerce and John Paul Galles, Publisher, Greater Charlotte Biz join the conversation.

Commercial Real Estate

Posted on: December 27th, 2014 by Allison Andrews

Commercial real estate experts discuss the growth boom in the Carolinas. From office space to multi-family units, the panel explores what’s fueling the demand. Panelists include Jon Bell, Bell Partners; Ned Curran, The Bissell Companies; Paige Kennedy, Carolina Commercial Real Estate; and David Lockwood, Colliers International.

The Rise of Commercial Real Estate

Posted on: September 5th, 2014 by admin

Construction cranes have returned to the skylines of several cities in the Carolinas following the Great Recession and the real estate collapse. We gathered four of our region’s preeminent real estate practitioners to share their insight on how developers are catering to Millennials, the return-on-investment for LEED-certified properties and whether investments in transportation and utility infrastructure are keeping pace with the needs of both states. Andy Andrews of Dominion Realty Partners, Jonathan Good of NAI Earle Furman, Emma Littlejohn of The Littlejohn Group and David Lockwood of Colliers International join the conversation.


Manufacturing Outlook

Posted on: December 13th, 2013 by admin

A skilled workforce and low energy costs continue to fuel the resurgence of manufacturing in the Carolinas. Still,  Sonoco President & CEO Jack Sanders believes South Carolina’s underfunded transportation infrastructure and industrial tax policy need to be addressed to sustain the region’s economic growth. On this program, Sanders discusses his company’s outlook for domestic and foreign expansion, as well as the need for additional resources at technical and community colleges. Doug Copeland of The Business Journal of the Greater Triad and David Lockwood of Colliers International join the conversation.


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