Lynn Thurber, former Chairman and CEO of LaSalle Investment Management
November 10, 2021 | "Breakfast" Series: Economic Outlook
Listen in to hear Dr. Zahi Ben-David and Neil Bhutta discuss the current housing market and what has driven the recent housing boom. They also discuss what the future of the housing market could look like based on trends we're seeing.
Dr. Itzhak (Zahi) Ben-David | Center for Real Estate Academic Director
Neil Bhutta | Chief of the Real Estate Finance Section at the Federal Reserve Board.
September 14, 2021 | Environmental, Social and Governance Programs in Today's World
On this webinar, our panel discussed how investors, real estate firms, insurance companies and lenders are integrating each component of ESG: Environmental, Social and Governance. Given the proven link between investor returns and a company’s focus upon ESG, how should companies prioritize and implement an ESG program? What resources are there for firms that are new to the process? How can a vibrant ESG program mitigate risks, both reputational and financial?
Christy Hill | Managing Director at PGIM Real Estate and the head of Americas Asset Management.
Sara Anzinger | Senior Vice President of Capital Markets at Measurabl
Alex Symes | Director, is a member of the Global Real Assets Research team for BlackRock
June 8, 2021 | Returning to the Workplace Post-Pandemic
Learn how large multinational companies are managing their back to the workplace process. Have expectations of employers changed? What about expectations of their most valuable resource – their people? How will this affect demand for office space and rents? What are the implications for Central Ohio and beyond? What are the impacts on both the global and local workforce?
Jeri Ballard Executive Vice President of Real Estate, Business Operations Centres, and Corporate Travel Royal Dutch Shell
Michael Patrick Davidson Managing Director Head of Corporate Real Estate JP Morgan Chase & Co.
In early 2020, the global pandemic sent millions of employees to work from home, boosted eCommerce as crowded storefronts became less safe, and caused supply chain issues that continue to this day. Now that there is hope inspired by a vaccine rollout and a possible end in sight, what does the future of commercial real estate look like?
This period of immense change has brought many questions. Will companies need more office space to accommodate social distancing, or less space due to preferences for a permanent work from home economy? Will demand for warehouse space continue to grow to account for uncertain inventory demands, or will businesses return to just-in-time efficiencies? Which areas of retail will regain their footing, and which will never recover? Listen to this webinar, co-hosted by The Center for Operational Excellence and The Center for Real Estate, to hear more about the post-pandemic real estate landscape and the implications for all of us.
Panelists include Yaromir Steiner, CEO, Steiner & Associates; Matt Wersel, Managing Partner, Mohr Partners; Carl Deluca, Head of Real Estate, Americas, DHL.
January 21, 2021 | Hospitality in the Time of Covid-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has created the most difficult situation in memory for hotel owners and operators. What is the path forward from here? Will occupancies return to their prior numbers, and if so, when?
Listen on to hear our panel of experts discuss where they see reasons for optimism, and where they continue to be cautious.
Kevin Mallory | Senior Managing Director and Global Head for Hotels | CBRE
Noah Silverman | Chief Development Officer | North America Full Service Hotels for Marriott International Inc.
Jim Merkel | Chief Executive Officer | Rockbridge
Barry Bloom | President and Chief Operating Officer | Xenia Hotels & Resorts, Inc.
December 1, 2020 | "Breakfast" Series: Economic Outlook
Professor Itzhak (“Zahi”) Ben-David, the Neil Klatskin Chair in Finance and Real Estate at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, was joined by Dr. Gene Amromin, Vice President and Director of Financial Research at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago for a discussion on the post-election economy.
The intersection of Healthcare and Housing is an exciting and growing space in both the healthcare sector and the multifamily housing industry. Healthcare institutions across the country have come to understand that housing is a critical social determinant of health and that a growing body of research shows that access to safe, quality, and affordable housing can have significant positive impacts on a person’s health. Further, as place-based anchor institutions, healthcare systems have a direct interest in the both the physical and economic health of the communities that they serve. In turn, housing developers across the country are increasingly partnering with healthcare providers and healthcare insurers to develop mixed-use and mixed-income housing projects that that create a positive impact for entire neighborhoods. The NRP Group’s Aaron Pechota has developed more than 3,500 housing units over 15 years and has spearheaded NRP’s partnerships with multiple large healthcare institutions; Amy Riegel leads CareSource’s efforts to create innovative and sustainable approaches to integrating health and housing and focuses on building collaborative partnerships to address social determinants of health, Angela Mingo is the Community Relations Director at Nationwide Children’s and has been instrumental in Nationwide’s approach to neighborhood revitalization efforts on the south side of Columbus; and Sheldon Johnson is both the Vice President of Community Development at Community Building Partners and was selected to participate in Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Leaders – an initiative to for young leaders who want to make their communities more healthy and equitable. This panel will discuss how health and housing are connected and share how their organizations are developing, financing, and working with communities to develop housing that can help make communities healthier, both in Columbus and across Ohio.
October 29, 2020 | View from the C-Suite with David Adelman
For this iteration of the Center's View From the C-Suite series, Mary Beth was joined by David Adelman, CEO of Campus Apartments.
Mary Beth and David discuss topics including: his history in the real estate field, how he was able to grow Campus Apartments to its current size, and how he developed a strong company culture. David also discusses how COVID-19 has affected the student housing market and the most difficult aspects of being a CEO. David finishes by giving his best advice to students and graduates wanting to succeed in the world of real estate.
October 6, 2020 | Webinar: Returning to Work in the Times of COVID-19
The Center for Real Estate and The Risk Institute invite you to join us for a wide ranging discussion on what companies are doing to keep employers and employees safe as they return to the office. In addition, we will discuss how COVID-19 is impacting real estate needs, working from home, and other business disruptions. As companies work through the global COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with the expansion of digital commerce, and the increase in work from home model proving to be successful; how much longer will large office spaces be needed and what does a company do with one they no longer need. This webinar will feature experts in the real estate field that are helping companies develop new tools, processes and alternative approaches to adjust. Now more than ever, it is critical to have a plan in place to prevent any economic uncertainty.
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