About 375 people attended the seventh annual BizTimes Commercial Real Estate & Development Conference, southeastern Wisconsin’s premier networking and information event for the industry, which was held in November at Potawatomi Bingo Casino in Milwaukee. The theme for this year’s conference was, “What Now? Strategies for Revival.”
The event featured a panel of national commercial real estate and economics experts. They included: Robert Bach, senior vice president and chief economist of Grubb & Ellis Co.; Rhyne Brown, executive vice president of client development at NAI Global; Ross Moore, executive vice president and director of market and economic research at Colliers International Property Consultants Inc.; Maria Sicola, executive managing director and head of research for the Americas at Cushman & Wakefield Inc. and Jack Durburg, executive managing director of the Chicago region for CB Richard Ellis.
For those who could not attend the event, BizTimes Real Estate Weekly will feature a video segment from the event for 10 weeks.
In this week’s video segment, the eighth of 10, when the panel discusses their outlook for commercial real estate in second tier markets in the Midwest, such as Milwaukee. View the video by clicking here.
View the seventh week’s video, when the panel discusses current commercial real estate prices. See the video by clicking here.
View the sixth week’s video, when the panel discusses the government’s “extend and pretend policy,” by clicking here.
View the fifth week’s video, when the panel discusses when the U.S. commercial real estate market will recover, by clicking here.
View the fourth week’s video, when the panel discusses whether or not they are concerned about inflation in the U.S. economy, by clicking here.
View the third week’s video, when the panel talks about their outlook for the U.S. job market and how it will impact the commercial real estate market, by clicking here.
View the second week’s video, when the panel talks about what shape they expect the economic recovery to take, by clicking here.
View the first week’s video, when the panel talks about the greatest risk to sustained GDP growth for the U.S. economy, by clicking here.