Real estate events

Wisconsin Commercial Real Estate Women (WCREW) will host a bus tour of three Real Estate Showcase Award winning projects on Tuesday, March 20, from 4-7 p.m. Registration will be held at the Iron Horse Hotel at 500 W. Florida St., Milwaukee with the bus tour beginning at 4:30 p.m. Properties featured are the Eckstein Hall – Marquette University Law School, the City Center at 735 and The Florida St. Building. The event is open to all Real Estate Professionals. Cost is $30 for members of WCREW and $45 for non-members. Guests will be welcome to a cash bar and appetizers at the Iron Horse Hotel afterwards. Pre-registration is recommended. Contact Heather Westgor for more information at (414) 755-3354 or visit WCREW’s website at wcrew.org.

NAIOP WI, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association and the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance host Lake Michigan: A WATERfall of Opportunity, on Thursday, March 22, from 7:15-9 a.m. at Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin on Milwaukee’s lakefront. Registration required.

CARW Lunch & Learn, Monday, March 26, Been There, Done That; A historical perspective on today’s market. Speakers: Mike Mooney, NAI MLG Mooney; Mark Irgens, Irgens Development Partners LLC. http://carw.com/events/details/LL2012

NAIOP WI, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, Masters Fantasy Golf Tournament and Happy Hour, Thursday, April 5, 5-6:30 p.m., Swig, 217 N. Broadway, Milwaukee. Registration required.

NAIOP WI, the Commercial Real Estate Development Association, U.S. Bank Capital Markets Update, Wednesday, May 9, 2012, 11:30-1:30 pm, Pfister Hotel. Registration required.

Hunzinger Green Building Conference, Thursday, May 10, 12 noon to 5 p.m., 21100 Enterprise Ave., Brookfield.

Wisconsin Real Estate Women (WCREW) 2012 Golf Outing, Thursday, July 26, 12 noon, Fairways at Woodside Golf Course, W235 N8518 Clubhouse Circle, Sussex. Registration information is available at www.wcrew.org/golf.

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