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Adaptive Reuse: Repurposing Existing Buildings to Fulfill New Needs

Thursday, April 22, 2021 to Thursday, April 22, 2021
Zoom Philadelphia, PA, United States
Full Price: $0.00 (Login to see your member discount)

12:00 - 1:00: Panel Discussion

1:00 - 1:30: Networking

 

The world has changed. Some will adapt and thrive while others will fall by the wayside. Mall owners locally and across America are looking at the changing shape of healthcare as an opportunity to breath fresh air in to malls and stabilize their assets in the face of the shifting retail economy. Lorie Damon will provide a national and local perspective into this phenomena.

 

Philadelphia’s 32nd Street Armory was built in 1916 – think horses and World War I. Ned Edwards, who previously led the US Squash team to 5 world championships, has overseen the conversion of this facility into the world’s finest center and the future home of US Squash. He will provide behind the scene insights into this unbelievable project.

 

Over the last few years life science real estate has become one of the hottest segments. Brandywine Realty Trust has converted the former Bulletin Building to the a home for lab and research space for Spark Therapeutics and is planning the conversion of Cira Tower into life science real estate. Joe Ritchie oversees these projects and will provide valuable perspective in this challenging change of use.

 

Speakers:

Lorie Damon, Ph.D.
Managing Director
Cushman & Wakefield Healthcare Advisory Group

Ned Edwards,
Executive Director
Arlen Specter US Squash

Joe Ritchie
Senior Vice President
Development Brandywine Realty Trust

 

Thank you to our event sponsor

 

 
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