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Down on Main Street: What Does the Future Hold for Retail?

October 2, 2020 33 Minute Listen

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Property owners are reimagining their retail assets - finding creative ways to enhance their value. This week, Adam Ifshin and Chris Ressa of DLC Management Corp, along with Melina Cordero, Americas Head of Retail Capital Markets for CBRE, join Spencer to discuss the future of retail real estate.

Down on Main Street: What Does the Future Hold for Retail?

October 2, 2020 33 Minute Listen

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Spencer Levy

Global Client Strategist & Senior Economic Advisor, CBRE

Spencer Levy is Global Client Strategist and Senior Economic Advisor for CBRE, the largest commercial real estate services firm in the world. In this role, he focuses on client engagement and public-facing activities, including thought leadership work performed in conjunction with CBRE Research. He also serves as Co-Chair of the Real Estate Roundtable’s Research Committee.

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Adam Ifshin and Chris Ressa
DLC Management Corp

Melina Cordero
Americas Head of Retail Capital Markets, CBRE

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