Sheltering-in-place, working from home, going virtual, social distancing, pandemic.
These are not typical phrases in the commercial real estate world, but as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps the globe — roiling markets, disrupting business and all matters of daily life — the industry is beginning to reckon with what lies ahead.
How long this version of the “new normal” lasts is anyone’s guess, but one thing remains true: The commercial real estate industry never stops. And in times of disarray, we look to industry leaders more than ever.
Join us as we discuss everything from the current state of the Atlanta market, investment opportunities, weathering through the storm and learning from past mistakes.
What are some proactive and reactive measures you have taken to prepare for this pandemic?
How do you manage investor relations in uncertain times, when so much changes on a daily basis?
What are some best practices when dealing with tenants during a time when paying rent may be extremely difficult?
What are other landlords doing or not doing well right now to stay afloat and ahead of potential issues?
How should leaders balance the needs of the business with the needs of employees in uncertain times like these?
W. Allen Morris is Chairman and C.E.O. of The Allen Morris Company. He is a licensed Real Estate Broker, Mortgage Broker, and holds the professional designations of CPM (Certified Property Manager of the Institute of Real Estate Management) and...
As President and CEO of Landmark Properties, Wes has overseen the design, financing, development, and operations of nearly $2 Billion worth of new construction student housing. Wes and Landmark have largely focused on developing student cottage...
Executive Vice President, Market Leader, Newmark Knight Frank
Sean Moynihan joined Newmark Knight Frank in 2019 and currently serves as the executive vice president, market leader in the company’s Atlanta, Georgia, office. Mr. Moynihan is responsible for providing strategic direction to the Atlanta office,...