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YM/WREA April Virtual Luncheon – Logistics and Industrial Real Estate Panel
April 13 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Dear Members and Applicants:
The next luncheon of the YM/WREA will be held, Tuesday, April 13, 2021, via Zoom. Please register using the following link in order to receive access.
Logistics and Industrial Real Estate Panel
Moderator: Rob Kossar, JLL, Vice Chairman and Head of Northeast Industrial Region
Andrew Chung, Innovo Property Group, Founder and CEO
Richard Conniff, RXR Logistics, Co-Founder
John Garrigan, LBA Realty, LBA Logistics, Principal and Co-Head of Acquisitions
Please join YM/WREA for a virtual panel discussion featuring three key players in the New York City logistics and industrial real estate market. Moderator Rob Kossar will guide the conversation between Andrew Chung , Richard Conniff, and John Garrigan as they give insight on this rapidly growing industry
The meeting will be called to order promptly at 12:00 PM. Please feel free to note any questions or topics that you would like the speaker to address when registering or by emailing email@example.com.
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