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Webinar: Town Hall With Norman Radow And Steven DeFrancis

Webinar: Town Hall With Norman Radow And Steven DeFrancis

The coronavirus has already had a major impact on the U.S. economy as nonessential businesses in cities across the country, including Atlanta, are forced to shutter for the foreseeable future. These closures have left many temporarily unemployed and struggling to pay rent. In the midst of all this, commercial real estate owners must ask themselves: How should we be navigating relationships with our tenants during this time?

To help answer that question, Bisnow will be hosting a free virtual town hall with two of Atlanta’s CRE leaders: RADCO Cos. founder and CEO Norman Radow and Cortland CEO Steven DeFrancis. 

RADCO and Cortland are known for their commitment to the resident experience, and DeFrancis and Radow have applauded each other’s radical efforts to provide their tenants with the very best. 

Join DeFrancis and Radow as they discuss the operational challenges Atlanta property owners are facing, the tools they are using to help keep employees safe and the conversations they are having with tenants and investors about the best ways to move forward. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions. 

This Bisnow webinar will take place April 16 at 10 a.m. ET. Register for tickets here

Read more about our speakers: 

Cortland Partners
Cortland Partners CEO Steven DeFrancis

Steven DeFrancis has more than 20 years of experience in complex multifamily development and management. In 2005, he founded Cortland Partners, which has been recognized as a National Multifamily Housing Council Top 50 Owner and Manager. DeFrancis has spent his career focused on revitalizing neighborhoods through multifamily development and has developed more than 5,000 apartments, including many affordable units.

RADCO CEO Norman Radow
RADCO CEO Norman Radow

Norman Radow established the RADCO Cos. in 1994 to help improve communities. From the company’s earliest days, Radow has been focused on redeveloping distressed properties and turning them into neighborhood gems, like the distressed 53-story Atlanta hotel, office and condominium tower that RADCO transformed into the Four Seasons Hotel. Since then, RADCO has completed more than 100 successful projects with Radow at the helm and continues to work hard to better the neighborhoods it serves.