How Can Property Managers Meet Tenants' Needs? Find Out At Bisnow's Oct. 21 Event
The coronavirus pandemic forced commercial real estate property managers to take a step back and re-evaluate how to get the most value out of their buildings. With more people than ever working from home, property managers had to go above and beyond to put procedures in place to ensure that tenants had everything they needed to stay safe and productive.
As the CRE industry moves forward and people are getting back to their old routines, it is important for property managers to stay on top of current trends, or risk losing out to competitors who have been making changes that align with tenants’ needs. From providing more amenities to incorporating new technologies to facilitate better communication with tenants and teams, now is the time for property managers to make changes that can not only retain tenants, but make their jobs easier.
At Bisnow’s in-person event, Chicagoland Property Management and Tech Outlook, on Oct. 21, attendees can learn more about the changes that property managers have been making in the past 18 months to become more forward-thinking. Panels will be moderated by Richard Harris, senior manager of the community account representative team at Xfinity Communities, and Larry Woodard, partner and co-leader of Construction Planning Practice Group at Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn.
Click here to register for this event and view Bisnow’s Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols.
Speakers and panelists include:
Property Management And Amenities That Make Your Tenants And Residents Feel Safe
- Ralph Zucker, president, Somerset Development
- Sal Becovic, president, Becovic
- Mary Gibala, managing director of property management, 33 Realty
Technology In Commercial Real Estate
- Kelly Soljacich, senior vice president, LaSalle Investment Management
- Geoffrey Kasselman, senior vice president, CRG
- Thomas McElroy, principal and CEP, Level-1 Global Solutions
- Andrew Kerr, partner, The X Co.
Register here for the opportunity to meet with owners, developers, brokers and other CRE professionals and find out more about how property managers can enhance their properties to appeal to modern tenants’ needs.