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Indianapolis State of the Market

Office, Multifamily & Retail CRE Outlook

Event Ended On: Thursday November 1 2018

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Speakers and Panels

Indy CRE Outlook

Ersal Ozdemir

Ersal Ozdemir

President & CEO, Keystone Realty Group

Michael Lady

Senior Managing Director, Integra Realty Resources

A Novel Approach to Mixed-Use Development

Tish Glenn

Tish Glenn

VP, Restaurant Leasing, Simon Property Group
Gary Perel

Gary Perel

Principal, ALO Property Group
Keith Stark

Keith Stark

Founder & CEO, ConsortiumCRE


Westin Indianapolis
241 W. Washington St.
Indianapolis, IN, 46204

Ballroom: Capitol Ballroom - 1st Floor

Parking Information:
Self-parking (no in & out privileges):
0-1 Hour: $8.00
1-2 Hours: $20.00
2-3 Hours: $30.00
3-6 Hours: $38.00
6-12 Hours: $40.00
12-24 Hours: $45.00
Overnight guests receive a $5 discount on Self-Parking.

The Indianapolis Downtown Inc. website has a map of area parking:

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Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
A Novel Approach to Mixed-Use Development
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
The Office CRE Market Outlook
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Panel Networking


1) In the wake of recent announcements of major midwestern sports teams to revamp their sports facilities offering and the 2026 World Cup coming to Cincinnati, what are Greater Indiana's masterminds planning? 

2) Following on from this, how will their developments change the local hospitality, restaurant and retail development outlook?

3) How have hospitality and sports and entertainment facility developments helped support a hugely successful downtown revitalization program?

4) Given the conflicting reports of various retailers closing up shop while others such as Whole Foods market are opening a 5th location in Downtown Indianapolis, what’s driving the changes in Indiana's retail market and what does it mean for the local CRE market?

5) With Indianapolis success attracting newcomers from across the country, what does the multifamily development outlook look like and which projects will move the needle when it comes to housing those new to town?