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The Future Of Houston's Historic Inner Loop

Houston | Air Date: August 4 | 11:30 AM CDT

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Rassul Zarinfar

Rassul Zarinfar (The Future of the Food & Beverage Industry)

Founder, Buffalo Bayou Brewery

Benjamin Berg

Benjamin Berg (The Future of the Food & Beverage Industry)

Founder, Berg Hospitality Group

Born in New York City, Berg has been in the restaurant business for over 17 years working for upscale steakhouses in key markets including Las Vegas, Mexico City and his hometown....

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Michael Sambrooks

Michael Sambrooks (The Future of the Food & Beverage Industry)

Founder, Sambrooks Management Company

Gin Braverman (Moderator- The Future of the Food & Beverage Industry)

Founder & Creative Director, Gin Design Group

Prolific interior design practice specializes in developing originative and fully integrated designs for F+B & hospitality concepts.

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Todd Mason

Todd Mason (The Future of Construction & Development)

Principal, MLB Capital Partners

Todd Mason is a Principal at Avison Young. With over 33 years of industry experience and an extensive background in land and investment sales, he provides both brokerage and consu...

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Sarah Starry (The Future of Construction & Development)

Director, Leasing, Radom Capital

Sarah Starry is the Director of Leasing for Radom Capital, where she maintains up-to-date knowledge of retail trends, develops and executes creative leasing strategies, and cultiva...

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Matt Shafiezadeh

Matt Shafiezadeh (The Future of Construction & Development)

Principal, Urban Genesis

Jon Deal

Jon Deal (The Future of Construction & Development)

Founder, The Deal Company

Kim Schell (EMCEE)

Houston Market Manager, Bisnow Media

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Webinar Summary

  1. How are developers managing timelines, costs and expectations during economic uncertainty?
  2. How are developers preserving the unique culture and historical roots of Houston’s inner loop when developing or re-developing?
  3. Retail and hospitality have been staples for these neighborhoods for a long time. How are new office and multifamily developments in the area impacting restaurant and retail concepts?
  4. Is development in these areas slowing in the wake of the coronavirus disruption?
  5. When it comes to developing vibrant mixed-use urban projects, what’s needed to ensure seamless integration into the existing community?

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