Final call! TRD’s Broward County real estate forum & showcase

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TRD New York /
Apr.April 22, 2015 02:55 PM

Get your tickets now! Real estate heavyweights will gather on Thursday to discuss South Florida’s thriving market with special attention paid to Broward County, where the industry is seeing an uptick in activity as both foreign and domestic investors look north of Miami.

The Real Deal South Florida’s Broward County Forum & Showcase will take place April 23 at the Design Center of the Americas in Dania Beach.

In addition to our new development showcase, the event will feature a panel discussion about the future of development in Broward, as well as a look at trends in foreign investment in South Florida.

Panel participants include:

Carlos Rosso, President of The Related Group’s Condominium Development Division

Kobi Karp, Principal of Kobi Karp Architecture

Scott Leventhal, Co-Founder of The Trillist Companies, Inc.

Jack McCabe, Founder of McCabe Research & Consulting

Bradley Deckelbaum, Owner of Premier Developers

Carolyn Ellert Block, Chair of the Broward Master Brokers Forum

Philip Spiegelman, principal of International Sales Group

David Martin, president and owner of Terra Group

Carlos Melo, principal of Melo Group

Get tickets to the event here. And, don’t miss our VIP cocktail party immediately following at the Conrad Fort Lauderdale Beach for event ticket holders only.

All Broward County Forum & Showcase attendees will receive a copy of the South Florida Market Report.


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