PHOTOS: Highlights from TRD Chicago’s inaugural State of the Market showcase

Chicago real estate industry leaders gathered at Venue Six10 to talk megaprojects, the resi brokerage landscape and more

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Apr.April 23, 2019 09:00 AM
  • Guests mingling at The Real Deal Chicago State of the Market event at Six10 on April 16.
 

An array of Chicago real estate professionals came together to network and hear experts talk about the city’s residential brokerages, megaprojects and more at The Real Deal Chicago State of the Market on April 16.

The event at Venue Six10 on Michigan Avenue was the first of its kind for TRD in Chicago, where it opened a year ago.

TRD reporter E.B. Solomont moderated a panel on “The Business of Residential Brokerage” featuring Mario Greco of MG Group, Jim Hanson of Avison Young, Matt Laricy of Americorp Real Estate and Tommy Choi of Weinberg Choi Residential.

TRD’s Alex Nitkin also led a discussion on “How Chicago’s New Crop of Megaprojects Will Reshape the Real Estate Market.” It featured Alderman Brian Hopkins (2nd), Sheryl Schulze of Gensler Chicago, Alex Samoylovich of Cedar Street Companies and Scott Goodman of Farpoint Development.


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