Don’t miss it: developer Michael Shvo on TRD Talks Live today

Shvo will join TRD publisher Amir Korangy for the fifth episode of TRD's new web series

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Mar.March 26, 2020 09:00 AM

In a new episode of TRD Talks Live, sponsored by Watchel Missry, Amir Korangy will talk with Michael Shvo, founder and CEO of eponymous development firm SHVO. The developer, whose portfolio includes 4.5 million square feet of real estate, led a partnership to acquire San Francisco’s iconic Transamerica Building in February. And back in September 2019, he acquired New York’s Coca-Cola Building with Serdar Biligili.

On Monday, a group of major NYC developers considered the affect of coronavirus on the development market. On Tuesday, Editor-in-chief Stuart Elliott sat with megabroker Mary Ann Tighe and RXR CEO Scott Rechler, and just last night three LA resi brokerage leaders spoke with TRD‘s West Coast associate publisher to talk through best practices in the City of Angels. Don’t miss out on another talk tomorrow night.

Register here for tonight’s episode of TRD Talks Live.


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