January 26, 2016
Find out about some real significant opportunities in entrepreneurial real estate at the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) Delaware Developers’ Forum to be held Tuesday, February 2nd at University of Delaware Arsht Hall. You’ll get a feel for what is driving real estate this year as you hear about all the new and planned development trends and investment activity taking place in Delaware’s competitive market.
Keynote Speaker, Jeffrey C. Flynn, Wilmington’s Director of the Office of Economic Development will reveal private and public real estate investment deals worth up to $650,000 that are in the works. This area’s real estate market has largely been consumer-driven by it eclectic makeup of financial and legal services, government/politics, pharmaceuticals, “eds and meds” and more.
Louis Capano, III a Principal in Capano Management, LC Construction and LC Homes will talk about several development projects that are underway, such as the luxury apartments in Claymont, Middletown and the Avenue of the Arts on Wilmington’s riverfront. He’ll also discuss what to expect at a few commercial sites, including the redevelopment of the Brandywine Country Club located off of Shipley Road in North Wilmington.
Want to find out what is developing at the Residences in Midtown Park and Rockford Falls at the former Bancroft Mills site? Michael Hare, Senior VP of Buccini/Pollin Group, a real estate acquisition, development and Management Company, will discuss his company’s plans.
Angela Tsionas-Matulas, Principal of Tsionas Management will talk on her family-run company’s plans to create a mixed-use redevelopment at 2000 Pennsylvania Avenue in Wilmington. Gregory Pettinaro, CEO of Pettinaro will discuss the company’s plans for the recently acquired Greenville retail sites; Powder Mill Square and Greenville Center, longtime home to many iconic institutions including Greenville Post Office, Janssen’s Market and Brew HaHa!
William E. Holloway, Principal of Bernanrdon, an architectural, interior design and landscape architectural firm, will be the Delaware Developers’ Forum moderator. The ULI is a nonprofit research organization whose mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and creating sustainable communities.
The ULI Philadelphia has hundreds of members across the region, including satellites in Central Pennsylvania, Delaware, Lehigh Valley and Southern New Jersey. Thomas J. Hanna, Managing Director of Harvey, Hanna & Associates is on the advisory council of the Delaware branch of the ULI.
About Harvey, Hanna & Associates- Established in 1997, HHA is a full service Commercial Real Estate Redevelopment Company featuring 3,000,000 square feet of prime location commercial, retail, and industrial real estate in Delaware.