The 12th annual festival was held at Town Point Park and featured more than 200 wines from over 30 wineries.
On April 26th 2018, Greysteel hosted an Executive Lunch Series event at Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Hotel, Washington D.C. The event brought together 35 of the region’s leaders of public and private real estate companies to discuss current projects and market trends amongst peers.
Greysteel’s Managing Director, Doug Banerjee recently spoke at the Connect Texas Multifamily event on the “Multifamily Investment: Gauging the Climate Panel."
The Dallas event provided a statewide outlook of the multifamily sector, including financing and development, to the tertiary markets across the region. Below are our top five takeaways from the event.
Greysteel's Debt & Structured Finance team in the Dallas-Fort Worth office will begin regularly hosting Q&A sessions about commercial real estate financing (as well as related questions) on Facebook Live. Interactive. Unscripted. Uncut.
This year at NMHC’s 2017 Annual Meeting, there was a mixture of optimism and caution with respect to the outlook for our industry. The biggest economic concern was the looming threat of another recession, but many panelists and researchers have pushed that possibility to the side in favor of economic growth. Inflation is not increasing by double digits and interest rates are still historically low.
Last Tuesday, Greysteel worked with finance platform and correspondent partner Pillar to host the first Fall Executive Lunch Series event at Bourbon Steak in the Four Seasons Hotel in Washington D.C. The event brought together 35 of the area’s top property investors, decision makers, and commercial real estate leaders to discuss current projects and market trends amongst peers.
One of the core values we pride ourselves on at Greysteel is our dedication to innovation. Whether its improving the client experience through new technology integration, developing novel techniques to position and market a property, or simply engineering the best way to prank a co-worker who left for an extended vacation (plastic wrap, tinfoil, and an air horn, by the way), we all worship at the altar of innovation.