May 21, 2024

MPS Partner, Jay Cherwin to Moderate Connect CRE conference:

On Tuesday, June 4, MPS is pleased to sponsor the Connect Midwest: Multifamily, Affordable, Student & Senior Housing conference from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the W Chicago – City Center hotel, 172 W. Adams in Chicago.

There are three panels covering timely topics and time to meet and converse with industry experts. At 2 p.m., MPS partner Jay Cherwin will moderate a discussion on “The View from the Top: Developer, Owner, Investment Trends.”

Jay is a great fit for this panel as his practice focuses primarily on commercial real estate and development, and in particular, large scale single-family residential and multi-family projects. His experience includes real estate acquisitions and sales, land use and entitlements, due diligence, financing, commercial leasing, establishing easements and operating agreements, owners’ associations, and facilitating joint ventures. In addition to his practice experience, Jay has evaluated numerous real estate development projects for approval as a member of the Arlington Heights Plan Commission for over 10 years.

MPS has a well-earned reputation as one of the top real estate law firms in the Chicago area. The firm serves as outside counsel to financial institutions, real estate developers, and local, national and global businesses engaged in corporate, industrial, and retail development as well as financing, leasing, and investment.

Confirmed speakers for Cherwin’s panel include:

  • Christopher Coleman, VP of Development, Wingspan Development Group
  • Tania Kadakia, Founder & CEO, Wrought Iron Partners
  • Julie Sommese, Managing Director, PACE Equity
  • Brian Brodeur, EVP Development & Construction, Article Student Living

With Midwest markets posting some of the nation’s best annual rent growth, investors and developers are on the hunt for opportunities. Find out where the most active markets are, whether urban or suburban is the better bet, and what kinds of projects are in demand. Key themes in 2024 include workforce housing, the appeal of mixed-use development and the impact of build-to-rent single-family homes.

To learn more and register, click here. To receive a 20% discount, enter the code MPSMWMF20 when registering.

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