NEREJ to host Northern New England State of the Market Summit on July 11th

July 05, 2019 - Front Section

Portsmouth, NH The New England Real Estate Journal (NEREJ) will host the Northern New England State of the Market Summit on July 11th at the Portsmouth Harbor Events & Conference Center, 100 Deer St.

To attend please register at: http://www.nneportsmouth.eventbrite.com. Earlybird tickets ordered before July 8th cost $79, after tickets cost $99.

Come and meet old friends, create new contacts, or learn something new during a breakfast buffet and enjoy the two one-hour panels from professionals on how the world is changing in the commercial real estate market.

From 8 – 9 a.m. is registration and a buffet breakfast. 

The first panel will be held from 9 – 10 a.m. and topics include: New development updates, engineering and architecture. Panelists include:  Moderator - Philip Cote of USI Insurance Services; Josh Levy of Waterstone Properties Group; Dave Fenstermacher of VHB; and John Sokul of Hinckley Allen.

The second panel will be held from 10 -11 a.m. and topics include: Housing, building and finance. Panelists include: Moderator - Eric Tolbert Kilchenstein of Devine Millimet; Kent White of The Boulos Company; Lisa DeStefano of DeStefano Maugel Architects; and Rebecca Perkins of city of Portsmouth.

From 11 a.m. to 12 noon there will be networking.

Platinum sponsors for this event include: Waterstone Properties and M&T Bank. The Gold sponsor is Maugel Architects. Corporate sponsors include: The Boulos Co., VHB, Hinckley Allen, U.S. Pavement Services, Inc.; and Norel Service Co., Inc.

Sponsorships and speaking opportunities are still available. Contact Rick Kaplan at rkaplan@nerej.com or 781-878-4540 x247 for more information.

Please join NEREJ and the Middlesex 3 Coalition at the next summit – Middlesex 3 Real Estate 2020 Building for the Future – on August 7th at The Center at Innovation Drive, 400 Innovation Dr., Tewksbury, Mass. Register at http://www.m32019.eventbrite.com.

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