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  • How to Invest in an Ultra-competitive Marketplace (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/07/2019

    In 2018, the industrial investment market was dominated by large portfolio transactions with domestic and global capital making significant bets in this sector. Looking ahead, our experts discuss where there are the next opportunities to invest, what an effective strategy looks like, and how to compete with large-scale institutional investors.

    In 2018, the industrial investment market was dominated by large portfolio transactions with domestic and global capital making significant bets in this sector. Looking ahead, our experts discuss where there are the next opportunities to invest, what an effective strategy looks like, and how to compete with large-scale institutional investors.

    Moderator:
    Erik Foster, CCIM, Principal, Practice Leader, Avison Young
    Panelists:

    Amy Curry, Senior Vice President, Acquisitions and Joint Ventures, Eastern US, Hillwood
    Greg Pearson, Vice President of Investments, CenterPoint Properties
    Dale Todd, CFA, MRICS, Executive Director, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Food's Last Mile (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/07/2019

    In this session, explore how buying habits are influencing the grocery supply chain, the role that a 3PL plays in assisting grocery stores in meeting consumer demand, and learn about the innovative new designs being built to meet consumers changing needs.

    Amazon’s purchase of upscale grocery chain Whole Foods Markets Inc. last year set off waves of speculation about what the acquisition means for e-commerce and grocery retail. In this session, explore how buying habits are influencing the grocery supply chain, the role that a 3PL plays in assisting grocery stores in meeting consumer demand, and learn about the innovative new designs being built to meet consumers changing needs.

    Speakers:
    Cameron Trefry, LEED AP, Principal, Ware Malcomb
    Chris Owens, Vice President Business Development, Retail & Foodservice, Americold Logistics

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Consumer-driven Trends: The Cannabis Market (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/07/2019

    Where the cannabis market is concerned, there seems to be more questions than answers. Hear direct from the players in the space about the regulatory challenges and considerations for this type of investment, how to find operators, and gain understanding of the business models for growing and manufacturing, and how these deals are financially structured.

    Where the cannabis market is concerned, there seems to be more questions than answers. Hear direct from the players in the space about the regulatory challenges and considerations for this type of investment, how to find operators, and gain understanding of the business models for growing and manufacturing, and how these deals are financially structured.

    Speakers:
    Sean Matsler, Partner - Land Use, Cox Castle & Nicholson LLP
    Amir Sadr, Vice President, Associate General Counsel, KushCo Holdings, Inc.

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Closing the Conversation: I.CON’s Key Takeaways (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/07/2019

    Industry expert Will Strong, executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield, will identify the most provocative ideas explored at the conference and help you head back to the office with actionable insights that you can implement now.

    After two days of learning and networking at a conference, you may have a serious case of brain-drain. You’ve met new people, been exposed to interesting new ideas, and it’s hard to fully absorb it all. In this final session of I.CON West, we have a solution: let us do the hard work for you. Industry expert Will Strong, executive managing director at Cushman & Wakefield, will identify the most provocative ideas explored at the conference and help you head back to the office with actionable insights that you can implement now.

    Speaker:
    Will Strong, Executive Managing Director, Cushman & Wakefield

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Regulatory Challenges and Solutions (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    This session will include a discussion of federal, state and regional regulatory trends which will affect development of new industrial products.

    This session includes a discussion of federal, state and regional regulatory trends which will affect development of new industrial products, including the Waters of the U.S. (WOTUS) definition proposed by the Army Corps, potential new air pollution or greenhouse gas regulations, any loosening of regulations by the EPA, and any new or proposed federal legislation which might affect industrial development.  Panelists will share solutions and provide predictions for future regulatory and development trends.

    Moderator:
    John Condas, Partner, Allen Matkins
    Panelists:
    Greg Devereaux, Managing Partner, Worthington Partners
    Ian MacMillan, Planning and Rules Manager, South Coast Air Quality Management District
    David Nazaryk, Managing Director, Trammell Crow Company
    Aquiles Suarez, Vice President for Government Affairs, NAIOP

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Keynote: The Future of Logistics is Wide Open (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    Molly McShane, chief operating officer with The McShane Companies, will facilitate the discussion, asking Phil Hawkins about his vision for the future of industrial, the potential for disruptors ahead, and why he thinks small, privately held companies are going to be just as crucial as large companies going forward.

    Kick off the conference with lunch and welcome remarks, followed by a keynote fireside chat with Phil Hawkins, who was at the helm of DCT Industrial Trust when the company was acquired in an $8.5 billion deal by Prologis in 2018. Molly McShane, chief operating officer with The McShane Companies, will facilitate the discussion, asking Hawkins about his vision for the future of industrial, the potential for disruptors ahead, and why he thinks small, privately held companies are going to be just as crucial as large companies going forward. Hawkins’ remarks will be followed by Q&A, so bring your burning questions!

    Prior to the session, meet the recipients of the NAIOP and Prologis Inclusion in CRE Scholarship for Women and Underrepresented Professionals.

    Welcome Remarks:
    Thomas J. Bisacquino, President and CEO, NAIOP
    Greg Fuller, 2019 NAIOP Chairman and President and COO, Granite Properties

    Keynote:
    Phil Hawkins, Former President and CEO, DCT Industrial Trust
    Molly McShane, Chief Operating Officer, The McShane Companies

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Large-scale Retail to Industrial Redevelopment (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    This panel will discuss the myriad challenges and success with the transformative Randall Park Mall redevelopment project, and the impact on the community of flipping retail to industrial.

    In 1976, the two-story 1.85-million-square-foot Randall Park Mall, located on 90 acres in North Randall, Ohio, was the largest indoor mall in the U.S. When ICP purchased the property decades later as part of a tax foreclosure, it marked the beginning of a very long redevelopment process. Now, the current site plan includes a multi-tenant industrial building, distribution center, bulk warehouse and hotel. This panel will discuss the myriad challenges and success with the transformative Randall Park Mall redevelopment project, and the impact on the community of flipping retail to industrial.

    Speakers:
    Norm Khoury, SIOR, CCIM, Brokerage Senior Vice President, Colliers International
    Chris Semarjian, Owner, Industrial Commercial Properties LLC

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Case Study - Optimus Logistics Center (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    During this session, Rockefeller Group and Optimus Building Corporation will discuss the difficulties, challenges and obstacles they faced and how they worked together as buyer and seller to create a highly successful project for each party.

    How do you change a city’s vision of building a regional mall to developing a mega-sized industrial distribution center instead? Rockefeller Group has the insight, having recently completed a two-year process to construct and sell the 1.4 million square foot Optimus Logistics Center project in Perris, California. During this session, Rockefeller Group and Optimus Building Corporation will discuss the difficulties, challenges and obstacles they faced and how they worked together as buyer and seller to create a highly successful project for each party. Watch a video about the project.

    Moderator:
    Jim Camp, Senior Vice President and Regional Development Officer, Rockefeller Group
    Panelists:
    Marc Berg, Vice President - Regional Director, Rockefeller Group
    Matt Fogt, Partner, Allen Matkins
    Gary Hamro, Partner, Optimus Building Corporation
    Peter McWilliams, International Director, Industrial Services, JLL

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Omnichannel Distribution (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    Hear from experts as they share the key characteristics of effective omnichannel distribution networks, the associated labor and transportation costs, and what the distribution network of the future looks like.

    The number of ways customers purchase goods (i.e., at a retail location, on a tablet, social media, etc.) is matched by the myriad methods of delivering such goods to the customers. Most traditional and e-commerce retailers are coming to the conclusion that an omnichannel sales, distribution/fulfillment and returns model is needed, but this model is evolving quickly and looks very different for those with their roots in traditional retail or e-commerce. Hear from experts as they share the key characteristics of effective omnichannel distribution networks, the associated labor and transportation costs, and what the distribution network of the future looks like.

    Moderator:
    David Hudson, Vice President - Leasing/Development, Duke Realty Corporation
    Speaker:
    Chris Sultemeier, Board Member, Duke Realty Corporation

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.

  • Capital Markets: Insights, Observations and Forecast (I.CON West 2019)

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/06/2019

    During this insightful panel discussion, the most active buyers and sellers shaping the market will share strategies for investing at this point in the cycle, their forecasts for the industrial sector, what they’re seeing in aggregation strategies, and predict pricing and investor demand for the balance of the year.

    Last year was a record-setting year for industrial investment sales volume, and was fueled by a number of large multi-market national portfolio executions. Now 2019 sales volume is already off to a tremendous start. During this insightful panel discussion, the most active buyers and sellers shaping the market will share strategies for investing at this point in the cycle, their forecasts for the industrial sector, what they’re seeing in aggregation strategies, and predict pricing and investor demand for the balance of the year.

    Moderator:
    Chris Riley, Vice Chairman, CBRE
    Panelists:
    David Levine, Managing Director, The Blackstone Group
    Mario Morroni, Executive Vice President, Industrial North America, Ivanhoe Cambridge
    Gene Reilly, Chief Investment Officer, Prologis

    For the full list of recordings, visit the I.CON West 2019 Archived Recordings page.