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Webinar: Los Angeles Industrial Outlook — How has the Pandemic Changed the Industrial Sector in Southern California?

Las Vegas Multifamily Panel 1

Panel One: Joseph Vargas, Wonderful Real Estate Development; Brett Tremaine, Majestic Realty; Damon Austin, Prologis; Brett Dedeaux, Dedeaux Properties; Morgan Medlin, Allen Matkins.

On October 27, Western Real Estate Business magazine hosted a panel of industrial experts to discuss how the pandemic has impacted investment sales, leasing and development within the Los Angeles industrial real estate sector. Register to listen to the recording and hear the 2021 outlook.

Las Vegas Multifamily Panel 2

Jeffrey Cole, Cushman & Wakefield; Bobby Khorshidi, Archway Capital; Steven Lurie, Greenberg Glusker, Peter Bacci of Lee & Associates, Chris Jackson of NAI Capital and Christopher Sheehan of Colliers International.

The webinar included two separate discussions.

The developer/owner panel included Joseph Vargas of Wonderful Real Estate Development, Brett Tremaine of Majestic Realty, Damon Austin of Prologis, and Brett Dedeaux of Dedeaux Properties and Morgan Medlin of Allen Matkins.

The second panel covered the capital markets/finance and brokerage perspectives and included Jeffrey Cole of Cushman & Wakefield, Bobby Khorshidi of Archway Capital, Steven Lurie of Greenberg Glusker, Peter Bacci of Lee & Associates, Chris Jackson of NAI Capital and Christopher Sheehan of Colliers International.

Allen Matkins, Dedeaux Properties, Wonderful Real Estate Development, Greeberg Glusker, Archway Capital and Lee & Associates sponsored the discussion.

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