THE ROUNDUP – NOVEMBER 2011
Tonight’s “Night of the Stars” from NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky , a CEO Networking Event and Tour of The Banks this afternoon with Allied Construction Industries, and the Third Annual State of the Lending Industry this coming Tuesday courtesy CREW Greater Cincinnati.
That’s one way – or three – to provide a sweet CRE industry kickoff of The Turkey Month and the November 2011 edition of The Roundup.
The Roundup is your one-stop shop for commercial real estate gigs, events, ceremonies and what-not in the Greater Cincinnati market. And what-not.
If you, dear Reader, have a relevant CRE professional association, please forward your meeting information, officials, speakers, contact information …. and what-not …. to firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE ROUNDUP FOR NOVEMBER 2011 COVERS:
– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and
Nov. 11, next Friday, is the big bash for the 15th Annual Cincinnati Design Awards ceremony.
The Cincinnati Design Awards recognize local and regional design talent.
The CDAs – a coming-of-age achievement long recognized as an industry standard in the Queen City – were also organized to educate the general public on the benefits of supporting quality design.
ACI – your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is based in Lockland at 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati, 45215.
- Allied Construction Industries: www.ACI-Construction.org
ACI – your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a CEO Networking Event and Tour of The Banks today from 3-6 p.m., with a communal watering hole at The Holy Grail.
Tours start at 3 p.m. at The Clubhouse of The Currents at The Banks. John Deatrick, Project Executive of The Banks, will deliver updates.
Registrants will be able to view the buildings, hear from the engineers, talk about the construction and tour a model apartment.
Tours will be led in groups of 15 by three from Steven Schaefer Associates: Mike Ciprian, Doug Steimle and Paula Dombrowski.
The Holy Grail is across the Main Street entrance of Great American Ball Park, at 161 Joe Nuxhall Way (love writing that, btw).
The CEOs expected today are:
Mike Battoclette Sr. from Champlin Architecture, Susan Conley of Conley James Design, Steve Kenat from GBBN, Mike Frank from GOP Ltd., Jim Kleingers from Kleingers & Associates, Tim Sharp from KZF Design, Steve Roat from McGill Smith Punshon, Vince Terry of Moody Nolan, Michael Backers from Patriot Engineering and Environmental, Chris Lopez from PSI, John Rademacher of SFA Architects, Jim Miller from Steven Schaefer Associates, George Webb of Terracon, Shayne Manning from THP Ltd. and Mike Battles of Woolpert. A representative for ATC is also expected.
ACI Website: http://www.ACI-Construction.org
Top Official: President Ken Fender, Baker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.
Contact: Tammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – email@example.com.
[Editor’s note: BOMA Greater Cincinnati is a private organization with a selective membership policy. Before attending a BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 621-8382.]
BOMA Greater Cincinnati will hold its Election Luncheon on Friday, Nov. 18. at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza, Fifth and Race streets in Downtown Cin
Registration: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at email@example.com or (513) 621-8382.
BOMA Greater Cincinnati Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org
Top Official: President Jeannie Bechtold, Sawyer Point Building – (513) 577-7162 –firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – email@example.com.
The mission of BOMA Greater Cincinnati is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.
BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.
The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of thecommercial real estate industry. This is accomplished through advocacy, education, research,standards and information.
Founded in 1907, BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.
CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its Third Annual State of the Banking Industry luncheon program on this Tuesday, Nov. 8 at Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza in Downtown.
Top banking reps from Fifth Third Bank, First Financial Bank, PNC, Stock Yards Bank & Trust and U.S. Bank are expected, such as:
Kevin Donovan, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, Fractionville.;
Mary Becker, Relationship Manager, Commercial Banking, Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co.;
Karen Dunevant, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, U.S. Bank;
Shawn Kennedy, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Finance, First Financial Bank;
Pamela Weber, Senior Vice President, PNC Real Estate Finance.
The banking forum will be moderated by Tom Powers, of the O’Connell-Bender-Powers team at Cassidy Turley.
Registration closes today at https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=22BBB31C
The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members.
The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Top Official: President Arli Eiseman, Corporex – (859) 292-5548 –firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Membership: $345.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – is headed to The Phoenix tonight for its biggest event of the year, “The NAIOP Night of the Stars,” a four-hour industryfest running from 5:30-9:30 p.m.
The Phoenix is at Ninth and Race streets in Downtown Cincinnati.
Contact: Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or email@example.com.
Top Official: President Vanessa Wong, PNC Bank, (513) 651-8871 –firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual Membership: $150-820
NAIOP is the leading organization for developers, owners and related professionals in office,industrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.
NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.
Greater Cincinnati SMPS is holding “New Game Plan: Current and Future Trends in Urban Growth” at The Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park in Mount Adams on Thursday, Nov. 17.
SMPS Guests will enjoy hearing from a panel of planning professionals, developers and real estate executives on their vision for urban development in the Greater Cincinnati region.
Emphasis will be on urban retail revitalization, as well as urban living. Conversations will delve into Urbanization, sustainability, walkable communities, mixed-use developments and all the latest and greatest on best practices and policies in place.
Here’s The Peops:
Jeanne Schroer: Executive Director of the Catalytic Development Funding Corp. of Northern Kentucky;
Charles Graves III: Director of City Planning, City of Cincinnati;
Travis Miller: Regional Planning Manager, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI);
Arn Bortz: Managing Partner, Towne Properties;
Kathleen Norris: Vice President and Director, Urban Focus.
The cost is $25 for SMPS Members and first-time Member guests; $45 for non-Members; $60 for walk-ins and $20 for Student/Civic/Unemployed attendees.
Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – email@example.com.
Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Society for Marketing Professional Services is the premier resource for education, information andsupport in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.
The 7,000-plus national members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals engaged in architecture, engineering, planning, interior design, construction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.
The UC Real Estate Roundtable Program this month presents its Monthly Breakfast Program on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Kenwood Country Club.
The theme: “Residential Markets: Challenges and Opportunities.”
The event will run from 7:30-9 a.m.
Membership in the UC Real Estate Roundtable costs $350 and includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs, but does not include the annual dinner.
Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – email@example.com.
Contact: Assistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Membership: $350
- ULI Cincy: http://cincinnati.uli.org
ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute):
ULI Cincinnati does not have any scheduled events for November.
ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.
Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – email@example.com.
Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Annual Membership: $250
THE ROUNDUP FOR DECEMBER ….. IN THE WORKS !!!! …..HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!