Thursday October 10, 2019 | 7:30 am - 10:00 am | Toronto Region Board of Trade | 77 Adelaide St. W, Toronto, ON M5X 1C1
CRE Resilience; The focus of the upcoming Sandford Fleming Forum on October 10, 2019, will be the connection between investment decision making and the through-life value of the property in the market and the community. The meeting, held in cooperation with BOMA Toronto will showcase presentations highlighting the fact that community resilience is underpinned by the operational resilience of the three pillars: municipal corporation, community housing, and commercial real estate (CRE).
CRE provides the economic engine that buffers the impact of loss and provides the capacity for recovery. It also has a direct role in the physical and social well-being of the community during times of stress and shock. The more resilient the community becomes, the greater its value and hence the market value of the CRE. It therefore makes sense that CRE engages with the community and surroundings that give it value.
Laurel Austin Melanie Hare Catherine Jackson
Adjunct Research Professor, Partner, President,
Management Science at IVEY Business School Urban Strategies Inc. Jackson Principled Governance
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