Hope was the buzzword during the Detroit Suburban Summit held March 8 by REjournals at the Bank of America Building in Troy, Michigan.
And why not? The commercial real estate market in Detroit’s suburbs proved resilient throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. And now as restrictions and mandates continue to ease, Detroit’s suburban markets look poised for a strong 2022.
Speaking during the State of the Market panel, which led off the summit, were Jared Friedman, Friedman Real Estate; Dave Miller, Signature Associates; Jeffrey Schostak, Schostak Brothers & Company; Dan Morse, CBRE; John Fricke, Colliers; and Brian Fineran, CoStar.
Speaking on the Design, Construction and Property Management Trends in Suburban Development & Redevelopment panel were Doug Manix, KIRCO MANIX; Casey McArdle, Friedman Real Estate; Nick Weise, Rightsize Facility; Barbara Eaton, Colliers; Ron Henry, Sachse Construciton; and Schott Shefman, Friedman Real Estate.
Closing out the conference was the Investment & Financing Trends in Suburban Detroit panel with Robert Pliska, Property Investment Counselors; Joshua Bernard, Bernard Financial Group; Andrew Dunlap, REDICO; and Brian Fineran, CoStar.