Metro Business Live is a quarterly event series of engaging panel discussions focused on trending topics of importance to the Richmond business community. Leaders from Richmond’s finest businesses, organizations and institutions present and actively engage with event attendees on critical topics that affect Richmond business. Each of the events will explore topics aimed at preparing businesses both big and small for sustainability and long-term success. Guests will gain valuable insight from a panel of experts comprised of executive leaders, entrepreneurs, and/or business owners well-versed in the chosen topic. The panel discussions will be led by the Richmond Times-Dispatch’s Business Editor, Gregory J. Gilligan. Catered breakfast is included at each event.
Commercial real estate hot spots in Chesterfield and South of the James
Tuesday, Mar. 26
The next Metro Business Live event will talk about the commercial real estate hot spots mostly in Chesterfield and Powhatan counties as well as elsewhere south of the James River. The event continues the discussion from December's Metro Business Live forum, in which panelists discussed the commercial real estate hot spots mostly in Richmond and Henrico County.
When: Tuesday, Mar. 26 | 7:15 a.m. - 9 a.m.
Where: Richmond Times-Dispatch | 300 E. Franklin St.
7:15 a.m. Networking and breakfast
8:00 a.m. Program begins
9:00 a.m. Program ends
*all times are approximate*
Daniel T. Schmitt, president and chief operating officer of HHHunt Corp., the parent company of HHHunt Communities, one of the largest residential builders in the Richmond area, of HHHunt Apartment Living, HHHunt Homes and HHHunt Senior Living.
Lisa Sturtevant, the chief economist at the Virginia Realtors organization and president and founder of Lisa Sturtevant & Associates, an Alexandria-based research firm specializing in economic and housing market analyses.
Dawn Bradley, vice president and managing broker at the Grove Avenue office of Long & Foster, the region's largest residential real estate firm.
Wayne A. Chasen, the president and chief executive officer of Gumenick Properties. Since 1994 Gumenick Properties has overseen Henrico County-based real estate development and other projects including Libbie Mill-Midtown, Grayson Hill and Monument Square.
Parking & Directions
Complimentary parking will be available in the Richmond Times-Dispatch deck. The entrance is on 3rd Street between Grace and Franklin streets.
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