Franklin Street is pleased to serve as a GOLD sponsor for Florida State University’s 28th Real Estate TRENDS Conference on Thursday, October 6 and Friday, October 7, 2022 in Tallahassee.
This 100% in-person event brings together experts from across the country with the goal of informing, challenging and inspiring its attendees. Held on Florida State University’s campus in Tallahassee, Florida, industry attendees comprise institutional and private equity investors, advisors, lenders, asset managers, corporate users, developers, attorneys, brokers, appraisers and policy-makers.
Franklin Street Speakers:
“If I Were 21”
FSU Real Estate Program discuss career options and opportunities with a select panel of executives.
- Matt Harrell, CEO
- Carrie Smith, Senior Vice President, Retail
This session enables prospective employers to briefly meet with students of the program for recruiting.
- Pat Kelly, Regional Managing Director
Other Franklin Street team members who will be in attendance:
- Laura Gonzales, Regional Managing Director, Capital Markets
- Ben Miller, Senior Director, Capital Markets
- Laura Stephens, Senior Director, Office
- Ricky Ostrofsky, Director, Retail
- Ryan Derriman, Director, Retail
- Kaelyn Sreenan, Senior Associate, Retail
- Keith Wood, Senior Associate, Capital Markets
More about the FSU Real Estate TRENDS Conference:
First hosted in 1995, the FSU Real Estate TRENDS Conference is a world-class business forum organized to highlight the emerging trends and conditions facing the real estate industry and to discuss conditions affecting national, regional and local markets. The conference consistently brings together experts from across the country with the goal of informing, challenging and inspiring its attendees. A sold-out crowd for the last several years, more than 700 registrants attend the conference each year. Industry attendees comprise institutional and private equity investors, advisors, lenders, asset managers, corporate users, developers, attorneys, brokers, appraisers and policymakers. Designed to extend the traditional classroom, the conference reserves space for 140 real estate and finance students to attend.