Top Valley real estate professionals to gather at Valley Partnership’s TOPS event

Top Valley real estate professionals to gather at Valley Partnership’s TOPS event

Phoenix, AZ – May 9, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — On June 16, Valley Partnership, an advocacy for responsible real estate development, brings together Valley real estate professionals for a case study look at the Arizona market. Jim Belfiore, Belfiore Real Estate Consulting will provide an informative data overview to kick off the event.

DATE:              June 16, 2011

TIME:               1:30 – 6:00 p.m.

LOCATION:      Sheraton Downtown Phoenix

340 North 3rd Street, Phoenix, Ariz.

(parking will be validated)

COST:          $85 members, $95 non-members ($95/$105 on site)

Get a first-hand look at the current conditions and strategies for the future by hearing from seasoned professionals and peers. Case studies to be presented include:

  • Meritage Homes Green Building Program, The Transformation of a Builder Brand
  • Pulte Homes, Active Adult Experts
  • Scottsdale Quarter: Successful New Retail, Dining and Entertainment in a “Down” Market
  • Centerpoint, The Big Purchase. How it happened, why it made sense and what happens next

More information (pdf)

For registration and information on sponsorship opportunities, contact, or 602.266.7844.

About Valley Partnership
For more than 20 years, Valley Partnership has stood out as a leader in promoting the interests of the commercial real estate industry and its members in Arizona. Membership is made up of more than 500 companies, including developers, attorneys, engineers, general contractors, subcontractors, and other professionals who are integral to the real estate industry. Valley Partnership presents a balanced perspective, advising on advocacy issues affecting the real estate development industry, and offering the Valley’s best industry education and networking opportunities. Members have made significant contributions to the community, utilizing skills, efforts and supplies to enhance facilities for children and those in need. To date, Valley Partnership and its members have completed 20 community projects and donated nearly $3 million in time, materials and labor to the community.

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