Join Dilworth Paxson Partners Joseph F. Kessler and Rosemary J. Loverdi for Saint Joseph’s University’s “Philadelphia's Development and Real Estate Tax Revolution Symposium” on Friday, September 28

09/18/2018

Join Dilworth Paxson Partners Joseph F. Kessler and Rosemary J. Loverdi for Saint Joseph’s University’s (SJU) Real Estate & Construction Alumni Chapter’s “Philadelphia's Development and Real Estate Tax Revolution Symposium” on Friday, September 28. Joseph is the Chair of the Firm’s Real Estate practice group and a founding member of the SJU Real Estate & Construction Alumni Chapter. Rosemary is the Co-Chair of the Firm’s Procurement practice group.

About the Event

  • How to grow Philadelphia and the region: attracting business headquarters and job creation are critical
  • Philadelphia’s future development requires a serious examination of its real estate and business tax structure, including the Philadelphia Construction Tax
  • Come listen to the discourse and how it could affect real estate development and financing

Speakers

Matt Cabrey, Executive Director, Select Greater Philadelphia;  Allan Domb, Philadelphia City Councilman At-Large; Joel Naroff, Ph.D., President and founder of Naroff Economic Advisors; Gerard H. Sweeney, President and Chief Executive Officer and Trustee, Brandywine Realty Trust;  Ben Connors, President, General Building Contractors Association; and Dan Jubinski, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Finance, Saint Joseph’s University’s Haub School of Business.

The event will be held at the Cardinal John P. Foley Campus Center, 356 North Latches Lane, Merion Station, PA from 8:00 – 9:30 AM.  

Please RSVP by September 21. Space is limited. For more information and to register, click here.

This event is sponsored by Dilworth Paxson LLP and CliftonLarsonAllen

 

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