Events

How Will Retail Trends Affect Future Development in Montgomery County?

Date
Friday
September 15, 2017
Location
Lerch Early
7600 Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 700
Bethesda, MD 20814

Retail and restaurants have been major players in Montgomery County's mixed-use landscape for years, but will that trend continue in future development? What form will retail take with the growth of online shopping? Will residential uses replace older shopping centers?

Our speakers took a look at the behavioral changes and demographic shifts in the county and how those relate to retail development. They addressed how pieces like transit, multifamily, and office fit into the development puzzle.

Please find the slides from the event here:

Speakers:


Heather Arnold
Director of Research & Analysis
Streetsense


Krista Di Iaconi
Senior Vice President
Regency Centers


Jeff Edelstein
Partner
Roadside Development


Chris Weilminster
EVP & President of Mixed-Use Division
Federal Realty Investment Trust


Patrick O'Neil
Land Use Attorney & Principal
Lerch Early

AGENDA

7:30 AM-8 AM  |  Light Continental Breakfast and Networking
8 AM-10 AM  |  Program

PARKING

For parking instructions and directions, please visit lerchearly.com/contact and click on the "Directions" tab.

Services
People
Christopher M. Ruhlen
Principal
301-841-3834
Cynthia M. Bar
Of Counsel
301-841-3827
Elizabeth C. Rogers
Associate
301-841-3845
Patricia A. Harris
Principal
301-841-3832
Patrick L. O'Neil
Principal
301-657-0738
Robert G. Brewer, Jr.
Principal
301-657-0165
Robert R. Harris
Principal
301-841-3826
Stacy Plotkin Silber
Principal
301-841-3833
Steven A. Robins
Lerch Early Board Chair and Managing Partner
301-657-0747
Stuart R. Barr
Principal
301-961-6095
Susan M. Reutershan
Of Counsel
301-841-3830
William Kominers
Principal
301-841-3829
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