The Impact of Social Compact on Urban Retailing

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 11/15/2004 - 19:09.
11/17/2004 - 16:00

November 17
The Impact of Social Compact on Urban Retailing, 4-6 p.m. at the
former Joseph Beth Bookstore at Shaker Square. Social
Compact
was a study commissioned by Key Bank that found that
Cleveland presently has a large amount of untapped buying power.
What do the top area professionals in the urban retail industry
have to say about this figure? Is it reliable and will it encourage
retail investment in Cleveland? Join moderator Peter Rubin (President
of the Coral Company) and panelists Mayor Jane Campbell (City of
Cleveland), Chip Marous (President of Marous Brothers Construction),
Gerald Buck (SVP Commercial Real Estate, Huntington National Bank),
Daryl Rush (Director of Community Development, City of Cleveland),
Bruce Murphy (Director, KeyBank Community Development), and Robert
Simons (Professor, Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs)
as they discuss this topic. Free and open to the public, but adam [dot] oppenheim [at] hq [dot] com.

Location

Former Joseph Beth Bookstore at Shaker Square
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