You are cordially invited to attend:

Central Philadelphia Development Corporation's
Membership Meeting

State of Center City 2016
Attracting New Tenants, Investors & Residents Downtown

Thursday, April 28, 8:30 AM

Union League
140 South Broad Street
Grant Room

Center City emerged from the recession with a wave of new development, driven not only by local growth but by tenants, investors, developers, visitors and residents from outside the city. Center City is 6% of the city’s land area but holds 42% of Philadelphia’s jobs and attracted 25% of all new in-movers to the city between 2010 and 2014. In the last 25 years, the number of hotel rooms downtown has doubled and the city’s share of the region’s housing starts has grown from 6% to 34%. What is different this time and can it be sustained? Come to the release of our State of Center City report and a panel discussion about the downtown marketplace

Paul R. Levy, Executive Director, CPDC: Highlights from the State of Center City report
Daniel Moore, Managing Director, Hines: Project overview of 1213 Walnut (co-developed with The Goldenberg Group) and why they are investing in Center City
Wayne L. Fisher, Executive Managing Director, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank: How significant are new out-of-market office tenants and investors?
Peter Tyson, Managing Director, CBRE Hotels: How does Philadelphia�s hotel market compare with our peers?

Business casual attire required. No denim.

CPDC members are encouraged to invite both young professionals and other members of their firms to attend this meeting. RSVP to Casandra Dominguez by April 25, or 215.440.5533.