Real Estate Industry Group (REIG)

 

Network at Baltimore's most innovative development projects with REIG. 

Through a robust series of events, Real Estate Industry Group (REIG) engages real estate and other professionals in the work of The Associated. Often held on-site at real estate projects in various stages of development, these networking and educational opportunities bring together professionals interested in deepening their relationships with one another and the Baltimore Jewish community.  

Events include lunch and learns, happy hours and an annual event. 

Previous programs include: visits to Foundry Row, The Rotunda, City Garage, and 520 Park Ave. and speakers such as Marc Weller, President of Sagamore Development, Charlie Hatter, Principal at Prime Realty Advantage, and Michael Beatty, President of Beatty Development.

 

Join us for our next REIG Lunch and Learn

The Cannabis Industry of Maryland from a Real Estate Perspective

From growing facility to dispensary and all the legal issues in-between, hear from a panel of local experts on the cannabis industry in Maryland.

Featuring:
Wendy Bronfein, Director of Marketing, Curio Wellness
Andy Cohen, Partner, Grassroots
Jonathan Havens, Co-Chair Cannabis Law Practice, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP

Tuesday, December 4 | 12:00 p.m.
The Associated, Krieger Building
101 West Mount Royal Avenue

Cost: $15

Lunch and program | Dietary laws observed.

Garage parking is available.

Questions? Contact David Schimmel at dschimmel@associated.org or 410-369-9220.

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REIG Lunch and Learn
Topic: Marijuana Industry of Maryland from a Real Estate Perspective
Tuesday, December 04, 2018 at 12:00 PM
 
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