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HACC Presents the Effects of COVID on Commercial and Residential Real Estate

NEW YORK – The Hellenic-American Chamber of Commerce presents the virtual discussion RE-Building 2: The Effects of COVID on Commercial and Residential Real Estate on Wednesday, May 4, 5 PM ET, with a distinguished group of panelists and moderator Emanuel Kokinakis Partner Mega Development & Mega Contracting Group.

The panelists include: Stephanie Andrews, Senior VP New Development M.N.S. Real Estate NY; Hugh Donlon, Alma Bank Chief Lending Officer; John Petras, Managing Principal Partner of Rockfarmer Properties; Belinda G. Schwartz Chair, Real Estate Department of Herrick Feinstein LLP; and Peter Papamichael Principal of Vorea Group.

Register for free online: https://bit.ly/3kykdg2.

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