Enjoy Some Chicago Real Estate Over Breakfast

March 10, 2011

Want to talk Chicago real estate with an expert? Then this forum is for you. (which, by the way, does not publish every day of the year like we do) is hosting a Crain’s Real Estate Forum in Chicago on Wednesday, March 16.

The morning program offers interviews with prominent real estate executives.

Michael Reschke

Michael Reschke

The featured guest of this upcoming forum is Michael W. Reschke, chairman and CEO of The Prime Group Inc., a privately held real estate development company he founded in 1981.

Throughout his career, Reschke has developed or acquired more than $10 billion of real estate, including:

*The United Airlines headquarters building at 77 W. Wacker Drive, Chicago

*Citadel Center at 131 Dearborn St., Chicago

*The conversion of the lower 12 floors into the 610-room luxury JW Marriott Chicago at 208 S. LaSalle St.

Reschke has led the initial public offering of five companies and is a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Economic Club of Chicago and the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce.

He will be interviewed by Thomas A. Corfman, assistant managing editor of Crain’s Chicago Business.

The program will begin with a Coffee Networking Reception at 7:30 a.m.; the Breakfast Program is scheduled from 8 to 9:45 a.m.

Register by Friday, March 11 and save.

What: Crain’s Real Estate Forum

When: Wednesday, March 16; 7:30 to 9:45 a.m.

Where: The Chicago Club, 81 East Van Buren Street, Chicago

Cost: Tickets are $65 when purchased online by March 11

Visit: to reserve your seat

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