Kathryn Kovitz Arnold, chair of Taft’s Real Estate and Condominium groups, has been invited to participate as a speaker at Illinois Real Estate Journal’s Fourth Annual Deconstructing Deconversion Summit on Wednesday, Oct. 13.
Arnold will be joined by eight industry professionals. Among the questions they will address are:
- How have legislative changes affected the deconversion process?
- How much longer is deconversion a viable source of CRE revenue?
- Have the past 18 months made for wary investors for rental real estate?
- “City Flight” – here to stay?
The program will be held at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 516 N Clark St. from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. For more information and to register, visit here.
Arnold has played a key role in shaping the landscape of many of Chicago’s most diverse neighborhoods and business communities, through her wide-ranging real estate practice. She handles all aspects of condominium law, from development to working with homeowner’s associations and deconversions. She assists clients in the areas of real estate development, leasing, mixed-use projects, restaurants, mixed-use high-rise development, vertical subdivisions and separations, and commercial financing (lender and borrower representation).