Partner Graham C. Grady participated in the University of Chicago Harris School of Public Policy Multi-Family Investor Summit 2.0, held on Saturday, Jan. 11. Grady served as a panelist on the breakout session “Helping You Navigate: Managing Property in the Wake of Legal Recreational Marijuana, Just Housing.”
Sponsored by US Bank and a dozen industry organizations, the summit’s four interactive hours featured invited real estate industry professionals who covered topics including:
- 2020 multi-family investment forecast.
- Elevated capital market liquidity and falling interest rates – a combination for cap rate movement?
- Intersection of recreational use marijuana and investment property.
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Grady focuses his practice on real estate development, government relations and the representation of not-for-profit organizations. He is a director and treasurer of the Lloyd A. Fry Foundation and is active in numerous philanthropic activities including the African-American Legacy of the Chicago Community Trust, the Council on Foundations Committee on Diversity and Inclusion, and is a former director of the Donors Forum of Chicago and AFBE, the Association of Black Foundation Executives. Grady is also the founder of Chicago African-Americans in Commercial Real Estate.