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Second Annual Student Housing Conference panelists say market will set another record in 2016

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The panel addresses "Meeting Today's Design, Construction, Property Management Needs" at Illinois Real Estate Journal's 2nd Annual Student Housing Conference, held June 22, 2016 at The University of Chicago Gleacher Center, 450 N. Cityfront Plaza Drive. From left to right: Stephen Siegle, senior vice president/senior project architect for VOA and Now Stantec; Doug Campbell, associate vice president, Cannon Design; Wayne Magdziarz, senior vice president for Capital Planning, Loyola University; Greg Werner, senior vice president and general manager, Mortenson Construction; and Robert Natke (moderator), partner, UrbanWorks.

More than 150 attendees gathered at the University of Chicago Gleacher Center, June 22 to hear experts weigh in on the current status of the student housing market during Illinois Real Estate Journal's 2nd Annual Student Housing conference.

More than 150 attendees gathered at the University of Chicago Gleacher Center, June 22 to hear experts weigh in on the current status of the student housing market during Illinois Real Estate Journal's 2nd Annual Student Housing conference. Discussion focused on the state of the market and what's being done to meet today's design, construction and property management needs.

The State of the Market panel of speakers consisted of: Michael Higgins, associate director, HFF; John Diedrich, senior vice president of investments, CA Ventures; Ryan Tobias (moderator), partner, Triad Real Estate Partners; Kevin White, acquisition director, Virtus Real Estate Capital; Don Shapiro, president and CEO, Foresite Realty Advisors.

Meeting Today's Design, Construction, Property Management Needs panel speakers, included: Stephen Siegle, senior vice president/senior project architect for VOA and Now Stantec; Robert Natke (moderator), partner, UrbanWorks; Doug Campbell, associate vice president, Cannon Design; Wayne Magdziarz, senior vice president for Capital Planning, Loyola University; and Greg Werner, senior vice president and general manager, Mortenson Construction.

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