April Luncheon and Hard Hat Tour

April Luncheon

Wednesday, April 3 | 11:30 a.m – 1:00 p.m.

Greensboro Performing Arts Center/Tanger Presentation and Hard Hat Tour

 Stony Sanders H. Walker Sanders is president of The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro (CFGG). Its mission is to inspire giving, maximize opportunities and strengthen communities for present and future generations. CFGG manages more than $220 million in assets through 650 component funds and makes grants to nonprofit organizations totaling more than $15 million annually. In 2017, the Foundation received more than $20 million in contributions. Since 2012, its assets have increased more than 80% and it has received more than $100 million in contributions.

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Join us as we learn about the much anticipated Tanger Center for Performing Arts

About Tanger Center

Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts will be a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of approximately 3,000. The venue will be located in downtown Greensboro at the site surrounded by North Elm and East Lindsay Streets and Summit Avenue (since renamed Abe Brenner Place).

The Tanger Center is projected to host nearly 150 events per year and will be managed by the staff of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. The Tanger Center will host a diverse variety of events including concerts, Guilford College’s Bryan Series, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra performances, comedy shows and all types of family entertainment including Broadway and other live theatrical productions.

After the presentation, we welcome you to put on your boots, and hard hat and Join us on a guided Hard Hat Tour with Barnhill Contracting Company.

We hope to see you there!

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Register online by noon April 2, 2019

$0 – Free for CREW Members
$45 – Industry Guests

Greensboro History Museum
130 Summit Ave
Greensboro, NC 27401

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Commercial Real Estate Panel Luncheon

We had a fabulous turnout yesterday for the 7th annual CRE panel.  The speakers were informative, the food was delicious and the networking was endless, over 65 in attendance!  Always great to see so many smiling faces! We look forward to seeing you all December 7, 2016 for the annual holiday gathering.

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November CRE Panel-Luncheon

Please join us for lunch on our new date, Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at our new location, 23 Oak Branch Drive, for an in depth panel discussion that will cover Steven Tanger Center for Performing Arts (GPAC).

Featured Panelists:

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Matt Brown                                   Zack Matheny                                 Walker Sanders

Managing Director                       President                                         President

Greensboro Coliseum                  Downtown Greensboro                   Community Foundation

Complex                                       Inc.                                                  of Greater Greensboro

 

Moderated By:

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Brent Christensen

President & CEO

Greensboro Chamber of

Commerce

Event Sponsors:

 

               

 

 

Event Details

When:  Wednesday, November 2, 201611:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Where: Oak Branch Conference & Event Center
23 Oak Branch Dr. | Greensboro, NC 274001

Cost:   Complimentary for PTCREW members & sponsors using a pass
$40 for Industry guests


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November CRE Panel… Save the Date!!

Save The Date… November 2, 2016

23 Oak Branch Dr, Greensboro NC

PTCREW is excited to announce that this years CRE panel will be discussing the development of The Steven Tanger Center for Performing Arts.

At its August 2013 meeting, City Council approved a financing agreement in the amount of $7.6 million for the purchase of property along N. Elm and Lindsay streets and Summit Avenue. Since then an unprecidented $35 million has been raised so far in private support for this project.

The Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts will be a 3,000-seat facility — with a facade of limestone and glass — and feature a grand lobby, a rooftop terrace that will overlook the new LeBauer Park, unparalleled sight lines of the stage and a sound system designed to accommodate a vast range of performing arts productions. Nationally renowned architects who specialize in these facilities have just completed the designs for the exterior and lobby and are putting the finishing touches on the design of other areas in the building, including the auditorium. The plans are the direct result, in large part, of input received in 2012 from the community.

Panelists will be:

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Zack MathenyPresident Downtown Greensboro Incorporated to discuss economic development impact to the city and region

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Walker Sanders/The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro to discuss process of planning, fund raising and design

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Matt Brown/Greensboro Coliseum Complex to discuss facility management and operations

The event will be moderated by:

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Brent Christensen/Greensboro Partnership

 

November’s Event Proudly Sponsored by:

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