The Southern California SPIRE event of the year! The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame Induction Banquet will be held Wednesday, October 29th at The California Club in Los Angeles, CA. The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame honors the legacy of Stanford University and its alumni within the broadly defined fields of real estate. The 2014 Class of Inductees are Bob Lowe (MBA '64) and Tad Taube (BS '53, MS '57). This event is not to be missed as it will provide an evening of unmatched networking and connection with Stanford alumni and executives from the real estate industry.
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Sponsorship of the Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame entitles the sponsor to event and tribute program recognition in addition to VIP seating and amenities. Sponsorship and advertising funds are applied to the Induction Banquet in Southern California to be held October 29th. If you would like to attend the event in Northern California on November 14th seats will be made available based on your sponsorship allocation. The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame commemorative program will be distributed at both the Induction Banquet and the Honors Banquet.
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SPIRE's next event in New York will take place on Thursday, September 18th at 7 PM at Brasserie (100 E. 53rd Street). SREC Member David Hamamoto (BS '81), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at NorthStar Realty Finance, will join us for a discussion over dinner. Mr. Hamamoto has served as NorthStar's Chief Executive Officer since its founding in October 2004. NorthStar Realty Finance is a publicly traded REIT that is among the most active in the industry and has a real estate portfolio of over $6 billion.
Registration for this event is closed.
SPIRE's next event in Chicago will take place on Tuesday, September 16th. We will spend the evening on board Chicago's First Lady as we learn about more than 50 buildings along the Chicago River, revealing how the city grew from a small back-country outpost into one of the world's most important crossroads in less than 100 years. This event is a great opportunity for not only SPIRE members but their guests to enjoy the evening on the river.