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Jon Septer Authors Article for Finance & Commerce on the Post-Pandemic Future of Commercial Real Estate in the Twin Cities

July 16, 2021

Partner Jon Septer of Maslon's Real Estate Group authored an article for Finance & Commerce titled "A Tale of Two Markets: The Future of Commercial Real Estate in the Twin Cities." Based on a panel discussion Jon moderated, the article looks ahead to our economic future beyond the pandemic. It offers insightful perspectives about what is on tenants' minds as they consider their office and business environments.

Jon has significant experience practicing in all facets of the commercial real estate life cycle. He serves as general counsel to a broad array of clients, including institutional and closely held commercial real estate investors, equipment manufacturers, lenders, farmers, and manufactured housing community owners in connection with complex farmland and manufactured housing community acquisitions.

To read the full article, go to: Finance & Commerce – "A Tale of Two Markets: The Future of Commercial Real Estate in the Twin Cities"

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