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Partner Jonathan Septer to Moderate a Commercial Real Estate Forum on Considerations for Tenants Regarding Leased Space Needs

June 15, 2021

Jonathan Septer, a partner in Maslon's Real Estate Group, will moderate a live commercial real estate forum from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. CT on Tuesday, June 15. Jon and his guests, leading experts in the field, will share insights into the current state of the commercial real estate market and what they expect in the short- and long-term future. Attendees will learn how tenants feel about their future office environments and what factors they are considering as more companies begin a return to the office. The panel is presented by Finance & Commerce and sponsored by Maslon.

One hour of Real Estate Credits have been applied for with the Minnesota Department of Commerce.

To register, go to: Commercial Real Estate Forum.

Those who are unable to attend the live forum are urged to register; organizers will send a recording and accompanying slides after the presentation.

Jon is a partner with significant experience practicing in all facets of the commercial real estate life cycle, including real estate acquisitions and dispositions, commercial and agricultural leasing, title and survey due diligence review, real estate financing, and land use, entitlement, and permitting projects—with particular depth in the agribusiness and manufactured housing industries. Jon serves as general counsel to a broad array of clients, including several institutional investors, equipment manufacturers, lenders, farmers, manufactured housing community owners in connection with complex farmland and manufactured housing community acquisitions. Across all, he aims to add maximum value to his clients by focusing on their key needs, providing creative solutions, and delivering deadline-driven results.


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