Join Us for our
SC Commercial Real Estate Roundtable
Tuesday, May 19th, 2020 | 5pm-6pm
Few of us have seen anything like the coronavirus and its economic effects. There's no doubt commercial real estate has been impacted. Hear our panel of experts views on how we will recover.
Will all regions in the state benefit equally? How much of an impact will it have on our industry segments? What are the trends and business opportunities in the marketplace now?
Steve focuses on integrating CBRE's diverse service lines, including property leasing, management, project management and investment sales to provide comprehensive and creative solutions to clients across the state.
As a South Carolina native and College of Charleston graduate, Steve takes pride in the advantages his team builds for the state through our group of talented people and perspectives. His first nine years were spent in Charleston, where he specialized in commercial sales and leasing. In 1993, he moved to Greenville and joined The Furman Co. In 1997, he was named Vice President of the Office Group. In December 2000, he became a principal in the firm and was named Vice President of The Furman Co., and in 2008 he became Executive Vice President and Managing Principal.
Robert Benedict is a Professor of Practice and the former Director of the Master of Real Estate Development program at Clemson University. Dr. Benedict received his Master of Business Administration from the University of Georgia, a Master of Arts in Historic Preservation from Goucher College and a Ph.D. in Environmental Design and Planning from Clemson. Prior to joining Clemson, Robert was a Vice-President and partner with Carolina Holdings for 13 years. He was also with U.S. Shelter Corporation in their multi-family development division and started his career with The Travelers Insurance Company in their real estate investment group. He taught Preservation Economics at the University of Georgia and currently teaches Development Process, Real Estate Technology, Preservation Feasibility and the commercial Practicum course at Clemson.
Tyler joined Synovus in 1997, and over the years has worked in a variety of roles. Originally from Kentucky, he earned a bachelor’s in Political Science and Business Administration from Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C. In 2011, Tyler was named Outstanding Young Alumnus from his alma mater, and was recognized by the South Carolina Bankers Association as Outstanding Young Banker.
Married with three sons, he enjoys golf, outdoor activities, and watching his sons play sports.Moderator: David Dykes, Editor, Greenville Business Magazine, Columbia Business Monthly and Charleston Business Magazine
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