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Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Roosevelt University President Emeritus Ted Gross, from left, Eugene Stunard of Appraisal Research Counselors and Harry Huzenis of JRG Capital Partners attended the Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate on Sept. 27. The event took place at 425 S. Wabash Ave., and the topic was Chicago's 2004 Zoning Reform: Does it Work for Chicago?" The forum is sponsored by the Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate, part of the Heller College of Business at Roosevelt. Photos by Dianne Brogan

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Bill Cowan, left, of Jones Lang LaSalle and Louis Masotti of the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Justin Sewell, left, of the Institute of Real Estate Management, and Robert Lau of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Jack Guthman, left, of Shefsky & Froelich and Patrick FitzGerald of FitzGerald Associates Architects.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Al Gorman, left, of Power Construction and Gerald Fogelson of Central Station Development Corp.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

The panelists were Jack Guthman, from left, of Shefsky & Froelich Ltd., Kirk R. Bishop of Duncan Associates and Benet Haller of the city of Chicago. The moderator, right, was D. Bradford Hunt, associate professor of social science and history at Roosevelt University.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Crystal Harvey, left, of Koenig & Strey and Ginger Downs of the Chicago Association of Realtors.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Kevin Jackson, left, of Chicago Rehab Network and Thomas B. O'Brien of Henry Bros. Co.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

B. Timothy Desmond, left, of Central Station Development Corp. and Gail Lissner of Appraisal Research Counselors.

Gerald Fogelson Forum on Real Estate

Bill Trumbull, from left, of the Chicago Transit Authority, Benet Haller of the city of Chicago and Phil Levin of the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association.

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