2020 was a year of pandemic, protest, and political pandemonium, according to our speaker. With images of urban commercial properties being vandalized, Lyneir Richardson, an educator and social entrepreneur with a deep background in retail and business development, asked: Can inclusive ownership, getting more inner-city minorities to have a stake in the commercial properties in their neighborhoods (particularly in their essential shopping centers), bring increased economic opportunities and reverse community disinvestment?
Join the Center for Real Estate Entrepreneurship and the student-managed real estate investment fund of George Mason University for a discussion with Lyneir Richardson, his vision for inclusive retail investments, and the fund’s recent social impact investment in Walbrook Junction, a neighborhood shopping center in west Baltimore.
|Date:||May 19, 2021|
|Time:||5:00 pm - 6:00 pm|
|Fee:||Free, Registration Required|
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