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March Virtual Program - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelsey Schneider
22:33
Congratulations!!
Angie Cole
22:35
Congrats!!!
Samantha Jordan | Emerick
22:37
Congratulations!
MaryKay (she/her/hers)
22:41
Congratulations Karisa! We're so happy for you!
Matt Beilstein - Township
22:41
Nice work!!
Elissa Looney - Perlo Construction
22:42
Congratulations!
Chabeli Arreola
22:43
Congrats!
Kristina Benson
22:45
Yay!
Kelci
22:46
Congrats!
Cheryl Russell Bergelectric
22:46
Congratulations!!!
Tiffany Van Dyke
22:46
Congrats!
Krystal
22:48
Congratulations Karisa!
Midway Congregation
22:50
Congrats
Claudia New
22:50
Congratulations!
Logan Canales
22:52
Congratulations Karisa!
Allison Hirzel
22:58
Congratulations!!
Kimberlee Stafford she/her
23:00
Congratulations!
Tamar Wade
23:23
Congratulations!
Karisa Caracol
24:46
Thank you everyone! It is such a honor to receive this scholarship and I am truly grateful. I'm looking forward to becoming more involved with CREW once I'm done with the program next year.
Jackie Roethel
25:01
Congratulations!!
MaryKay (she/her/hers)
25:45
We're really happy you're part of the Future Leaders programs Karisa!
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
27:24
Thank you for putting on this event. I really enjoyed attending CREW meetings when I worked in metro Dallas. Sherwood is growing with new industrial and other projects and I wanted to connect with CREW members about development opportunities in Sherwood since I am the relatively new EconDev Manager with the City of Sherwood. Thanks Bruce Coleman, Economic Development Manager City of Sherwood 503.625.4206 colemanb@sherwoodoregon.gov
Jewel Kayfes, NWESI | CREW President
28:47
Welcome Bruce! Love to hear Sherwood is growing and you are hear today to connect with CREW.
Shelby - Bastion Security
30:17
Welcome Bruce
Jewel Kayfes, NWESI | CREW President
36:44
beautiful building
MaryKay (she/her/hers)
44:21
Wow! The visuals of the demolition are pretty powerful!
Jewel Kayfes, NWESI | CREW President
44:30
Yeah, great video Perlo!
Terry Shanley
44:52
Jerry, what is the Portland area's percentage of the national industrial market? Of the 222 million SF needed, what does that translate to in the Portland market?
Jewel Kayfes, NWESI | CREW President
46:18
Great question Terry! As a reminder to all attendees, please enter your questions here into the chat for the speakers to cover following the presentation.
Teresa Carr
46:31
Was there any involvement with SHPO regarding the history of the site? Or was it not considered to have historical significance?
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
47:22
This is very exciting. Sometimes I am asked about job creation and wage levels from e-commerce vs traditional DC facilities. I have heard that this is as good a job creator as manufacturing. Can you help me to understand. Thanks. Bruce Coleman, City of Sherwood EconDev
Samantha Jordan | Emerick
48:15
Do you anticipate this trend to continue or level off?
Catherine Lane
48:37
With the reducing availability of large tracts of land in close proximity to urban environments, do you foresee there ever being any viability for taking these types of facilities vertical?
Sarah Glathar
50:57
What sort of trends do you see in "traditional" industrial real estate in Portland? Manufacturing... those making the items being shipped by the Amazons/UPS/USPS, etc?
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
55:05
Clear more industrial land is needed. We are working on a 1300 acre area in Urban Reserve next to Sherwood and council wants to focus some of that on industrial. Always appreciate guidance. Thanks Bruce coleman City of Sherwood colemanb@sherwoodoregon.gov
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
56:16
Did you saw there is a need to create 200-250 acres of industrial land per year - is that just within the Portland Metro area. What is the strategy for encouraging Metro to allow additional employment land? thanks Bruce Coleman City of Sherwood EconDev
Jeanette Schuster
56:43
How do sustainable development/renewable energy to power the buildings and operations factor into the development of industrial sites?
Catherine Lane
01:04:33
If the vision of drone delivery actually becomes reality, how do you see that impacting these types of facilities?
Kelsey's iPhone
01:06:07
How long, is a long due diligence process?
Jeanie
01:07:44
All this development certainly impacts the roads and things have to improve with the bridge issues - how are those discussions going?
Sarah Glathar
01:10:41
For the challenges Gabriela mentioned, how many of those are being solved pre-transaction vs post transaction?
Jen Whaler
01:14:28
Industrial development is also a powerful driver for the assessment and mitigation of environmental contamination and in many cases, it's the due diligence process that reveals environmental impacts like contaminated soil, soil gas and groundwater.
karen.joslin
01:23:34
The background on how Prologis and similar companies can handle the ultimate costs for complex site development was such a great insight! That is the secret sauce for me so-to-speak
MaryKay (she/her/hers)
01:25:50
So fascinating to learn about the huge variety of challenges, complexities, etc. Amazing to see how so many facets of the CRE industry can come together to create an outstanding project. And love hearing that labor/wages has become such a big part of the conversation!
karen.joslin
01:26:20
At the end of the day - Sean's comment about the desirability of the Portland market somewhat because of the challenges rather than in spite of those challenges
karen.joslin
01:29:27
Question - so even after the working from home and our hermit status is relieved, do you anticipate just as much demand for warehouse/distribution? Or is this separated from the "amazon" style consumer purchasing model?
Diana | CREW Portland
01:30:13
Hi All - we are going to continue with Q&A for a few more minutes and just do 1 networking breakout session instead of 2.
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
01:31:50
great event. thanks. bruce coleman city of sherwood
MaryKay (she/her/hers)
01:32:25
Excellent job by the panelists. So informative and so much good info - thank you!
Terry Shanley
01:32:58
Very impressive panel with real world, useful information. Thank you CREW!
Teresa Carr
01:33:28
Sean, Jerry and Gabriela--Nice to see you all--great job!
karen.joslin
01:33:36
Actually golf has seen all time high increases - 6 months of traffic higher than previous 3 years total in this market which may continue due to so many continuing to ork at home! Crazy!
Tiffany Van Dyke
01:34:09
Very great conversation. The grow boundary is there to protect the farm ground, which is also important, we've lost a lot to grow the last couple years.
Stacey G
01:34:22
Thank you to the panelists, Christine for moderating and CREW for hosting. Excellent presentation!
Sarah Glathar
01:35:09
I am very appreciative of the conversation! Needing to jump into my next meeting and missing the networking, but can't wait until I can raise a glass with you all in person!
Sarah Glathar
01:35:35
(Also, RIP Pok Pok! Jerry, we'll have to find a substitute!)
Jackie Roethel
01:35:39
This is such a great program! Great job … great info … Thanks CREW!
Samantha Jordan | Emerick
01:36:02
That was fantastic!
bruce Coleman City of Sherwood
01:36:27
is this going to beavailable as a presentation we could see and share within city of sherwood? tnx bruce
karen.joslin
01:37:04
Question on the opposite of restaurants going to ghost kitchens with using more centralized kitchen set ups in industrial (less expensive) locations along the lines of a large corporate campus central kitchen?
Chabeli Arreola
01:37:10
Thank you. Great presentation.
Kelsey Schneider | Cresa
01:53:08
THANK YOU!!
Mark Aasland
01:53:26
can I get Jewel's email?
Jewel Kayfes, NWESI | CREW President
01:53:58
jewelk@nwesi.com