On this episode of the Palomar Perspective, join us for an industry-specific discussion on the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and take an inside look at 2021 predictions for the Retail Investment Industry. Hosted by Ryan McArdle, David Rivers, and Steve Collins of The Palomar Group with guests David Wik of Phillips Edison & Company, Mark Horgan of Brixmor, Ryan Cockerill of Agree Realty, Jim Halliwell of Principal, and Michael Deering of Hutton.
On Episode 13 of the Palomar Perspective, David Rivers and Steve Collins have a conversation with The Palomar Group Brand Ambassador, Greyson Sigg. Greyson is a rookie on the Korn Ferry Tour. With a 2nd place finish in the Korn Ferry Championship, Greyson earned a spot in this year's #USOpen at Winged Foot. This is Greyson's first PGA TOUR start and first Major.
David and Steve talk with Greyson about the wild ride he has had over the past 12 months from playing in Canada to the Korn Ferry Tour to the US Open.
On Episode 12 of the Palomar Perspective, Ryan McArdle has a conversation with Eric Shulman, Vice President of Transactions, and Stuart Carter, Transactions Manager, at Westwood Financial. In this episode, Ryan, Eric, and Stuart discuss the restart of sports and how Westwood Financial has continued to find success amidst the changing landscape of retail.
On Episode 11 of the Palomar Perspective, Steve Collins has a conversation with Chris Ressa, COO at DLC Management. In this episode, Chris and Steve discuss the future of retail, where DLC is headed, and how sports helped get Chris where he is today.
On Episode 10 of the Palomar Perspective, David Rivers has a conversation with Ryan Cockerill, Executive VP of Acquisitions at Agree Realty. In this episode, David and Ryan discuss everything from how Agree will execute on the adjusted $800 million 2020 acquisition guidance to what quick service restaurant Tom Brady would be.
On Episode 9 of the Palomar Perspective, Lee Malchow has a conversation with Charlie Loudermilk, Director of Development and Investments at The Loudermilk Companies. In this episode, Lee and Charlie discuss everything from retail, office, flying airplanes and dancing in the rain.
On Episode 8 of the Palomar Perspective, Ryan McArdle has a conversation with Danny Holland, President and COO at Epic Real Estate Partners. In this episode, Ryan and Danny discuss everything from the toughest things Danny has had to deal with while building his business to how his hometown of Austin is dealing with the loss of @SXSW and other premier events as a result of the shutdown.
On Episode 7 of the Palomar Perspective, Steve Collins has a conversation with Aaron Zucker, Principal at Zucker Investment Group (ZIG). In this episode, Steve and Aaron discuss everything from Aaron's decision to start his own company, where ZIG is going, and Aaron being tabbed Most Likely to Succeed by David Wik.
On Episode 6 of the Palomar Perspective, Ryan McArdle has a conversation with Dave Wik, Senior VP of Acquisitions and Dispositions at Phillips Edison & Company. In this episode, Ryan and Dave discuss everything from PECO’s incredible growth over the past 10 years to Industry Superlatives like “Most Likely to Bring Home to Mom” (Ashby Hackney!)
On Episode 5 of the Palomar Perspective, Jefferson Knox and Lee Malchow have a conversation with Cyril John, John Ash, and Taylor Brown. The conversation covers everything from first-timers in a recession, COVID-19’s impact on retail, shifts in day to day responsibilities, and opportunities that may come from COVID-19. Cyril John is the Senior Transactions Associate at Hutton, John Ash is the Director of Investments at Carolina Capital, and Taylor Brown is the Senior Acquisitions Associate at New Market Properties.
On Episode 4 of the Palomar Perspective, David Rivers has a conversation with Tom Falatko of CIM Group. Tom is the Vice President of Acquisitions at CIM. In this episode, David and Tom discuss everything from puzzles, Costa Rica, dogs, and how the market is impacting one of the largest retail portfolios in the country.
On episode 3 of the Palomar Perspective, Steve Collins has a conversation with insight into how the leaders of 3 private shopping center owners are dealing with tenants during COVID-19. Jeremy Rosenthall, Lance Hagaman, and Christian Chamblee. Jeremy is the managing director at M&P Shopping Centers, Lance is the Chief Operating Officer at Hendon Properties, and Christian is the COO and Director of Acquisitions at Ziff properties.
On Episode 2 of the Palomar Perspective Ryan McArdle has a conversation with Barry Argalas of Regency Centers. Barry is the Vice President of National Transactions at Regency. In this episode, Ryan and Barry discuss everything from Billion dollar mergers, to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the retail industry, and the inability to turn down a delicious white claw.
3/27/2020 | On Episode 1 of the Palomar Perspective David Rivers has a conversation with Ross Cooper of KIMCO Realty. Ross is the President and CIO of KIMCO. The conversation covers everything from sushi, returning emails, Retail Darwinism, COVID-19’s impact on retail, and red eyes from Vegas.