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Chevy Chase Pavilion Reno; Challenges Of Growth Summit

NORTHWEST—The Chevy Chase Pavilion in DC's Friendship Heights is going to get a $32 million renovation, as well as new retail and restaurant concepts (including one called Range from Bryan Voltaggio). [WBJ]

BETHESDA—Next week there's a talk entitled "Challenges for Sustaining Growth on Both Sides of the Potomac" that is sponsored by the NAIOP. One of the speakers will be the economist/rock star Dr. Stephen Fuller, the director for the Center for Regional Analysis at GMU (he's the guy who predicted a slowdown in the DC area economy and owns a boat that used to belong to John Lennon. For a full list of who will speak at the event and the rest of the details the press release is after the jump). [CurbedInbox; previously]

Challenges for Sustaining Growth on Both Sides of the Potomac

01 Mar 2012 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center
5701 Marinelli Road
North Bethesda, MD 20852
Metro: White Flint

NAIOP Maryland/DC invites you to join us for a panel discussion featuring the most influential regional economists and County Directors of Economic Development in the Metropolitan Washington, DC region. Join us to learn about the economic challenges our region faces and participate in a cross jurisdictional discussion of trends in economic developmemt and opportunities for regional collaboration.

Our panel is comprised of the Presidents and Chief Executive Officers of Economic Development from Montogomery, Fairfax, Loudoun and Prince George's Counties and two of the leading economists in the Washington, DC region.

Panel: Moderator: Mike Smith, Principal, LCOR Inc.

Anirban Basu, Chairman and CEO, Sage Policy Group
Dr. Stephen Fuller, Director Center for Regional Analysis, Geoge Mason University
Dr. Gerald Gordon, President and CEO, Fairfax County Economic Development Authority
Steve Silverman, Director of Economic Development, Montgomery County
Thomas Flynn, Director of Economic Development, Loudoun County
Gwen McCall, President and CEO, Prince George's County Economic Development Corporation

Register today for this innovative program!

NAIOP members: $70
Government Employees: $70
Guests: $100