SOLD OUT: NAIOP Onsite at Lincoln Yards

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June 7, 2023

Lincoln Yards' Life Sciences Building
1229 W Concord Place


This event is SOLD OUT.  Onsite registrations will not be accepted.

Join NAIOP Chicago on Wednesday, June 7th and be one of the first to see Lincoln Yard’s NEW Life Science’s Building at 1229 W. Concord. We will be joined by Sterling Bay’s Reed Edwards & Ryan Walsh who will discuss the planning and concept behind the development as well as the future plans for the 53-acre riverfront neighborhood of Lincoln Yards.

Lincoln Yards’ Life Sciences Building 
1229 W. Concord Place
Chicago, IL

Schedule of Events:
8:00 AM | Registration & Networking
8:30 AM | Program
9:30 AM | Adjourn

Registration Fees:
Members | $65
DL Members | $55
Non-Members | $85

Reed Edwards

Managing Principal
Sterling Bay

Reed oversees all business aspects of Sterling Bay’s investment and development platform, including portfolio management, financing and capital transactions. Reed specializes in executing ground-up and adaptive reuse development projects, financial analysis, complex lease negotiations, as well as acquisitions and dispositions. Since joining Sterling Bay in 2008, Reed has asset managed a real estate portfolio in excess of 10 million SF and closed $3 billion of financing, including Sterling Bay’s developments for Hillshire Brands at 400 S Jefferson, Google’s Midwest headquarters at 1KFulton, McDonald’s global headquarters at 110 N Carpenter and redevelopment of 111 N Canal, among others. Reed’s additional responsibilities at Sterling Bay include guiding strategy for corporate operations, growth, and capital allocations. For six years prior to joining Sterling Bay, Reed provided commercial mortgage banking services at PC Financial Corporation, focusing on construction, bridge, life company, and CMBS debt origination. He earned a BS in Finance from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana.

Ryan Walsh

Principal, Acquisitions
Sterling Bay

As Principal of Acquisitions, Ryan oversees the sourcing, closing, and capital formation of the Sterling Bay’s investment and development opportunities across the country. Ryan is focused on mixed-use, life science, creative office, residential, and industrial opportunities in high-growth markets nationally. Ryan has contributed to Sterling Bay’s national portfolio growth through several high-profile acquisitions, including mixed-use opportunities in Atlanta, Charlotte, Dallas, and Nashville, and over $4B in life science portfolio investment. Prior to joining Sterling Bay in 2017, Ryan worked as an investment sale broker at Eastdil Secured, completing transactions totaling $14 billion, focusing on sales and recapitalizations of office and mixed-use assets in the Midwest. Ryan earned a BA in Economics from the University of Michigan and is an active member of the local non-profit, Open Heart Magic.