The AZRE Forum will be held on Aug. 3 at the Camby and Grady Gammage, Jr., founding member of Gammage & Burnham, will moderate one of the panels. The first two panels will focus on the multifamily, retail, office and industrial commercial real estate sectors in Arizona. The final panel will give an update on the state of the commercial real estate industry in Arizona.

Gammage will be moderating on the final panel focusing on the State of the State.

Tickets for the AZRE Forum can be purchased here. Last year, the AZRE Forum focused on a variety of trends including access to capital, infill development and much more.

Here is a closer look at Gammage.

Gammage grew up on the ASU campus in the 1950s. After graduating from Stanford, he came home and started practicing law in the mid 1970s. With two partners, he founded Gammage & Burnham in 1983. Gammage practices in the areas of zoning, land use and real estate. He is also a senior fellow at ASU’s Morrison Institute and the Kyl Center for Water Policy. His work there focuses on urban growth and development, quality of life and local economic issues. He also teaches at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and at the W.P. Carey School of Business.

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