AFIRE Podcast #02: How Can Real Estate Adapt the Built Environment?

(Featuring Byron Carlock, US Real Estate Practice Leader, PwC)

A conversation with Byron Carlock, US Real Estate Practice Leader, PwC, on the future of the built environment.

In the early months of COVID-19, life dramatically changed for everyone—but in this next phase of this crisis, as people start to go back to work and school, how should real estate change? 

PwC’s US Real Estate Practice Leader Byron Carlock, Jr talks about how real estate will transform in the months to come and the forces driving that change.

FEATURING

Byron Carlock leads PwC’s US Real Estate Practice. With 28 years of experience serving the industry, Byron brings extensive knowledge of the full real estate life cycle including matters ranging from strategic planning and property transaction advisory to capital formation, and business plan execution. In addition, he has expertise in governance, board matters, mergers and acquisitions and corporate conflict matters. Byron has experience advising major clients including corporate owners and users, developers, hospitality organizations, investors and REITs.

Byron is a CPA, currently a governor of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a member of Real Estate Roundtable, NAREIT and AFIRE. He is also a board member of Harvard Club of Dallas and a board member emeritus of Harvard Business School.

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