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Thank you for your interest in the JFRE at Arthaus event. Due to the incredible interest from the community, we are at capacity. If you would like to join the waitlist, please fill out this form.

Join the Jewish Federation Real Estate (JFRE) group for an exclusive morning at Arthaus in Philadelphia for a discussion with prominent female leaders in the development space. Come and listen to industry powerhouses Julia Dranoff, managing director and chief operating officer at Dranoff Properties, Prema Katari Gupta, CEO of Center City District, and Lindsey Scannapieco, founder and managing partner of Scout, discuss what it has taken to get where they are. Moderated by JFRE Vice Chair Jessica Morgan, a principal at Lubert-Adler.

Arthaus is a 47-story condominium tower, designed by renowned architect Kohn Pederson Fox and developed by Dranoff Properties. The Property offers a market-leading amenity package and spacious, thoughtfully planned residential units with breathtaking views of all that Center City offers. 

Network with industry greats, connect with real estate and related industry professionals and tour the luxury condominium building.

RSVP by Thursday, March 7. Space is limited.

event details

Location:
301 S Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Date & Time:
Tuesday, March 12
8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Cost:
Free for JFRE members
$75 for non-members

Questions? Contact JFRE Program Manager Alan Lepore at alepore@jewishphilly.org.

Julia is responsible for managing the real estate portfolio and shaping the company’s strategy and direction through acquisitions, operations, sales and marketing, financing and investments, and development projects. She oversees the development process including site selection, entitlements, planning, funding, and leasing for adaptive re-use and new construction and coordinates proposals, design, pro forma modeling, capital raising, partnerships, and due diligence.

Julia has overseen the creation of many distinctly different mixed-use urban developments that combine luxury residential living with entertainment, retail, parking and transit, and have achieved national acclaim. 

Prema oversees all aspects of the CCD’s planning, strategy, economic development and operations. The CCD is a downtown management district, which provides security, cleaning, place marketing and planning services, as well as streetscape and park improvements for the central business district of Philadelphia.

Lindsey Scannapieco is the Founder of Scout, an inter-disciplinary development practice that activates underutilized space through creative programming and development. Most recently, Scout redeveloped the 340,000 sqft historic Bok Vocational High School into a vibrant space in South Philly for over 200 community organizations, artisans and entrepreneurs. The project has been recognized with the ULI Philadelphia Vision Award for Transformative Development, the Center for New Urbanism (CNU) Charter Award, and most recently was longlisted by Dezeen in the Adaptive Reuse Architecture category. Scout’s work has been featured in numerous publications including Condé Nast Traveller, NYTimes, Grid Magazine, GOOD Magazine, FT Weekend, Le Cool and the Guardian.

In addition to development projects, Scout continues to oversee installations and engagement projects. Previous projects include collaborative installations alongside artists and makers for the PHS Flower Show in 2021 and 2022 and the innovative pop-up Films on Fridges, which was named “the UK’s hottest cinema”.

Lindsey was named by Curbed National as a Curbed Young Gun, a designation which seeks to identify ten of the most promising up-and-coming practices and people in architecture and urban development. Lindsey was awarded the Rising Star of Real Estate award by the Philadelphia Inquirer and frequently speaks at events and universities about creative approaches to real estate development.

Outside of work, Lindsey is a board member of the Fleisher Art Memorial and Co-President of the board for the Friends of FDR Park. Lindsey holds a B.S. in Real Estate Finance from the University of Southern California and MSc in City Design and Social Science from the London School of Economics.

Jessica Morgan is Vice President at Lubert-Adler Real Estate Funds, responsible for acquisitions and asset management. Prior to joining Lubert-Adler, she worked on the Acquisitions team at SL Green Realty Corp. in Manhattan. She graduated magna cum laude with a B.A in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Jessica serves as the Vice Chair of Jewish Federation Real Estate.

ADDITONAL DETAILS

  • Kosher breakfast will be served.
  • Tours of the facility will be available for participants. 
  • We will be unable to accommodate walk-ins.
  • We request that you have received up-to-date vaccinations to attend this event.
  • As a reminder, here are the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia’s terms and conditions that include COVID-19 safety protocols.
  • To renew your JFRE membership, or to join JFRE, please click here or contact Alan Lepore at alepore@jewishphilly.org or call 215.832.0532.

Thank you for your interest in the JFRE at Arthaus event. Due to the incredible interest from the community, we are at capacity. If you would like to join the waitlist, please fill out this form.
You will be contacted via email if you are taken off the waitlist.

thank you to our generous sponsor: Dranoff