Real Estate Center and Program Dinner

Join us for an evening of networking and celebration with UC students, alumni, and industry professionals!

30th Annual Real Estate Center & Program Dinner
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati

151 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202
5:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Reception begins at 5:00 p.m.
Dinner will be served promptly at 6:15 p.m.

Distinguished Real Estate Service Award Recipient

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Jerry Atkins

Bellwether Enterprise, Distinguished Real Estate Service Award Recipient

Jerry Atkins has been active in the Cincinnati commercial real estate community as a consultant, developer and investor since 1983.

He currently works with Bellwether Enterprise, a national mortgage banking company, where he started a structured finance and capital markets practice with partner Kyle Neumann. Jerry previously served as President of the Property Advisors Corporation, a Cincinnati-based commercial real estate consulting firm he founded, grew, and later sold.

He has led significant private and public sector capital projects for Ackermann Group; Castellini Companies; Cincinnati Public Schools; Cintas Corporation; DMG Properties; Empower Media Marketing; Gaslight Property; Kroger Co.; Luxottica Group; Mayfield Brain & Spine; Messer Development Company; NorthPointe Group; Terrex Development and Construction; UC Health; and University of Cincinnati.

Recent development and investment projects include University Station at Xavier University; Duveneck Square in Covington, KY; the Uptown Gateway development and UC Digital Futures Building; and the Madisonville, OH Mixed-Use Urban Redevelopment. A lifetime Bearcat, he received his BA, Cum Laude from the University of Cincinnati in 1981 where he was recipient of the Robert Patterson McKibben Memorial Medal, Most Outstanding Male Graduate—College of Arts & Sciences; and the Clare E. Hubert Award, Most Outstanding Male Graduate—Psychology Honors Program. He was a member of Cincinnatus, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board, and Metro.

He joined the UC REEAC Board in 1988 serving as Board chair from 1994-1995. He was instrumental in expanding the REEAC Board, starting the inaugural Real Estate Dinner, and providing guidance in the expansion of the real estate program. From 1990-1992, he served on the College of Arts & Sciences Board of Governors. From 1997-2003, he was a member of the UC Alumni Association Board of Governors and served as both the Vice President and Treasurer during his tenure. He was a Founding Member of the UCATS Club and served on the UCATS Board from 2007-2010.

Mr. Atkins is a graduate of the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber Leadership Cincinnati Class 21. From 1983-1985 he served as a member of the Big Brothers-Big Sisters Board of Trustees. From 1985-1986, he served on the Finance Committee of College Hill Presbyterian Church. He was a member of the Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy Board of Trustees, a K-12 school, from 1996-2001, serving as Treasurer, Vice President and President. He led several CHCA capital projects including the $10 million downtown Otto Armleder Academy, a K-6 school for inner city students.

Jerry is a currently a member of the Urban Land Institute and UC Real Estate Roundtable.

Real Estate Dinner Chair

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Gregg Pancero

Vice President, GPMC, Inc.

The Real Estate Center wishes to thank Gregg Pancero, our 2019 Real Estate Dinner Chair, for coordinating this year's event and for his ongoing service to the UC Real Estate Center.

Gregg Pancero was born in Cincinnati and is a third-generation Bearcat. He studied finance and real estate at the Lindner College of Business and completed the cooperative education program working for Eagle Realty Group. Gregg is a past recipient of the UC Real Estate Student of the Year award.

Upon graduation, he began his real estate career with The Kroger Co. Gregg worked on a variety of assignments at Kroger including acquisitions, dispositions, development, lease negotiations, and other strategic corporate ventures. While working at Kroger, Gregg earned an MBA from Xavier University.

In 2014, Gregg left The Kroger Co. to begin a career with his family’s business, which operates several restaurants in the tri-state area and manages local real estate investments. Gregg is also a partner in the Cincinnati-based Thunderdome Restaurant Group, which owns and operates seven unique restaurant concepts. Gregg has remained involved with the UC Real Estate Center and is currently a member of the UC Real Estate Center’s Executive Advisory Counsel.

Registration options

  • Full table: $1,250.00 (Includes ten dinner seats and ten drink tickets) 
    Tax deductible portion is $750
  • Half table: $700.00 (Includes five dinner seats and five drink tickets) 
    Tax deductible portion is $375
  • Individual seats: $150.00 each 
    Tax deductible portion is $75

Please send your guests' names to real.estate@uc.edu.

Sponsorship

Corporate Sponsor: $5,000

Includes:

  • One banquet table with preferential seating (10 seats)
  • Prominent display of your company logo on all marketing materials (banquet ads, event programs, sponsor boards, invitation)

Tax deductible portion is $4,200.

Bearcat Sponsor: $2,500

Includes:

  • Half banquet table with preferential seating (5 seats)
  • Ten complimentary drink tickets
  • Prominent display of your company logo on all marketing materials (banquet ads, event programs, sponsor boards, invitation)

Tax deductible portion is $2,100

Individual Sponsor: $1,250

Includes:

  • Two tickets to dinner
  • Two complimentary drink tickets
  • Prominent display of your company logo on all marketing materials (banquet ads, event programs, sponsor boards, invitation)

Tax deductible portion is $1,075

Media Sponsor

The Cincinnati Business Courier