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Real Estate Industry Pros Learn of Temple's Expansion

October 11, 2011
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Brad Krouse, Jewish Federation Real Estate chair, addresses the group during their opening breakfast program at the Temple University Performing Arts Center. Photos by Scott Weiner

Current and prospective members of Jewish Federation Real Estate (JFRE), the Federation affinity group for real estate industry professionals, gathered for a breakfast program at the recently renovated Temple University Performing Arts Center. The Center, formerly the Baptist Temple, preserves much of the stained glass and art of the original structure.

According to guest speakers Temple President Ann Weaver Hart and Temple Facilities Committee Chairman Mitchell Morgan, this renovation is a prime example of the university's commitment to expanding its campus while respecting the integrity of existing structures and demonstrating sensitivity to the concerns of neighborhood residents and businesses.
 
JFRE connects, engages and mobilizes volunteer and financial resources of the Philadelphia real estate industry to assist the Jewish community in its most critical needs and priorities today and into the future.
 
For more information, call Alex Stroker, 215-832-0577, email astroker@jfgp.org, or visit www.jfre.net.

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