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AHI Business Network Luncheon Highlights Trends in Commercial Real Estate
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: CHRYSOULA ECONOMOPOULOS
May 19, 2003 No. 28 (202) 785-8430

AHI Business Network Luncheon Highlights
Trends in Commercial Real Estate

WASHINGTON, DC—On May 14, 2003, the American Hellenic Institute’s (AHI) Business Network luncheon featured Demetri Koutrouvelis, Associate Director at Julien J. Studley, Inc. and AHI member, to discuss “Commercial Real Estate Trends: Which Way From Here?” The event was held at the Army and Navy Club.

Mr. Koutrouvelis discussed the current outlook for the commercial real estate industry throughout the nation, with a particular emphasis on the D.C. metropolitan region. The event also provided an opportunity for attendees to network with other individuals in the industry.

Julien J. Studley, Inc., is a national commercial real estate firm providing brokerage, consulting and investment services. Mr. Koutrouvelis joined Studley in 2001 with ten years experience in the real estate industry. For over four years, he was with Clark Construction specializing in business development and construction management. Prior to joining Clark, Mr. Koutrouvelis worked as an architect in interior architecture for both Gensler and RTKL. He holds a Master’s degree in real estate, with a concentration in real estate investment analysis from Johns Hopkins University, a Bachelor’s degree in architecture and a Master’s degree in engineering, both from Catholic University.

A digital photograph from AHI’s Business Network Luncheon featuring Demetri Koutrouvelis is attached. For additional information, please contact Chrysoula Economopoulos at (202) 785-8430 or at [email protected]. For general information about the activities of AHI, please see our Web site at http://www.ahiworld.org.

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The AHI Business Network is a division of the American Hellenic Institute initiated in 1989 to reach out to the business experience of Greek Americans and to put it to work helping other Greek Americans. It’s purpose is to share business information and contacts. Its concept is people helping people by sharing experience, knowledge and ideas.

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The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) and its affiliate organizations, the American Hellenic Institute Public Affairs Committee (AHIPAC), the American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF), and the AHI Business Network, a division of the AHI, are working together under one roof, to provide a joint program for strengthening United States relations with Greece and Cyprus and within the American Hellenic community.

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