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Online Chat: Brad Molotsky; EVP, Brandywine Realty Trust

April 30, 2014 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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April 30, 2014
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm



Every Wednesday at 4pm PST / 7pm EST (and every once in a while at other times) TriplePundit will take 45 minutes or so to chat with an interesting leader in the sustainable business movement. These chats are broadcast on our Google+ channel and embedded via YouTube right here on 3p.

Join TriplePundit’s Founder, Nick Aster, for a chat with Brad Molotsky on April 30th about the growing sustainable real estate trend. Learn how Brandywine Realty Trust is leading the way.

Brad A. Molotsky is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of Brandywine Realty Trust a NYSE listed, real estate investment trust, and is the co-creator of the Brandywine Environments sustainability initiative. Brandywine specializes in the ownership, management, leasing and development of class-A commercial office properties in selected markets throughout the United States, owning and managing over 36 million square feet of office product. Mr. Molotsky joined Brandywine as General Counsel and Secretary in October 1997.

Mr. Molotsky is a member of National Association of Real Estate Investment Trusts and the Real Estate Roundtable (and serves as the Vice Chair of the Roundtable’s Sustainability Taskforce), the National Association of Office Properties (NAIOP)(and serves as the Co-Chair of the NJ – Energy Committee), the Urban Land Institute (ULI), the Delaware Valley Green Building Council (DVGBC – serving on their Board and Fundraising Committee), and the Sustainability Roundtable, Inc. He also serves on the Advisory Boards of the Greater Philadelphia Energy Efficiency in Buildings Innovation Cluster and on the Keep America Beautiful. Mr. Molotsky has testified in front of the US Senate Energy Committee on energy efficiency issues in 2012 and 2013 and has been invited to testify in front of the US House Energy Committee on energy efficiency issues. He is a frequent lecturer for the American Law Institute, NAIOP, ULI, and the American Bar Association w Institute, NAIOP, ULI, and the American Bar Association.