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Commercial Real Estate at the Crossroads

A Philadelphia Real Estate Roundtable

Tuesday June 13th, 2023

8:00 AM — 10:00 AM

The Union League of Philadelphia

140 South Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA 19102

With market uncertainty disrupting deal flow and long-held development plans, the real estate game is tougher than ever. The triple threat of inflation, interest rates and recession has the real estate sector turning to new strategies for growth. Join EisnerAmper for a roundtable discussion focusing on what’s in store for the local real estate market and how investors, owners and developers can stay ahead of the trends. Panelists will share perspectives from deal data, insights from recent developments, and trends in key property classes impacting the Philadelphia market.


Additional topics include:
• How Philly stacks up against other markets
• Insights from the major projects shaping the future of Philadelphia
• Updates on the leasing market
• Distressed property strategies

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Mondays: June 26th to July 24th, 2023

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM ET

Deadline for registration: Monday, 6/19

Virtual via Zoom

The Alliance Française of Philadelphia is offering a 5-week, once a week, online advanced literature/sociology seminar this summer exploring the works and times of Paris gay writer and activist, Yves Navarre (1940-1994).  In 1980, Navarre was awarded the prestigious Prix Goncourt for his novel, Le Jardin d'acclimatation, centering on an upper-class man imprisoned and lobotomized for being homosexual.


Conducted entirely in French, this course will examine excerpts from two of Navarre’s lesser-known novels yet still as important to the canon of contemporary French gay literature, Les Loukoums (1973), a story of gays in Paris before the AIDS crisis hit France, and Ce sont amis que vent emporte (1991), grappling with the author's personal and communal struggle with the unforeseen tragedy of HIV-AIDS in France.

As background, we will consult relevant passages of the comprehensive study, Le rose et le noir: Les homosexuels en France depuis 1968 (1996, 2008) by Frédéric Martel, as well as view archival media interviews. The course will serve as a glimpse into the gay literary community in Paris after the 1968 Revolts in France and into the horrifying reality of the AIDS plague of the 1980s and 1990s.

Alliance Française Instructor Claudia Brown will facilitate this program of study, providing scanned copies of all reading material in advance.

Flag Raising Ceremony

Join the Alliance Française and other French organizations for a flag raising ceremomy. 

Friday, July 14, 2023 at 11:00 am, until noon.

Welcome to our 2023

Bastille Day Celebration

We are delighted to welcome you again this year for multiple celebrations of France's national holiday.


We hope you will have a good time with us, and that the activities we offer will encourage you to join us, with your friends or family!



Win Two (2) Delta Comfort Plus round-trip tickets to Europe, valued at $5,000.

$5 for a ticket, $20 for 5!

Winner will be drawn and announced on July 16

Dinner in Person

Join the Alliance Française for a

French cocktail and dinner.

Thursday, July 13, 2023 at 6:30pm, until 9:30 pm.

Outdoor Event
Join the Alliance Française for a casual BYO picnic!
Play games, hear t
he accordion,

watch the entertainers!

Family friendly! 

Sunday,  July 16, 2023


What should French investors know about successfully doing business in the U.S.? From cultural and legal differences, to business development and expansion, French Insider podcast is dedicated to helping French investors and companies growing their companies in the U.S. 

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