Who’s Next

Nominate someone for Billy Penn’s latest Who’s Next list: Real Estate & Housing

We’re looking for outstanding people under the age of 40 who are helping build Philadelphia.

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There is perhaps no better time to be involved in Philly’s real estate and housing scene.

Philadelphia is in the midst of a development boom. In neighborhoods across the city, new residences and commercial spaces continue to pop up — so many, in fact, that the Department of Licenses and Inspections recently announced it needs an additional office. Meanwhile, in the face of all this new construction, there are efforts underway to help boost and protect Philly’s stock of affordable housing.

For the next installment of Billy Penn’s Who’s Next series, we’re looking to highlight the  Philadelphia’s most dynamic young real estate, housing and development professionals across the spectrum. And we need your help.

Who’s Next is a regular showcase of dedicated up-and-comers who are passionate about Philadelphia. Our goal? To track the city’s next generation of leaders and influencers. In the three years since we founded this series, we’ve been honored to feature more than 500 outstanding under-40 trailblazers in a variety of fields.

So, who do you know making waves in the industry? We’re looking for expert real estate agents, responsible developers, affordable housing professionals, neighborhood leaders who are monitoring the rise of their community — and whoever else you can think of.

To nominate someone to be featured on Billy Penn‘s Who’s Next: Real Estate & Housing list, fill out the form below — or send an email to mwinberg@billypenn.com with “Who’s Next” in the subject line.

Please submit nominations on or before Sept 7.

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