Patty Silverstein

President and Chief Economist, CREW Denver

Patricia Silverstein is the president and chief economist of Development Research Partners, a Jefferson County, Colorado-based real estate analysis and economic development research company founded in 1994. Ms. Silverstein’s expertise is in economic research and economic development, including industry cluster studies and strategic economic development planning. She has extensive experience in preparing economic and fiscal impact analysis for community development purposes. In addition, she serves as the consulting chief economist for the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. and the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce. In these roles, she compiles, interprets, and forecasts economic and demographic data for the Denver metropolitan area and performs in-depth research on issues and proposed developments impacting the region. Patty provides numerous presentations on state and local economic conditions to business and professional organizations throughout the year.

Ms. Silverstein received a bachelor’s degree in economics from Nebraska Wesleyan University in Lincoln, Nebraska and a master’s degree in economics from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Patty is active in a number of business and professional organizations, including member of the Governor’s Revenue Estimating Advisory Committee, the Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER), the Economic Development Council of Colorado, and the Denver Association of Business Economists.

Patty Silverstein, Chief Economist of Development Research Partners will discuss: “it is increasingly evident that the COVID recession’s impact varies by industry, by gender, by income level, and by age. We will explore the varying recovery paths based on the employment base and demographic composition of our community. This presentation will discuss current and projected growth trends at the national, state, and regional level. The presentation features employment and industry trends, population growth and consumer activity, and the residential and commercial real estate markets.”

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