Panelists at the Center City Proprietors Association "Meet the Developers" panel were, from left: David A. Nasatir, vice chair, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, moderator; Paul L. Badger Jr., president and CEO, The Badger Group; Bobby Fijan, partner, Cross Properties; Zak Klinvex, director of acquisitions, Post Brothers; Logan Kramer, CEO and founder, Design Pro Development; and Greg Reaves, principal and managing member, Mosaic Development Partners Panelists at the Center City Proprietors Association “Meet the Developers” panel were, from left: David A. Nasatir, vice chair, Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel, moderator; Paul L. Badger Jr., president and CEO, The Badger Group; Bobby Fijan, partner, Cross Properties; Zak Klinvex, director of acquisitions, Post Brothers; Logan Kramer, CEO and founder, Design Pro Development; and Greg Reaves, principal and managing member, Mosaic Development Partners (Steve Lubetkin Photo/StateBroadcastNews.com)

PHILADELPHIA, PA—Commercial real estate development in Philadelphia’s burgeoning neighborhoods is facing a generally good economic climate, with only a few clouds on the horizon in the form of increasing labor costs, lack of skilled construction crews, and uncertainty about city tax policies, according to a panel of developers.