ULI Emerging Trends SF - Last chance to register
- Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2013 SF
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 / 7:15-11:30 a.m.
JW Marriott, 500 Post Street, San Francisco
This year's ULI San Francisco Emerging Trends conference is unparalleled!
The morning begins with a light breakfast and networking and launches into
the feature program: a report on the PwC/ULI publication, Emerging Trends
in Real Estate, by Charles DiRocco of PwC.
Then, don't miss these exclusive panels on LOCAL and RELEVANT topics!
Bull Versus Bear Debate
Bubble or sustainable growth? That is the question in Bay Area Real Estate
today. Join us for a panel discussion between the bulls and the bears as we
explore the San Francisco real estate market and what to expect in the next
year. Hear from senior real estate executives about what they are planning
for their business in this cycle.
The Economy of Sports
In the last few years, the Bay Area has seen many proposed and confirmed
changes to our local sports franchises. The 49ers are moving to Santa Clara,
the Warriors are moving forward with plans to move to San Francisco and the
America's Cup has dominated local news headlines, touting the race as a
potential tourism bonanza. What are the true effects of these moves on real
estate values in the Bay Area? What are the potential implications for
cities from these new franchises? What are the lessons learned in the last
12 years since AT&T Park opened and has it achieved its goal in terms of
economic development? Join ULI San Francisco at our Emerging Trends
conference as we explore these questions and more.
Luis Belmonte, Seven Hills Properties
Mike Covarrubias, TMG Partners
Oz Erickson, Emerald Fund
Claude Gruen, Gruen Gruen + Associates
Jerry Keyser, Keyser Marston Associates
Michael Martin, Mayor's Office of Economic and Workforce Development
John McNellis, McNellis Partners
Meg Spriggs, AvalonBay Communities
Ellen Warner, Golden State Warriors
A copy of Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2013 is included with each
individual registration - Value: $49.95.
Pre-registration closes two business days before each event. Sponsor
eligible. Space is limited, so register now!
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