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East Bay Multifamily Update

Thu Aug 19, 2021

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East Bay Multifamily Update

In-Person Event: How To Keep Up With Housing Demand in This Growing Market

Thursday August 19 2021 | 8:00 AM PDT

$99.00

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IN-PERSON EVENT COVID-19 GUIDELINES

This event will be in-person and will follow local guidelines to ensure the safety of all attendees. We will have a capacity limit and it is highly likely this event will sell out. We will advise on any necessary precautions closer to the event.

Speakers and Panels

Market Rate Housing Supply and Demand

Keeping Up with the Increased Interest in the East Bay

Affordable Housing in the East Bay

How Developers are Accommodating for the Rising Need for Affordable Housing

Alan Dones

Alan Dones

CEO, Strategic Urban Development Alliance

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
8:30 AM
Pre-Event Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Market Rate Housing Supply & Demand
Keeping Up with the Increased Interest in the East Bay
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
Affordable Housing in the East Bay
How Developers are Accommodating for the Rising Need for Affordable Housing
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Post-Event Networking

Why This Matters

What You'll Learn:

  • What is the current supply and demand ratio for multifamily in the East Bay? What is the current state of multifamily pricing?
  • Why is the East Bay so appealing to multifamily developers?
  • Has the pandemic made people less hesitant to move from big cities to the suburbs?
  • Where is affordable housing being predominately built, and how can it be dispersed throughout the region?
  • With a recent uptick in development in East Bay cities such as Vallejo, Concord, Walnut Creek, Emeryville, etc., which cities are ripe for multifamily development?
  • How are developers ensuring that they are not displacing current East Bay residents?
  • How can the Easy Bay's CRE community keep up with the growing demand for affordability as the need continues to surge?

 

How You'll Do More Business: Major players in the life science and industrial asset classes have become focused on owning and developing in the East Bay due to more opportunity and lower cost. With heightened activity in the East Bay multifamily market, join industry leaders as they discuss best practices for investing, owning, and developing affordable and market-rate housing.

 

Who You'll Meet: Brokers, owners, developers, investors, construction, designers, architects, financial institutions, government officials, and more.

 

For questions, recommendations, comments, or press inquiries please email our California event producer, Madison Weisiger at madison.weisiger@bisnow.com.

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