Event Ended On: Tuesday February 20 2018
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Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
New Developments & Trends in 2018
The Multifamily Roundup
Closing Remarks and Post-Game Networking
The St. Anthony Hotel
300 East Travis Street
San Antonio, TX 78205
Ballroom: Peacock Alley & Anacacho Ballroom, 1st Floor
Parking Information: Discounted Self-Parking $10.00 & Valet $15.00 per car
Multifamily investment in
San Antonio is at an all-time high. What is the future outlook? We'll be talking about the different factors that have led to multifamily being hotter than ever before,
and what kind of things are being taken into consideration for new development. We will also cover: - What new and sexy developments to look out for this year. -
What is being done to maintain San Antonio's reputation as one of the most affordable places to live in the US? -
How are government officials and the private sector collaborating to close the affordable housing gap? As always, come early and stay late for plenty of breakfast and premiere commercial real estate networking! Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using
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1. Has the market become saturated? How much longer can South Texas' red-hot multifamily development boom continue?
2. What submarkets in the region are still untapped?
3. How are young professionals impacting San Antonio multifamily development.
4. What amenities are in highest demand and do they REALLY matter?
5. What new technologies are developers integrating into their new developments to accommodate millennials?