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Baltimore Multifamily Boom!

New Developments Attracting Residents to Baltimore, Capital Markets & Investment Trends

Event Ended On: Wednesday June 27 2018

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Speakers and Panels

Major Projects & Baltimore Trends

Multifamily Development Trends Impacting the Greater Baltimore Region

Multifamily Capital Markets

How Are Major Players Financing Projects and Deals in Baltimore

Ernst Valery

Ernst Valery

Co-Founder, SAA l EVI

Christine Espenshade

Managing Director, JLL
Jason Schwartzberg

Jason Schwartzberg

President & Co-Founder, MD Energy Advisors & PointClickSwitch.com
Lucas Matesa
Moderator

Lucas Matesa

Partner, CohnReznick

Venue

Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore
200 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202

Ballroom: The Grand Ballroom, 2nd Floor

Parking Information:
Self-Park
1 Hour- $7
2 Hours- $11
3 Hours- $14
3+ Hours- $25

Valet
0-3 Hours- $15
3 + Hours- $25

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
8:30 AM
9:10 AM
Major Projects & Baltimore Trends
Multifamily Development Trends Impacting the Greater Baltimore Region
9:10 AM
10:00 AM
Multifamily Capital Markets
How Are Major Players Financing Projects and Deals in Baltimore?
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!

Summary

1. With the addition of 15,000 jobs in Baltimore, we're seeing promising positive absorption. Will this trend continue?

2. Where in Baltimore is most appealing to new residents?

3. As investors target older assets, are they repurposing them for sale? Will this decrease availability for affordable housing?

4. Vacancy rates are still rising, but much more moderately than before. Will we begin to see rates decrease?

5. 5,700 units will be delivered this year.  Is there enough demand for supply?