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DFW 2020 Forecast

Everything We Need To Know About Construction, Development & Preparing For A Downturn Going Into 2020

Event Ended On: Tuesday December 17 2019

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Everything You Need To Know About Dallas Going Into 2020!

What Neighborhoods Or Communities Will Make Headlines In 2020 When It Comes To Commercial Real Estate Development And Growth?

Richard Chesney

Richard Chesney

Managing Partner, Sentinel Peak Capital Partners and Summit Property Management
Felipe Castillo

Felipe Castillo

COO, De La Vega Capital

Kim Parker Schwimmer

President, RKS Group

Will The Fort Worth Boom Continue?

Industrial Trends, Massive Multifamily Developments And Everything In Between

Chris Powers

Chris Powers

CEO, Fort Capital
Will Dyer
Moderator

Will Dyer

CIO, Bay Mountain Capital

Venue

Westin Galleria
13340 Dallas Parkway
Dallas, TX 75240

Ballroom: San Antonio Ballroom - 4th Floor

Parking Information:
Self-Parking - Complimentary
Valet: $13.99 plus tax

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Everything You Need To Know About Dallas Going Into 2020! What Neighborhoods Or Communities Will Make Headlines In 2020 When It Comes To Commercial Real Estate Development And Growth?
What Neighborhoods Or Communities Will Make Headlines In 2020 When It Comes To Commercial Real Estate Development And Growth?
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
Will The Fort Worth Boom Continue?
Industrial Trends, Massive Multifamily Developments And Everything In Between
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
More Networking!

Summary

  1. Escalating construction costs remained a worry for developers this past year. Will we see any improvements when it comes to this issue in 2020 — either from formalized work-around strategies or new technologies to help with this problem?
  2. If you wanted to grab a quality piece of land in any submarket for development right now in 2020— where would you look for the best deals with long-term potential ?
  3. Affordable housing development was a big issue in 2019. Do you see city officials and the commercial real estate industry making any inroads on this issue in 2020?
  4. When it comes to the Dallas-Fort Worth commercial real estate market in 2020, what do you foresee as being one of the major trends next year?
  5. Where is the valuable land for investments at this point in the cycle?