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DFW State of Office

Investment, Design & Development Trends in DFW

Event Ended On: Tuesday October 8 2019

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Speakers

From New Builds To Redeveloped Assets, This is Where Developers Are Making Their Bets

Bill Brokaw

Bill Brokaw

SVP, Hillwood Urban
Bill Cawley

Bill Cawley

CEO, Cawley Partners

What Office Tenant's Want in 2019?

A Deeper Look At Top Tenant Demands

Brian Harrington
HANA

Brian Harrington

Chief Experience Officer, Hana
Travis Perkins

Travis Perkins

Head of Customer Experience, Join

State of the DFW Office Market

Occupancy, Lease Rates, Demand, Inventory

Kiley Stevenson
The Terrace at Solana

Kiley Stevenson

Principal, Singerman Real Estate
Jessica Miller Essl

Jessica Miller Essl

Co-President, M2G Ventures
Lance Wright

Lance Wright

Managing Director, Head of Central Region Origination, ACORE Capital

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Coffee, Networking, & Breakfast
9:00 AM
9:20 AM
Keynote Discussion with Darren Woodson
9:20 AM
10:00 AM
State of the DFW Office Market
Occupancy, Lease Rates, Demand, Inventory
10:00 AM
10:40 AM
What Office Tenant's Want in 2019?
A Deeper Look At Top Tenant Demands
10:40 AM
11:20 AM
From New Builds To Redeveloped Assets, This is Where Developers Are Making Their Bets
11:20 AM
11:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

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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Event Summary

Dallas-Fort Worth is the place to be and businesses are noticing!

Corporate relocation is all the rage, and that’s because DFW has much to offer.

So why are companies racing to DFW? From its business friendly environment to its affordability and consistent population growth, DFW has the infrastructure to support companies and new businesses alike.

All of these factors have created one of the most healthy and active Office markets in the nation.



Developers haven't missed a beat - and are quick to develop additional office and mixed-use spaces to accommodate all these new tenants.

So what can we expect to see in the DFW office market? Will it remain healthy? Will coworking and flexible office concepts disrupt traditional workspaces — or will they merely serve as complementary office options?

Find out at this can’t miss event!

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  1. Where are the value-add office opportunities for investors in the DFW office market?
  2. Is Class-B the new Class-C? How are older office buildings competing with an influx of new products in the office segment?
  3. What office concepts and potential tenants do landlords of Class-B and C buildings seek out as their former tenants leave for more modern, amenitized buildings?
  4. What's is the current pipeline of new office construction and how long will this “new build” office cycle continue?
  5. Is coworking really preferred by today’s younger generation and is it cheaper on a dollars-to-dollars basis?