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Denver State of the Market

Will Growth Remain Steady or
Are We Nearing The End of This Cycle?
Brokers Earn Two CE Credits By Attending!

Event Ended On: Wednesday June 26 2019

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Speakers

Designing & Constructing Denver As A Placemaking Hub

Larry Weeks

Larry Weeks

Principal, Buildings, Stantec
Jenny Robinson

Jenny Robinson

Chief Investment Officer, Continuum Partners
Chuck Morris

Chuck Morris

President & CEO, AEG Presents Rocky Mountains
Ashley Stiles

Ashley Stiles

Founder & CEO, Tribe Development

Denver's Founding Figures on Preserving Mile High Culture

Chad McWhinney

Chad McWhinney

CEO & Co-Founder, McWhinney
Marshall Burton

Marshall Burton

President & CEO, Confluent Development
Moderator

Lea Ann Fowler

Partner, Hogan Lovells

Capital Markets Forecast: Are We Nearing the End of the Cycle?

Christopher King

Christopher King

President & CEO, DPC Companies

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:10 AM
Designing & Constructing Denver As A Placemaking Hub
9:10 AM
9:50 AM
Denver's Founding Figures on Preserving Mile High Culture
9:50 AM
10:30 AM
Capital Markets Forecast: Are We Nearing the End of the Cycle?
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Panel Networking & Schmooze

Venue/Parking

Four Seasons Hotel Denver
1111 14th St.
Denver, CO 80202

Ballroom: Grand Ballroom & Foyer, Second Level

Parking Information:
Valet: $20 per car
Offsite Self-Parking: Garage located across the street at Denver Performing Art Complex. 1400 Curtis Street, Denver, CO. Garage entrances are located on Arapahoe and 13th Streets. $10 per car for under 5 hours.

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Event Summary

The landscape of Denver has dramatically changed over the last decade: it has grown by over 100,000 people in 7 years and holds the third-most cranes among major American cities. Subsequently, there have been several opportunities within the all asset classes of real estate market to design, build and innovate new developments. CBRE's Denver Market Outlook and U.S. News findings propose:

- Colorado holds the No.1 economy in the nation 

- Investment remains strong in Denver, despite national political uncertainty 

- Multifamily, Industrial, Retail and Office markets remain positive, with Industrial positioned for continued strong growth

- 82.4M people visited Colorado in 2016, bringing $19.7B in spending money, strengthening the Hospitality market

- Colorado has ranked as a top state for retirement readiness and senior happiness, giving a positive outlook for the senior housing market

As outlooks remain positive for both the mile-high city and centennial state, how can real estate executives, tenants and local leaders collaborate to embrace rapid growth and development while maintaining Denver's culture and uniqueness?

Find out this + more from Denver's most prominent leaders at our 7th Annual Denver State of the Market! As always, Bisnow provides an abundance of opportunities for networking and deal-making in a fast-paced, (almost) never boring, three hour gathering. We look forward to seeing you there!

Questions? Comments? Contact Anthony, our Denver Event Producer, at anthony.presutto@bisnow.com!

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**Brokers Earn Two CE Credits By Attending!**

  1. 1. As Denver's multifamily rents continue to increase, how will developers and the City of Denver approach the need for affordable housing?
  2. 2. Will Denver continue to remain a seller's market with relatively low cap rate averages, or is the real estate market too optimistic?
  3. 3. Which major tenants are moving their headquarters to Denver and how are these companies disrupting the status quo of Denver's real estate market?
  4. 4. How will opportunity zones in Denver's surrounding submarkets spur development & activity in the real estate sector? How will developers work to connect these submarkets to the 5280 urban core?
  5. 5. While Colorado's economy is expected to grow next year, the pace of growth is predicted to slow. How will this affect real estate investment & development in and around Denver? **Brokers Earn Two CE Credits By Attending!**