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Detroit 2020 Forecast

Multifamily & Tourism Boom!

Event Ended On: Thursday November 7 2019

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Speakers

Multifamily Comeback

Mixed-Use Developments Are Popping Up On Every Corner

Jordan Friedman

Jordan Friedman

Managing Partner, Fortus Partners
Jonathan Holtzman

Jonathan Holtzman

Founder & CEO, City Club Apartments
Michael Poris

Michael Poris

Founding Partner, McIntosh Poris Associates
Mark Bennett
Moderator

Mark Bennett

Managing Director, MJBennett

Detroit's Tourism Revival

Five Boutique Hotels Are Set to Hit Detroit: What Is Driving This Boom

Sarah Pavelko

Sarah Pavelko

Director of Real Estate & Financial Services, Detroit Economic Growth Corporation
John Skok
Moderator

John Skok

Partner, McIntosh Poris Associates

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Multifamily Comeback
Mixed-Use Developments Are Popping Up On Every Corner
9:15 AM
10:00 AM
Detroit's Tourism Revival
Five Boutique Hotels Are Set to Hit Detroit: What Is Driving This Boom
10:00 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Gem & Century Theaters, Detroit
333 Madison St.
Detroit, MI 48226

Floor: Lobby Level

Parking Information:
Offsite parking available:
-There are Prime Flat lots directly across the street from the venue on Madison.
- “Z” & Opera House Garage
- Madison Avenue has Zone (metered) parking on both sides.

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Event Summary

For the past few years we’ve heard that Detroit is on the rise and that a revival is taking place. But, actually seeing all of these mixed-use developments and hotels pop up around Detroit shows that the time is here. What has given developers the confidence to pull the trigger on all of these developments? Is there a risk of over supply as Detroit is set to see multifamily deliveries go from 300 to almost 3,000? All of these boutique hotels are trendy but what will it take for other large hotel chains to return to Detroit? Hear the answer to these questions and more from the industry experts! Please send event questions and topic/speaker recommendations to Noah Ackerman at

noah.ackerman@bisnow.com

  1. In 2018, Detroit saw 306 multifamily units come online. This year, almost 3,000 units are expected to hit the market. What’s causing multifamily developers to step on the gas?
  2. As far as major metros go, Detroit has one of the lowest barriers to entry across the country. As outside capital is noticing, what impact will it have on the Detroit’s development overhaul?
  3. As companies move back into the heart of Detroit, multifamily is in tow. What does this new generation who has never lived in Detroit want from their homes and how are developers looking to accommodate these new needs?
  4. What anchor tenants are these mixed-use developments looking for in order to help attract tenants to the apartments above?
  5. With hotels like Shinola, Siren, The Mid, and The Element opening up in Detroit, it shows that tourism is coming back to Detroit. What impact will tourism have on the CRE industry outside of hospitality?

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