Event Ended On: Thursday October 18 2018
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Registration, Breakfast & Networking!
Multifamily & Mixed-Use
Retail: The Power of the Ground Floor
Closing Remarks & Networking
The Westin Oaks Houston at the Galleria
5011 Westheimer at Post Oak
Houston, TX, 77056
Ballroom: The Roof - 21st Floor
Parking Information: Complimentary self-parking or $25 valet is available at the Blue Garage (underground lot by the Oaks) located at 5085 Westheimer Road.
Join Bisnow at Houston's Mixed Use: Retail & Multifamily event! Our
panelists will discuss some of the city's hottest developments, including The Kirby Collection, La Colombe d'Or and more! We'll cover all asset classes, with a hyper-focus on retail & multifamily, as well as any trends coming up next year. Retail real estate development in the Houston area continues to be red-hot, particularly in grocery and medical office-anchored retail centers. However, Houston-area developers will build about 3.3 million square feet of new retail space this year, which is 23% less than in 2017, according to Wulfe & Co. The rise of e-commerce has retail developers exercising more caution, and leveraging competitive experiential and development strategies.
is hot, and
now is the time to buy into Houston's market! Kevin Batchelor at Hines tells us more! Alongside major development, design, and leasing trends, we will also talk about the impact of millennial growth in the Greater Houston area, and how the impact on work-live-play.
As always, come early, enjoy a great breakfast and plenty of networking time with friends and colleagues! Questions? Email Juliette at firstname.lastname@example.org
1) What is the most successful mixed-use development in Houston? Which asset classes does it pull from?
2) What are retail developers doing to create more of a social bonding atmosphere in their developments without hurting their proformas?
3) Which submarkets and suburbs are the most prime for low-rise and mid-rise multifamily development? Retail development?
4) With the urban core built out and pricey, how are developers and innovators leveraging mixed-use and mixed of uses spaces in submarkets?
5) What is the impact of mixed-use developments to surrounding neighborhoods? How is infrastructure keeping up?
6) What tech and design trends are used to attract millennial customers?