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Long Beach Boom

A Billion Dollars of Development Represented

Event Ended On: Thursday June 8 2017

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Events Raw Space

One World Trade Center

One World Trade Center is a 30-story office building located in Long Beach, California. The building was completed in 1989 and is 397 feet high, making it the tallest building in Long Beach.

 

 

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Speakers and Panels

Fireside Chat

Long Beach Boom

Multi-Family

Housing Boom

Ryan Altoon

Ryan Altoon

EVP, AndersonPacific

Evolution of Long Beach

Workforce Trends and Tenant Demand

Taylor Woods

Taylor Woods

Principal, Urban Commons

Marc Gittleman

EVP, Rising Realty Partners

Venue

1 World Trade Center
Long Beach, CA 90802

Suite 201

Parking Information: Complimentary on-site self-parking; Entrance to surface lot off of W Broadway Avenue

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:25 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:15 AM
8:20 AM
Opening Remarks
8:20 AM
8:50 AM
Keynote Interview w/ Dale Bonner
8:50 AM
9:25 AM
Multi-Family Update
9:25 AM
10:10 AM
Long Beach Evolution
10:10 AM
10:40 AM
Post-Event Networking

Summary

Join us for our annual Long Beach event! With many exciting developments on the horizon - including the $250M proposed Queen Mary Island entertainment complex - along with over $2.6B invested in Downtown Long Beach over the past four years, come hear from all the major players in the region on the new capital coming into Long Beach, the evolving tenants, residential updates and more! All the major asset classes will be covered - mixed-use, retail, residential, office, and civic and adaptive reuse projects across downtown, Douglas Park, and the Long Beach airport. 

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