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Los Angeles Construction & Development

Lending Requirements, The Latest Design Trends, Entitlement Risks, Navigating Rising Construction Costs, Policy Reform & Regulations

Event Ended On: Thursday September 6 2018

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Events Speakers and Panels

Building Cities for the Future

How to Combat High Construction Costs, Labor Shortages, and Expensive Land Prices

Brenda Arianpour

Brenda Arianpour

Director of Operations, Greenbridge Investment Partners

John Parker

CEO & Co-Founder, Parker Brown

LA’s Most Influential Projects

Going From Entitlement to Ribbon Cutting & All Things Between

Matt Walker
$300 Million Ivy Station in Culver City

Matt Walker

EVP, Lowe Enterprises
Bob Little
$450 Million Academy on Vine in Hollywood

Bob Little

SVP, Development & Construction, Kilroy Realty
Wayne Kalayjian

Wayne Kalayjian

Director, Secretariat International

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
Building Cities for the Future: The Evolution of LA's Construction Landscape
10:15 AM
10:20 AM
Networking Break
10:20 AM
11:05 AM
LA’s Most Influential Projects: Going From Entitlement to Ribbon Cutting & All Things In Between

Venue/Parking

The LA Grand Hotel Downtown
333 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles 90071

Ballroom: Pacific Ballroom, Level 2

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Event Summary

From the west side of Santa Monica and across the I-10 to downtown, the skyline of Los Angeles is punctuated with construction cranes. Office towers, hotels, apartment buildings, and retail centers are being built across the city.

Just barely a year ago, LA

was ranked as the second most visible construction city in all the US with 36 cranes in the sky.

It's no surprise that construction is a hot topic in CRE today.

Nationwide construction spending in 2017 rose to a record $1.257 Trillion, with construction firms projecting

more increases in new private construction spending and payroll increases for 2018.


As construction spending has increased, valuations have crept to unchartered territory. Many construction lenders are approaching the underwriting of debt more conservatively than ever before.

Join Bisnow as we address the most pressing issues in the CRE construction environment. Topics will include how

to mitigate project risks, where construction lenders are filling voids, and how to deliver your projects on time without going over budget.

1. How can developers effectively navigate stringent regulatory policies to go from entitlement to ribbon cutting?

2. What are construction lenders looking for from developers who are financing their projects?

3. How will future CRE developments in Los Angeles keep pace with rising construction costs?

4. How can developers mitigate construction risks: going over budget, project defaults, unfinished sites, material and labor shortages?

5. What are the latest and greatest design trends?