1. How DTLA became the hottest investment hub on the West Coast, and why is that about to change?
2. How can developers lure creative tenants into DTLA to drive vacancy rates down?
3. There are nearly 10,000 multifamily units in the pipeline for DTLA. Is there enough demand in the market to absorb this supply?
4. Is there an opportunity for investors to develop south of the 10 FWY at a discount with greater returns?
5. With office vacancies hovering around 19%, where will demand come from for the 2.9M sf of office space deliveries in 2018?
The Pettebone Building, located at 510 S Broadway, is reinvigorating the spirit of LA’s Broadway Theater District. Full building upgrades with exposed brick and steel structure cater to modern and creative tenants throughout. The private rooftop deck features breathtaking 360 degree views of Broadway and the Historic Core.
Built in 1905 by master architect Robert B Young, the Pettebone Building is a fine example of the early 20th Century commercial vernacular design. The name, Pettebone, is inspired by the building’s original tenant, the Forve-Pettebone Company, responsible for the first incandescent lighting system in Los Angeles.
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Registration & Networking
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How DTLA Became The Biggest Investment Hub on The West Coast
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Outlook, Major Trends, and Which Areas in DTLA Are Poised for Growth
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Cocktails & Networking
510 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Floor: 5th floor
DTLA has changed dramatically over the course of the last twenty years.
The emergence of the Staples Center in the late 1990's was the first step towards reviving an area that was in dire need of an economic stimulus. Following suit was L.A. Live, with a brand new entertainment complex. Fast forward to today and DTLA has become one of the hottest submarkets in LA with 47 new developments under construction. That includes nearly 10,000 residential units, 1,355 hotel rooms, 2.9M sf of office space and 1.5M sf of retail!
This submarket is so hot right now that some have speculated whether or not there is enough demand to support the ongoing projects in the area.
Join us to learn how DTLA evolved into what it is today, and where the future of this spectacular submarket is headed.
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