Event Ended On: Tuesday March 26 2019
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21 stories high and towering above the 110 freeway, Wedbush Center is an iconic post-modern high rise located in the heart of the DTLA. Wedbush Center offers a recently renovated lobby and Harbor House restaurant, with a full outdoor bar and large patio seating, as well as unique full-floor and spec suite opportunities ranging from 3,000-25,000 RSF all with 360 degree views of the DTLA skyline and the Westside. The building is also located directly within one block from the 7th street metro station and surrounding by 3 two-way streets making access to the project extremely convenient. For leasing inquiries please contact - Douglas Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Breakfast, Coffee, Networking
Nick Griffin, Executive Director, Downtown Center BID
Driving LA's Office Market
What Investment & Development Trends Are Pushing the Market Forward?
Building a New Downtown
What Is the Future of DTLA's Live-Work-Play Movement?
- Bill Witte, CEO, Related California
- Tom Gilmore, CEO, Gilmore Associates
1000 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Floor: 3rd Floor
Parking Information: Discounted Event Rate: $15.00
The parking garage entrance is on Francisco Street which is accessible from Wilshire Blvd or 7th Street.
**PLEASE NOTE: Building has very limited parking spaces**
Additional Parking: *Pricing Subject to Change*
Though commercial real estate is not necessarily known for its speed, Downtown Los Angeles is slowly but surely experiencing a renaissance of both growth and perception.
With a history of being known as a work-only Central Business District, with new supply of urban multifamily, employees have finally started to open up to the idea of living downtown. With 2,600 apartments in the pipeline, efforts are not slowing down.
How successful have developers' initiatives to create a 24-7 urban center, and what challenges stand in the way of its continued transformation?
Join us as we discuss the future of DTLA and strategize its success.
the conversation on Instagram and Twitter at @BisnowLA and the hashtag #BisnowLAAffordable. For questions, press inquiries and recommendations, email your Los Angeles Event Producer James Shearin at James.Shearin@bisnow.com.
1. How are careful retail decisions creating a sense of place downtown?
2. How long we continue to see positive office absorption in the Central Business District?
3. Can downtown truly become a live, work, play environment?
4. What strategies need to be taken to attract more outside investment to DTLA?
5. Has downtown multifamily absorption been as successful as planned for?