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Culver City State of the Market

New Tenants, Major Projects, Multifamily Development, & More

Event Ended On: Tuesday November 5 2019

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Event Host

Events Raw Space

600 & 400 Culver Pointe

600 & 400 Culver Pointe is one of the Lower Westside’s premier, multi-tenant office campuses offering the highest quality, creative office space nestled within the 22-acre, master-planned office submarket of Culver Pointe. 600 & 400 Culver Pointe are twelve (12) and eight (8) story buildings situated within a highly landscaped campus environment featuring numerous outdoor gathering areas and a variety of tenant amenities.

Speakers

Navigating Culver's Boom

What The Arrival of Ivy Station Means For Transportation & Infrastructure

Joel Mayer
Responsible for approx. 30,000 units and $6B in development and deals

Joel Mayer

Managing Director, Head of Retail, Rockwood Capital
Nicholas Saponara
Transit Oriented Communities & Expo Line

Nicholas Saponara

Executive Officer (Interim), TOCs, LA Metro
Michael Lowinger
Palms & Culver-Adjacent MF Projects

Michael Lowinger

Co-Founder & Managing Principal, Geneva Street Partners
Richard Mallory
Moderator

Richard Mallory

Of Counsel, Shumaker Mallory

Maintaining Culver Charm

Amid myriad office and multifamily movement, what are we doing to keep Culver's Charm

Wally Marks
Helms Bakery District

Wally Marks

Principal, Walter N. Marks
Meghan Sahli-Wells

Meghan Sahli-Wells

Mayor, Culver City

Game Changing Downtown Developments

Everything You Need to Know About Notable Projects

Ryan Smith

EVP, Investments, Western US, Hackman Capital Partners
Perry Pound

Perry Pound

Founder & CEO, Cambridge Pacific Ventures
Trevor Abramson

Trevor Abramson

Design Principal, Abramson Architects

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Stephanie Smith

Stephanie Smith

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Agenda

Time Activity
Tuesday, November 5
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
9:00 AM
9:40 AM
Navigating Culver's Boom
What the arrival of Ivy Station means for transportation and infrastructure
9:40 AM
10:20 AM
Maintaining Culver Charm
Amid myriad office and multifamily movement, what are we doing to keep Culver's Charm
10:20 AM
11:00 AM
Game Changing Downtown Developments
Everything you need to know about notable projects
11:00 AM
11:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

400 Corporate Pointe
Culver City, CA, 90230

Ballroom: Building 400 on 6th floor

Parking Information: 600 Corporate Pointe parking structure, signs will be directing attendees to the 400 Corporate Pointe building.

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Parking entrances are located off of Slauson Avenue or Hannum Avenue 

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Event Summary

It seems like we can't go a day without seeing a new headline about a new massive Culver City development or major tenant moving to the market. It's no secret: Culver is BOOMING. As media titans continue to solidify the

area

as a tech and media capital, residents, businesses and visitors follow. Cranes, traffic and rising heights, the

neighborhood is

establishing itself as a vital LA submarket. Growth however leads to many questions. While demand is high, will new supply adequately meet its needs? How do we ensure transportation and infrastructure are effectively managed? How long will the development boom continue? Join us as we jump into the Culver City market, analyze its strengths, strategize on its areas of opportunity, and solidify a strong development boom for the area. Contribute to the conversation on Instagram and Twitter at @BisnowLA and the hashtag #BisnowCulverCity. For questions, press inquiries and recommendations, email your Los Angeles Event Producer

Matt Seukunian

at matt.seukunian@bisnow.com.

  1. Will Culver City be able to master transit oriented development?
  2. As housing affordability continues to impact Los Angeles, what is Culver doing to maintain affordability as it grows?
  3. With major headquarters and tenants moving into Culver, will others follow in suit?
  4. As retail continues to evolve, what types of tenants are finding the most success in the submarket?
  5. How do we manage Culver's development boom and preserve its cultural charm?