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Oakland & East Bay Multifamily

From Downtown Oakland to Concord, the notable projects across the region

Event Ended On: Thursday August 29 2019

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Speakers and Panels

State of Oakland Multifamily

Josh Roden

Josh Roden

President, NorCal / Bay Area, Brookfield Residential
Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

President & CEO, UrbanCore Development
Bob Miller
Moderator

Bob Miller

Partner, Lubin Olson

State of Contra Costa Multifamily

Nathan Hong

Nathan Hong

SVP, Development - Northern CA, AvalonBay
Tom Pflueger
Moderator

Tom Pflueger

Studio Director, MBH Architects

Affordability Across The East Bay

Heather Hood

Heather Hood

VP & Market Leader Northern California, Enterprise Community Partners
Dan Sawislak

Dan Sawislak

Executive Director, Resources For Community Development
Sarah Karlinsky
Moderator

Sarah Karlinsky

Senior Advisor, SPUR

East Bay Multifamily State of the Market + Forecast

Venue

Marriott Oakland City Center
1001 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94607

Ballroom: Skyline Room, 21st Floor

Parking Information:
Attached Garage Self- Parking
1 Hour, $6
2 Hours, $14
3 Hours, $24
4 - 8 Hours, $35

Valet Parking
0-2 Hours, $25
2-6 Hours, $35

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM
9:10 AM
East Bay Multifamily State of the Market + Forecast
Presented by CoStar
9:10 AM
9:50 AM
Affordability Across The East Bay
9:50 AM
10:30 AM
State of Contra Costa Multifamily
10:30 AM
10:35 AM
Stretch Break!
10:35 AM
11:15 AM
State of Oakland & Alameda Multifamily
11:15 AM
11:30 AM
Post Event-Networking

Summary

  1. Can the cities in the East Bay support the level of supply coming online?
  2. What are overlooked or under considered factors that make the East Bay appealing to investors and developers?
  3. In a geographic area this large and diverse, how do developers – and cities – ensure there is adequate offerings across the spectrum from affordable to luxury?
  4. How are developers obtaining funding, structuring deals, and financing projects? What big picture market factors can affect the current funding and financing status quo?
  5. Where do construction costs and rents project to go in the next 18-24 months?