1. What Opportunity Zone investing and development is already underway and what areas are ripe for investment and impact?
2. How healthy is the Oakland CRE market compared to San Francisco and other Northern California markets?
3. What asset classes and geographic hubs are ripe for investment and development?
4. How can the continued investment in Downtown Oakland along Broadway result in positive momentum across the city?
5. What is the current state of multifamily supply, demand, and development in Oakland? How does the dichotomy of affordable housing impact the MF space?
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|8:00 AM - 9:00 AM||
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
|9:00 AM - 9:05 AM||
A Thank You to the Golden State Warriors by Regina Jackson of the East Oakland Youth Development Center
|9:05 AM - 9:45 AM||
Opportunity Zone Development
Projects in the pipeline, high impact areas, and what residents and developers can expect
|9:45 AM - 10:25 AM||
The Multifamily Boom
Exploring notable new developments and the factors driving the building boom
|10:25 AM - 10:40 AM||
|10:40 AM - 11:20 AM||
Reimagining and revitalizing the city through placemaking
|11:20 AM - 12:00 PM||
More Coffee & Networking!
Marriott Oakland City Center
Oakland, CA 94607
Ballroom: The Skyline Room, Floor 21
Attached Garage Self- Parking
1 Hour, $6
2 Hours, $14
3 Hours, $24
4 - 8 Hours, $35
0-2 Hours, $25
2-6 Hours, $35
Oakland is having a moment. The San Francisco’s sister to the East, the city is undoubtedly in the midst of a potentially redefining revolution.
The continuously rising cost of rent across the bridge means the spotlight stays
fixed on Oakland for investors, developers, and brands alike.
Speaking of brands, the Warriors and (formerly) Oakland Raiders are moving out while brands like Kaiser Permanente and Square move in. Meanwhile, the Oakland A’s are quietly doubling down. We will explore what this notable transitioning of global brands means for residents of Oakland and the CRE industry?
Also at the precipice of change, Oakland is experiencing its first Qualified Opportunity Fund investments via QOF projects underway on Qualified Opportunity Zone Tracts, designated by former CA Governor Jerry Brown as a part of President Donald J. Trump’s Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017.
Opportunity Zone developments, brand migration, and the Broadway corridors continued boom mean Oakland is hitting its stride, redefining itself, and growing into its new role as a city to be reckoned with.