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Orange County Construction & Development

Are construction costs still rising and is the labor shortage real? How office, hospitality, and multifamily projects moving forward?

Event Ended On: Thursday February 13 2020

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Events Speakers and Panels

Hot Asset Classes & Major Projects

Asset classes primed for a big 2020 and OC's biggest under-construction projects

Paul Sanford
The Westin Anaheim Resort

Paul Sanford

CEO, Wincome Hospitality

Jon Marchiorlatti

VP, Industrial Acquisitions & Development, Shea Properties
Justin Strzelecki

Justin Strzelecki

Project Executive, Clark Construction
Derek Weisbender
Moderator

Derek Weisbender

Construction Law Attorney, Allen Matkins

OC Housing Update

Permitting, regulation, and utilizing modular when solving the shortage and maximizing ROI

Steve LaMotte

Steve LaMotte

CEO, Building Industry Association of Southern California – Orange County Chapter (BIA/OC)

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Stephanie Smith

Stephanie Smith

Director, West Coast, Bisnow Media

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee, & Networking
9:00 AM
9:40 AM
Hot Asset Classes & Major Projects
Asset classes primed for a big 2020 and OC's biggest under-construction projects
9:40 AM
10:30 AM
OC Housing Update
Permitting, regulation, and utilizing modular when solving the shortage and maximizing ROI
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Event Networking

Venue/Parking

Irvine Marriott
18000 Von Karman Ave.
Irvine, CA 92612

Ballroom: Catalina, First Floor (After entering the main doors of the hotel, head to your right through the restaurant. Walk through the exit doors, past the pool and down the steps. From there you will see registration outside the ballroom.

Parking Information: Self-Parking $15.00 per car day of event. Valet Parking $20.00 per car day of event.

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Event Summary

Despite talk of the cycle ending, Orange County is exhibiting positive signs of growth. Most notably, a June update from the California EDD

shows the county’s non-farm employment at 1,673,100, the largest on record. Additionally, in the last 10 years, the county’s workforce has increased by 282,500, or 20%.

From a construction and development perspective, the call is being answered. To meet demand from continued job growth, the county has 24 large apartment complexes under construction, representing more than 5,000 units. According to a report from JLL, the business district office submarket has 2,203 housing units currently being built and 4,845 approved for construction. In the office sector, national brands are continuing to invest in the region- The Boardwalk Newport Beach, Great Park Irvine, and Flight in Tustin are a major office developments that, like the multifamily construction, will support continued job growth.

With upward movement in asset classes throughout the county, there is much to be discussed and learned. You won’t want to miss this event as we bring together CRE Visionaries and Thought Leaders to discuss solutions the current projects under development represent and challenges that lie ahead. Contribute to the conversation on Instagram and Twitter (@Bisnow) by using the hashtag #BisnowOC. With questions, press inquiries, and content recommendations, email your Bisnow’s SoCal Event Producer, Matt Seukunian (matt.seukunian@bisnow.com).

  1. Which asset class is currently experiencing the most development in Orange County?
  2. What tricks are developers employing to get projects entitled and built in manageable timeframes and at reasonable budgets?
  3. With movement in the office and multifamily sector, will demand soon be met or are developers prepared for continuous supply needs?
  4. What submarkets in Orange County are developers most active in?
  5. What projects, slated to top out and come online in 2020, will have the greatest impact on residents of Orange County?