Event Ended On: Thursday January 24 2019
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|Thursday, January 24|
Registration, Breakfast, & Networking
Slow and Steady: Examining Philadelphia's Office Surge
The Suburban Sprawl: Office Culture Outside the City Confines
The Bellevue Hotel
200 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Ballroom: Rose Ballroom, Floor 19
Parking Information: Discounted parking vouchers will be given at the event: $22 for self-parking and $32 for valet
Slow and steady wins the race for Philadelphia's office scene. According to reports from
Cushman & Wakefield, unemployment is down to approximately 4.1 in Q3 of 2018, the lowest it's been in over a decade. Over 39,000 jobs have also been added to the market, particularly in the health and educational sectors, showing promising signs for the start of 2019's Q1. But similar to other markets, Philadelphia's office scene is going through a creative Renaissance, from the completion of Comcast Technology Center to additional coworking companies jumping into the mix. What do all these players, contenders, and more mean for the future of Philadelphia's office scene?
Start the New Year right and join Bisnow at our first Philadelphia event of 2019. Hear from our all-star panelists
as they discuss what's on the
horizon for Philadelphia's office scene, as well as their strategies to both develop quality product while attracting - and retaining - office tenants. As always, expect plenty of coffee & networking before and after our panel discussions! Join the conversation by using the hashtag #BisnowPhilly and follow @BisnowPHILA on Twitter! Questions? Email our Event Producer, Liz Baker, at firstname.lastname@example.org PS: Don't forget those business cards!
1. What Does the Opening of the Comcast Technology Center Mean for Philadelphia's Office Scene?
2. Who's Moving Into City Center — and Who's Moving Out?
3. Should Flexible Working Spaces be a Tenant Expectation, or Continue to be a Coworking Luxury?
4. As Vacancy Rates Rise, What Will Happen in Suburban Office Spaces?
5. How Can Mixed-Use Developments Impact the Future of Philadelphia's Office Development?