Wednesday August 4 2021 | 8:00 AM EDT
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Why This Matters:
-Will demand for Class-A multifamily keep up with the coming deliveries, or will rents need to drop to keep vacancy at bay?
-Philadelphia is seeing multiple neighborhoods surge in popularity. Will permanently expanded remote work add fuel to the expansion of Philadelphia's developable areas?
-How much support can the City of Philadelphia give affordable housing development within the constraints of its new budget?
-How have Class-B suburban apartments fared through the pandemic and what does the future of suburban apartments look like as the world returns to normal?
How You'll Do More Business: Leasing is up, vacancy is down and the world is coming back to life. That being said, this past year-and-a-half has changed human behavior and created trends that could last a long time. Find out what parts of the pandemic aftermath will impact the multifamily market for years to come.
Who You'll Meet: Brokers, owners, developers, investors, architects, GCs, engineers, and lawyers.
Philadelphia Marriott Downtown
Guest Entrance, 1201 Market Street, 1200 Filbert St at
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Ballroom/Level: Grand Ballroom Salon E, 5th Floor
Parking Information: Valey Only: $30 with tax, Lobby Entrance on Filbert Street
Multifamily Update: Hot Markets, Trends To Watch, & The Impact Of Covid
The world changed dramatically over the past year and a half. One of the main changes was the freedom people had to choose where they live. As the world returns to normal the CRE community is closely monitoring if these population shifts are permanent.
Philly Housing Update
Throughout the pandemic, it was reported that Philly's multifamily market held its value significantly better than most cities around the country. Many point to Philly's affordability and proximity to other major cities on the east coast. Philly has multifamily developments popping up all over as it looks to capitalize in interest.