1. What modern amenities are necessary to keep multifamily developments competitive in the market?
2. Mixed-Use developments begin with a creative seed. What does it take to turn a concept into a reality?
3. With several luxury multifamily developments in the pipeline, how are developers working with local governments to maintain affordable housing?
4. Which neighborhoods are best for multifamily and mixed-use investments? Why are these neighborhoods in high demand?
5. How will technology transform the way we design, build and think about our mixed-use and multifamily communities?
|7:30 AM - 8:30 AM||
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:00 AM||
Opening Keynote: Fireside Chat with NexMetro Communities CEO Ken Abrahams
|9:00 AM - 9:40 AM||
Multifamily Capital Markets: Investments and Trends
|9:40 AM - 10:20 AM||
Developments, Design & Construction: The Future of Multifamily
|10:20 AM - 10:45 AM||
Sheraton Grand Phoenix
340 N 3rd St
Phoenix, AZ, 85004
Ballroom: Valley of the Sun
Parking Information: Self-Parking $8.00 and Valet Parking $16.00
The multifamily market remains strong throughout the nation, with the second-highest annual completions count for this cycle coming in this year for developers. With rising rents and construction costs, however, uncertainty is on the horizon for the multifamily market. National Real Estate Investor 2018 Multifamily Predictions propose a variety of outlooks:
- Class-A multifamily developments will continue to be attractive and competitive, in both urban and suburban markets
- Construction labor shortage and zoning regulations continue to pose challenges for both delivery and site selection
- Demand is slowing while supply is rising, likely leading to more vacancies in 2018. Rents are predicted to continue to rise, however.
- The affordable housing gap will not close, leaving governments, developers and private investors with opportunities to provide more units to low to moderate income families
Overall, the multifamily market relies heavily on national economic stability, low unemployment rates and a robust tenant pool in order to maintain a steady demand. However, with rising rents outpacing wages across the nation, a major economic shift can cause major challenges for the multifamily market.
As multifamily evolves to keep up with supply and demand, how can developers, investors, designers, construction firms and real estate proprietors work together to deliver quality living communities while maintaining a valuable return on investment in the Greater Phoenix Market?
Find out this and more at our Greater Phoenix Multifamily & Mixed-Use Boom! As always, Bisnow provides an abundance of opportunities for networking and deal-making. We look forward to seeing you there!
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