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Pittsburgh Multifamily Summit

Developments & Design Trends Of The Future Living Space

Event Ended On: Thursday October 10 2019

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Speakers

Dan Gilman
Keynote

Dan Gilman

Chief Of Staff, Office of Mayor, City Of Pittsburgh

Mixed-Use Mania

Steven Guy

Steven Guy

President & CEO, Oxford Development
Gene Boyer

Gene Boyer

Co-Managing Partner, HB Development

The Future of Multifamily

Ethan Fellheimer

Managing Director, Red Rocks Group
 Autumn Harris

Autumn Harris

Owner, Rose Finance
Dusty Elias Kirk
Moderator

Dusty Elias Kirk

Partner, Reed-Smith

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking!
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Keynote With Chief Of Staff Dan Gilman
8:45 AM
9:30 AM
The Future of Multifamily
Major Developments, How to Utilize Opportunity Zones, and Trends To Watch
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
Mixed-Use Mania
Macro Communities and Amenities for a Younger Generation
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

Pittsburgh Renaissance
107 Sixth Street
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222

Ballroom: Symphony A-C - 2nd Floor

Parking Information: Valet: $38
Self-parking: $9 per hour OR $13 for over 4 hours at city garage across from hotel entrance, no in/out privileges, height 6 ft 6 in

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Event Summary

Unemployment in Pittsburgh hit a 50-year low of 3.6% to start off 2019, with the addition of 8,000 new jobs. With 1.7 MSF of office in the pipeline, projects such as 3 Crossing, and the redevelopment of the former Civic Arena there is a lot of excitement about what is to come for Pittsburgh.

As the line between one’s work and personal life become blurred, developers think they have found the answer; mixed-use developments. The ability to offer tenants flexibility and amenities to make both their work and personal life easier is what sets these new developments apart.



Please send event questions and topic/speaker recommendations to Noah Ackerman at

noah.ackerman@bisnow.com

  1. It’s no surprise that people like to live near where they work. As more offices open in The Strip district, mixed-use developments are right behind. Will multifamily follow this trend or look to other emerging neighborhoods?
  2. With Pittsburgh becoming more of a tech hub, developers from larger markets have taken notice. What impact will outside money coming into the city have?
  3. With tech giants like Uber, Apple, and Facebook opening up offices in the Strip District, how will multifamily developers look to accommodate this new talent pool?
  4. What amenities does this generation actually care about and what are you wasting money on?
  5. Can Opportunity Zones help developers make a lasting impact on underserved neighborhoods?