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Portland State of the Market

A Mayoral keynote, the state of office, notable developments, record-breaking acquisitions

Event Ended On: Wednesday September 11 2019

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Speakers

Opening Keynote

Portland State of the Market

Ted Wheeler

Ted Wheeler

Mayor, City of Portland

Notable Investments & Acquisitions

Kimberly Branam
Moderator

Kimberly Branam

Executive Director, Prosper Portland

Is Mass Timber The Future?

Brad Malsin

Brad Malsin

Principal, Beam Development
Craig Applegath

Craig Applegath

Founding Principal, DIALOG

Construction & Development Update

Exploring the largest projects – across asset class – under development and topping off

Todd Sheaffer

Todd Sheaffer

COO, Specht Properties
Steve Wells

Steve Wells

Senior Managing Director, Trammell Crow

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast, Registration, & Networking
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Opening Keynote
Portland State of the Market by Mayor Ted Wheeler
8:45 AM
9:30 AM
Notable Investments & Acquisitions
9:30 AM
10:00 AM
Is Mass Timber The Future?
10:00 AM
10:10 AM
Stretch Break!
10:10 AM
10:50 AM
Construction & Development Update
Exploring the largest projects – across asset class – under development and topping off
10:50 AM
11:15 AM
More Networking

Venue/Parking

Sentinel Hotel
614 SW 11th Avenue
Portland OR 97205

Ballroom: Grand Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Parking Information: Smart Park Garage at 10th & Yamhill
1 Hour, $1.80
2 Hours, $3.60
3 Hours, $5.40
4 Hours, $7.40
Over 4 Hours, $14

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Event Summary

Whether you’re referring to the groundbreaking statewide affordable housing bill or the myriad investments and acquisitions being made by companies outside of Portland (such as Vista Investment Group) the City of Roses is a city in flux. Shaking things up while growing (vertically) at a rapid pace. If you consider the Portland office market hot, then the industrial sector is scorching and the need for multifamily housing (affordable to luxury) is as present as ever. Join Bisnow as we dive deep into this changing and fascinating market: from evolving office space, to affordable housing, notable new developments, and record-breaking acquisitions. For questions, press inquiries and recommendations, please email Bisnow’s Pacific NW Event Producer Matt Seukunian (matt.seukunian@bisnow.com).

  1. Who are the prominent players in Portland’s expanding office space market?
  2. What have been the city’s notable new developments to come online in recent months and which projects are approaching “topping out” status?
  3. What factors does Portland display to investors, local and otherwise, who are making acquisitions in the market and submarkets?
  4. What effect has Oregon’s statewide affordable housing bill had on the multifamily market in Portland?
  5. Where do investors and developers see the Portland CRE market going in 2020 and beyond? What are some positive signs of encouragement and some concerning signs