Event Ended On: Thursday August 23 2018
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Breakfast & Networking
Transnational Real Estate: Investing, Development & Design
The Future of The Cross-Border Relationship
The Westin San Diego
400 West Broadway
San Diego CA 92101
Ballroom: Emerald Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Parking Information: Discount Valet $20.00 per car
Emerald Plaza - 400 W Broadway $24.00
Columbia Garage - 501 W C St $30.00
*Pricing Subject to Change*
Most cities would be lucky to have a cross-border relationship with either San Diego or Tijuana.
Combined, both SD and Tijuana represent
$230B binational economy.
The Tijuana marketplace provides San Diego access to trading partners other regions dream about. It also offers more affordable rents compared to its nearby cross-border neighbor.
Class A office space in Tijuana lists for $1.71 psf/month and a comparable space in San Diego County lists for $3.23
psf/month. With rising geopolitical concerns, the cross-border relationship has never been more important than today. How will policy reform impact new businesses who enter the SD and Tijuana markets, respectively? What should investors know before expanding their portfolios to include Tijuana real estate?
Join Bisnow in San Diego to find out the future of this imperative cross-border relationship and how you can get involved!
Questions, comments, or recommendations? Please email them all to our SoCal event producer, Nathan Cutler at
1. How are San Diego and Tijuana's real estate industries intertwined?
2. Where do Trump & Mexico stand in regards to NAFTA negotiations?
3. Why are US investment firms targetting Tijuana's commercial real estate market?
4. What do US firms consider before setting up operations across the border in Mexico?
5. What differences in laws, policies, designs, and planning should US developers be aware of before breaking ground across the border?