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San Francisco Construction & Development

Hot projects in Multifamily, Office, Mixed Use, and Beyond

Event Ended On: Wednesday June 7 2017

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Speakers and Panels

State of San Francisco Multifamily

Development & Affordable Housing's Impact

Cynthia Parker

Cynthia Parker

President & CEO, BRIDGE Housing

Office, Mixed-Use & Retail

SF Projects & Development Activity

R. Adam Smith

R. Adam Smith

Executive Director of Store Development, Whole Foods
John Dooling
Moderator

John Dooling

Partner, RMKB

Building & Operation

Construction, Engineering & Design Trends

Geene Alhady

Geene Alhady

Executive Director, Clark Pacific

Venue

The Fairmont Hotel San Francisco
950 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94108

Floor: Venetian Room, Lobby Level

Parking Information: San Francisco Hotel Garage is located on the corner of Powell and California Streets, Visitor parking is $5 for every 20 minutes

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
9:05 AM
Building & Operation: Trends & Hot Topics
9:05 AM
9:40 AM
Multifamily & Affordable Housing Update
9:40 AM
10:15 AM
Office, Retail & Mixed-Use: Project & Development Activity
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Finishing Remarks and Breakfast

Summary

Join Bisnow as we explore some of the most recent and dynamic real estate projects in the Bay Area. With developments like the Central Subway Project underway, real estate developers are seeing new opportunities for retail, office, mixed-use and multifamily projects in city’s downtown and emerging neighborhoods. 

We have gathered top industry leaders to discuss the recent shifts and trends happening in Bay Area development across industry lines. Our collection of real estate CEOs, city officials, architects, and contractors will tackle the most pressing issues impacting the future of Bay Area real estate!

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