1) The City says that they want to be builders. Will they begin to expedite the entitlement process as a result?
2) How can developers work best with the community and City to break ground on much-needed projects?
3) What do the new zoning policies and Prop M mean for development and construction?
4) What local municipalities are offering the most enticing development incentives?
5) How are public transit improvements altering how the City reacts to planning, zoning and permitting?
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Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:15 AM||
Permitting and Planning in San Francisco
Hard Facts - How are deals getting approved?
|9:15 AM - 10:00 AM||
What is the future of the CRE Game in San Francisco?
NIMBY or YIMBY?
|10:00 AM - 10:30 AM||
Closing Remarks & Networking
Venue to be announced by March 25th
In San Francisco, East Bay, and the South Bay, one of the hottest topics has been the permitting and entitlement process.
Politicians in the Bay Area are working to create a more development friendly process. Even in Oakland, whose entitlement process has been noted as more difficult than that in San Fran, is working to make the process easier. But with so many new buyers and sellers entering the market, new challenges are cropping up, and working with the community has become more difficult than ever.
Every project and neighborhood is different and now, more than ever, leveraging relationships is critical. Join us as our all-star panelists are handling politics, permitting, and entitlement in order to get their projects started and finished.
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