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San Francisco State of the Market

The 2016 RE Forecast

Event Ended On: Wednesday January 20 2016

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Events Speakers and Panels

John Kilroy
KEYNOTE SPEAKER (Keynote)

John Kilroy

Chairman of the Board, President & CEO, Kilroy Realty Corporation

Future of Office & Development

Ken Perry
Wakefield Building

Ken Perry

CEO, The Swig Company
John Herr
350 Bush and 500 Pine

John Herr

EVP, Lincoln Property Company
Jeff Glass
SF Asset Management

Jeff Glass

Business Development, Bedford Cost Segregation
Tony Natsis
Moderator

Tony Natsis

Partner, Allen Matkins

Multifamily & Mixed-Use

Alan Mark
Urban RE Marketing Sales

Alan Mark

President, The Mark Company
Matt Macko
Moderator

Matt Macko

Principal, stok

Ted Talk

The State of Leasing

Andrew Flint

Andrew Flint

Head of Business Development, VTS

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Pre-Event Breakfast Networking
8:30 AM
8:45 AM
Opening Keynote - John Kilroy
8:45 AM
8:55 AM
City Perspective
8:55 AM
9:40 AM
Future of Office & Development
9:40 AM
10:05 AM
Multifamily/Mixed-Use
10:05 AM
10:30 AM
Construction & Design
10:30 AM
10:55 AM
Post-Event Networking

Venue/Parking

Fairmont San Francisco
950 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

Ballroom: Terrace & Vanderbilt Rooms, Lower Level


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Join Us for Our 5th annual San Francisco State of the Market Event!

While Prices Continue to Skyrocket, the City Skyline is Dotted with Cranes and Development is Booming. A Large Number of Creative Office Space and Tech Campuses Under Development Are Already Pre-Leased.

Is Such a Huge Dependency on The Health of Tech a Concern for Owners and Developers? How Does This Affect Local Housing Demand?

Can The Market Sustain Such Rapid Growth or Will The Price of RE Cause a Bubble to Burst? Hear From SF's Top Minds On Plans for Growth in 2016!