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Bay Area State Of Office

A Premium Half-Day Event: Notable Developments, Acquisitions, Tenant Demands, And The State Of Oakland Office

Event Ended On: Thursday September 26 2019

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Events Speakers and Panels

Notable Investments & Acquisitions

Notable purchases, holdings, and sells in recent months

Alan Walker

SVP & Portfolio Director, EQ Office

Timothy Goeke

Director, Acquisitions, Northwest Office Investments, Nuveen Real Estate
Kyle Jeffers

Kyle Jeffers

Managing Director & Head of Western Originations, ACORE Capital
Dean Boerner
Moderator

Dean Boerner

Bay Area Reporter, Bisnow

Making Projects Pencil

How developers are getting projects approved, funded, and ultimately online

Ryan Haworth

Ryan Haworth

Project Development Executive, Clark Construction
Travis Perkins
Moderator

Travis Perkins

Head of Customer Experience, Join

The Rise of Co-Working & Growing Your Square Footprint

Cameron Love

Cameron Love

SVP, Hughes Marino
Armen Vartanian

Armen Vartanian

VP, Global Workplace Services, Okta
Marie Phillips

Marie Phillips

Director, Instant Group

San Francisco's Largest New Developments

Tony Natsis
Moderator

Tony Natsis

Partner, Allen Matkins

Tenant Demands In & Around The Bay Area

Patrick Mondi

Patrick Mondi

Sr. Dir., Global Real Estate Operations and Safety, Lime
Manuel Fishman
Moderator

Manuel Fishman

Shareholder, Buchalter

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee, & Networking
9:00 AM
9:30 AM
Notable Investments & Acquisitions
9:30 AM
10:05 AM
Making Projects Pencil
10:05 AM
10:35 AM
The Rise of Co-Working & Growing Your Square Footprint
10:35 AM
10:45 AM
Coffee Break
10:45 AM
11:15 AM
San Francisco's Largest New Developments
11:15 AM
12:00 PM
Tenant Demands In & Around The Bay Area

Venue/Parking

Hotel Nikko San Francisco
222 Mason Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Ballroom/Floor: Nikko Ballroom , 3rd Floor

Parking Information: Valet Parking: Based on Availability
$15 for the first hour, $5 for each additional 1/2 hr. ($50+ tax Max)

Downtown Center Garage - 325 Mason Street:
$8 per hour ($35 Max)

Ellis-O'Farrell Garage - 123 O'Farrell Street:
$2.50 per hour

Parking Place/Handlery - 260 O'Farrell Street:
$15.00 Early Bird Rate

Ampco Parking/Hilton - 210 Ellis Street:
$13.00 Early Bird Rate

*Prices Subject to Change*

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Event Summary

**Note: Content begins at 9:00a and ends at 12:30p** San Francisco is a city built on the back of innovators (from Levi Strauss to Mark Zuckerberg) and as its tech

sector grows bigger and bolder than ever (see: Lyft’s IPO, Uber’s upcoming IPO, and Slack’s upcoming Direct IPO), the city has a challenge. The usual suspects (Twitter, Pinterest, AirBnB etc.) are maintaining their position atop the tech totem pole while upstarts (Slack, Lyft among them) vie for said position. As a result the office space, like the city’s housing market and surface streets, is crowded. Join Bisnow as we explore the city’s premier developments, notable acquisitions, eye-raising leases, shifts in tenant demands and office design, as well as the state of San Francisco’s submarkets to the south and east. For event questions, press inquiries, or content recommendations, email Bisnow’s Northern California Event Producer Matt Seukunian (matt.seukunian@bisnow.com).

  1. What are the largest office projects to come online in recent months and which notable projects are topping out?
  2. What factors do investors see as appealing in the office market as tech company file IPOs and lease office space at record rates?
  3. What neighborhoods and communities - if any - in San Francisco are under developed and present opportunities for developers and investors alike?
  4. How will office migration out of San Francisco and into Oakland or other submarkets impact the region (traffic, cost of living, etc.)
  5. How are Oakland and various submarkets in the Bay Area affected by the tech-driven office boom?