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Bay Area Student Housing Summit

A Look Into P3s & Investment Trends Impacting the Market & Strategies to Boost New Development in the Region

Event Ended On: Thursday January 16 2020

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Speakers

Higher Education Investment Roundtable

What Opportunities Do Bay Area CRE Leaders See in the Student Housing Market?

Rosemarie Rae

Rosemarie Rae

Vice Chancellor & CFO, UC Berkeley
Karri Novak
Moderator

Karri Novak

Vice President, Clark Construction

Case Study: UC Davis

Housing 50% of Students On Campus In The Next 10 Years

Ken Lowney

Ken Lowney

Founder & Principal, Lowney Architecture
Abe Sipes

Abe Sipes

Senior Project Manager, DPR Construction
Zach Murphy
Moderator

Zach Murphy

CEO, Digital Building Components

The Modern Student

How Have Student Housing Needs Changed in the Past Few Years? How are They Projected to Change in 2020?

Paul Fitzgerald

Paul Fitzgerald

President, University of San Francisco
Joel Roos

Joel Roos

Partner, Pacific Union Development Company

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Breakfast, Coffee & Networking
9:00 AM
9:55 AM
Higher Education Investment Roundtable
What Opportunities Do Bay Area CRE Leaders See in the Student Housing Market? How are Market Leaders Securing and Utilizing P3s?
9:55 AM
10:00 AM
Networking Break!
10:00 AM
10:35 AM
Case Study: UC Davis
Housing 50% of Students On Campus In The Next 10 Years
10:35 AM
11:10 AM
The Modern Student
How Have Student Housing Needs Changed in the Past Few Years? How are They Projected to Change in 2020?
11:10 AM
11:30 AM
More Networking!

Venue/Parking

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

Ballroom/Floor: Nikko Ballroom , 3rd Floor

Parking Rates: 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

San Francisco houses over 30 institutions of higher education that enroll more than 80,000 full-time students needing student housing. However, only nine of these schools provide any housing for their population, totaling less than 9,000 beds. Therefore, there is an estimated 60,000-bed shortfall for students. As a result, most students coming here to study are thrown onto the City’s housing market and compete for existing housing stock.

These 30 small colleges and universities worked with the Student Action Coalition to make it possible to build student housing.

Since 2016, approximately 2,700 beds for students have been made available or entered the pipeline. As we see these developments come to fruition, what will happen to demand for student housing? What policies have been or might be put into place and how will they affect the student housing market? How do current trends in alternative ways to stay impact the market?

Join us as we discuss the state of the San Francisco student housing market!

Contribute to the conversation on Instagram and Twitter at @BisnowSF and the hashtag #BisnowSFStudentHousing.

With questions, recommendations, or press inquiries please email Bisnow’s NorCal & Pacific Northwest Event Producer Claire Fukutaki (claire@bisnow.com).

  1. What macroeconomic trends are shaping the student housing market in San Francisco?
  2. Which government policies affect student housing, and how can these policies we used to benefit the industry?
  3. How will supply meet demand in the next year? Will the projects set to complete in 2020 meet the housing needs of Bay Area students?
  4. How are market leaders winning P3s and creating quality product?
  5. What other solutions (co-living, private housing, etc.) are affecting the market? Are these solutions enough to meet the demand for affordability?