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Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking
The Power of P3s
The evolving and expanding relationship of legislators and developers
Housing Across Puget Sound
Affordability, homelessness, and the evolving issues facing our cities
Bellevue Mayor John Chelminiak
The Westin Seattle
1900 5th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101
Ballroom: Pike Room on the Westlake Floor
Parking Information: $17 Discounted Parking Rate
Seattle’s rise to prominence on the national and global stage has not come at no cost. The city has added 105,000 residents since 2010 (now home to more than 700,000) and as a result, home prices have risen, single-family neighborhoods have seen density decrease, and minority groups have been displaced. This is most evident in the following statistic: 75 percent of Seattle’s land is zoned for single-family living and accommodates only 5 percent of Seattle’s population. A Fall 2018 Neighborhoods For All report published by the Seattle Planning Commission is one example of brilliant reporting, proposed legislation, and a hope for a brighter future in Seattle. Now the question is: how can the CRE industry stem this tide, working alongside politicians to create change? Join industry experts from across Seattle and Puget Sound as we explore topics such as proposed rezoning and advents to technology allowing an expedited permitting process. For more information on this event and for questions, comments, or press inquiries contact Event Producer Matt Seukunian (firstname.lastname@example.org)
1. What benefits do P3s projects have when developing across Puget Sound?
2. With Amazon moving East and the recent T-Mobile office sale, what is the current state of Bellevue?
3. What can be done to address the affordability and homelessness issues facing the city?
4. What, if anything, can be done to roll back much of Seattle’s single-family zoning to allow for affordable housing and higher density?
5. What are some examples of development friendly policies that have been put into place in Seattle and how can investors and developers take advantage of them?