Event Ended On: Tuesday February 19 2019
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Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking
Fireside Chat: Vacasa
The future of property management and growth of vacation rentals
Investment & Development Update
Who is buying? Who is building?
The Role of Construction and Design in Building a Brand
Tips, tricks, and tactics from the ground up
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
99 Union Street
Seattle, WA 98101
Ballroom: The Ballroom, 2nd Floor
Parking Information: Valet Discounted Rate of $28.00 per car
Republic Parking Lot: 1400 Alaskan Way (2-4 Hrs $12.29)
Target Parking Garage (3-4 Hrs $16.00)
Russell Investment Center Garage: 1301 Second Ave. (3-4 Hrs $24 / Early Bird $16)
*Pricing Subject to Change*
Portland and Seattle, the Pacific Northwest's two largest markets, continued to exhibit tourism growth in 2017. Portland saw 8.6 million tourists while Seattle hosted a whopping 39.9 million guests,
representing growth for an eighth consecutive year.
On the development front, Portland is in the midst of a continued – and elongated – boom. According to data from STR, 1,700 new rooms were added to the city's inventory in 2017 and through June 2018, an additional 2,507 rooms were in development. Overall this represents 8.5% of the market's exiting supply (29,328 rooms). Coupled with the increase in development is newfound investment interest from domestic and foreign firms.
Further north, Seattle is in the thick of an uptick of its own.
As of September 2018, the city had 15,049 hotel rooms – a 15% increase from 2013. Beyond the current inventory, five hotels (1,897 rooms) are under construction with four hotel (876 rooms) in final planning and four hotel (567 rooms) in early planning.
For more information contact Pacific Northwest Event Producer Matt Seukunian (email@example.com)
1. Why do investors see the Pacific Northwest as an attractive market for hospitality?