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Puget Sound's CRE Business & Policy Summit

Amazon's HQ Move, P3s, Land Use, Zoning, Legislation, Affordable Housing, & More

Event Ended On: Wednesday May 22 2019

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Speakers and Panels

The Power of P3s

The evolving and expanding relationship of legislators and developers

Allison Clark

Allison Clark

Managing Director, Business Development, Washington State Department of Commerce

Housing Across Puget Sound

Affordability, homelessness, and the evolving issues facing our cities

Sara Maxana

Sara Maxana

HALA Project Manager, Office of Mayor Durkan, City of Seattle

Richard Loo

Director of RE Development, Bellwether Housing

Venue

The Westin Seattle
1900 5th Ave.
Seattle, WA 98101

Ballroom: Pike Room on the Westlake Floor

Parking Information: $17 Discounted Parking Rate

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Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Coffee, Breakfast, & Networking
8:45 AM
9:30 AM
The Power of P3s
The evolving and expanding relationship of legislators and developers
9:30 AM
10:15 AM
Housing Across Puget Sound
Affordability, homelessness, and the evolving issues facing our cities
10:15 AM
10:30 AM
Closing Keynote
Bellevue Mayor John Chelminiak
10:30 AM
10:45 AM
More Networking!

Summary

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?

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