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Seattle State of the Market

An Extended Morning Event Talking Developments, Investments, Tenants, & Trends

Event Ended On: Wednesday November 6 2019

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Speakers

Fireside Chat

Construction & Development

What Factors Are Impacting the Delivery of New Supply in Seattle?

Tom Parsons

Tom Parsons

Executive Managing Director, Holland Partner Group
Doug Klein

Doug Klein

Director, Abbott Construction

Market Dynamics & Investment Opportunities

Who is buying? Who is selling?

Kyle Jeffers

Kyle Jeffers

Managing Director & Head of Western Originations, ACORE Capital
Jason Rosauer

Jason Rosauer

EVP, Board Director & Sharehold, Kidder Mathews
Josh Berde

Josh Berde

SVP - Originations, West Region, KeyBank Real Estate Capital
Marc Hutchinson
Moderator

Marc Hutchinson

Managing Partner, Hutchinson & Walter, CPAs

Agenda

Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast, Coffee, & Networking
8:30 AM
9:15 AM
Construction & Development
What Factors Are Impacting the Delivery of New Supply in Seattle?
9:15 AM
9:20 AM
Networking Break!
9:20 AM
10:05 AM
Market Dynamics & Investment Opportunities
Who is buying? Who is selling?
10:05 AM
10:30 AM
Fireside Chat
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
Post-Event Networking

Venue/Parking

The Westin Seattle
1900 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Ballroom/Floor: Grand Ballroom, 4th Floor

Parking Information: Off-site parking, fee: 9 USD hourly, On-site parking, fee: 50 USD Daily, Valet Parking Fee: 60 USD
Self/valet parking area offered in adjacent garage with hourly/daily rates. Overnight rates include in/out privileges.

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Event Summary

As we approach the end of another calendar year, Seattle’s building boom has still not slowed. High-rise condos, world-class hotels, and state-of-the-art office buildings are reaching towards the sky in record numbers across the city – even on the Eastside!

Couple that craze with the Expedia and Amazon moves as well as the arrival of Apple, Dropbox, and Salesforce and Seattle is quickly becoming San Francisco 2.0. The question now is whether or not that is a good thing. Join Bisnow and industry leaders as we discuss the development pipeline across the Puget Sound, the state of CRE financing in Seattle, office and tenant migration, and more. Contribute to the conversation on Instagram and Twitter at @BisnowSeattle and the hashtag #BisnowSeattleSoM. With questions, recommendations, or press inquiries please email Bisnow’s NorCal & PNW Event Producer, Claire Fukutaki (claire@bisnow.com).

  1. With continued condo talk and tech migration imminent, how are developers and the city addressing displacement and office/multifamily supply v. demand issues?
  2. How will Amazon's move into Bellevue redefine Seattle's Eastside and how will Expedia’s waterfront campus reshape that neighborhood?
  3. What effect will Salesforce, Apple, and Dropbox moving into Seattle have on other asset classes as well as the city (traffic, cost of living, etc.)?
  4. Despite the number of cranes dotting the skyline, what neighborhoods and asset classes are developers and investors looking at as underutilized and ripe for disruption?
  5. As NHL Seattle inches closer to taking off in the city, what can residents expect of the Northgate redevelopment?