1. Where will these employees live?
2. Will Transit Oriented Developments continue to rise?
3. What can we expect for land values in 2018?
4. Downtown: are Silicon Valley cities seeing growth in their CBD's?
5. Amenities: rising cost to put them in, can they make or break the attractiveness of projects?
|7:30 AM - 8:30 AM||
Breakfast & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:15 AM||
Construction & Design - Amenities of the Future
|9:15 AM - 10:00 AM||
Major Projects and Emerging Neighborhoods
|10:00 AM - 10:30 AM||
Closing Remarks & More Networking
Rotary Summit Center
88 S 4th St
San Jose, CA 95112
Floor: 7th floor (top floor)
Parking Information: Daily Fee $1 per 20 minutes, $20 Daily Max
The CRE industry fared well in 2017 but 2018 is well positioned for explosive multifamily & residential growth.
A topic of discussion will be "amenities war." Developers are always aiming to be innovative on that front and one of the most active developers in Silicon Valley, Sares Regis NorCal, knows what is best."Residences have nine-foot ceilings, oversized windows, private balconies and patios and walk-in closets. Interiors feature hardwood-style plank flooring, quartz kitchen countertops, flat-panel cabinetry, high-efficiency heat and air conditioning and LED lighting." SF Bisnow Reporter Julie Littman
With improvements to transit, this landscape is changing with each passing year and families looking to settle down in the South Bay are being presented with more options to choose from. "The BART extension from the East Bay into Silicon Valley will further drive demand for housing in the area." SF Bisnow Reporter Julie Littman
Transit is definitely going to be a topic of conversation leading into the new year. The key takeaways are going to be land values and location.
So come join us for some insights and some fun. Don't forget your biz cards!