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Palm Beach County State of the Market

What Does the Region's Class A Office and Condo Boom Mean for 2020?

Event Ended On: Wednesday December 11 2019

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Events Speakers and Panels

Condo Boom

Dilip Barot
Amrit Ocean Resort & Residences

Dilip Barot

Founder, Creative Choice Group
Joe McMillan
3550 South Ocean

Joe McMillan

Founder, Chairman & CEO, DDG
Marisela Cotilla
Alina Residences

Marisela Cotilla

Executive Director of Sales, Alina Residences
Charles Russo
Moderator

Charles Russo

Southeast Regional Head, Office, Nuveen Real Estate

What's Next On The Development Frontier?

Taylor Collins
Forte, Elysee

Taylor Collins

Partner, Two Roads Development

Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
9:00 AM
Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Condo Boom
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
What's Next On the Development Frontier?
10:30 AM
11:00 AM
Post Event Schmooze

Venue/Parking

Hilton West Palm Beach
600 Okeechobee Blvd
West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Ballroom / Floor: Oceana C&D / Main Level

Parking Information: Valet Only, $15 per vehicle

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Event Summary

Join us for our 3rd annual Palm Beach County State of the Market as we take a look at major projects, key trends and what's next in the development pipeline. The county

is the 3rd largest in Florida and continues to attract new visitors and residents every year.

Development in West Palm Beach and Boca Raton is thriving. These two markets continue to draw on their skilled labor pools and well-established financial, legal services and healthcare industries. According to Commercial Property Executive, West Palm Beach has 600,000 square feet of new office under construction, 95% of which is Class A space.

Other developments include the high-end Bristol Condominium, considered the most expensive ever built in Palm Beach County. Palm Beach, offers more than

just mega-mansions and golf courses. It has become the primary neighborhood of interest for financial firms like Wexford Capital and Paul Tudor Jones who want to take advantage of the high concentration of wealth here and the 5.5% corporate tax rate.

Because of the surge in corporate relocation interest, the Palm Beach Development Board has created a full-time department dedicated to the cause, according to Kelly Smallridge, president and CEO of the Board.

In April, Related Companies announced a $550 million redevelopment of retail and entertainment center CityPlace. This will include rebranding the project

to Rosemary Square, a 72-acre destination that will include public green spaces, Class A commercial office, modern residences, experiential retail and culinary offerings, a hotel and robust arts and culture programs.

Hear from South Florida's top developers and owners as we discuss

the region's hottest new developments, their challenges and how they stand to affect the community's future.

For questions, recommendations, comments or press inquiries please email

Tess Jones at Tess.Jones@Bisnow.com.

  1. What new projects like The Bristol, the most expensive condo built in Palm Beach County, are coming online?
  2. The Northeast is experiencing record-high numbers of resident outflows. Why are many financial firms choosing to relocate to Palm Beach County?
  3. Hunting for yield: what's hot, what's not and where are investors looking next?
  4. What is the market outlook for multifamily, office and hospitality sectors?
  5. What major trends like placemaking and mixed-use development can we expect?

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