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South Florida State of the Market

From Vacation Destination to World Class Metropolis

Event Ended On: Wednesday September 25 2019

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Speakers and Panels

Keynote Presentation

Armando Codina
Tax-Driven Migration to South Florida

Armando Codina

Executive Chairman, Codina Partners

Major Projects

Russell Galbut
Park on Fifth, CitizenM Hotel, 3050 Biscayne Blvd

Russell Galbut

CEO, Crescent Heights
Phil Rosen
Moderator

Phil Rosen

Shareholder, Becker

The Rise of Mixed-Use Development and TOD

Joseph Kavana
Metropica

Joseph Kavana

CEO, K Group Holdings
W. Allen Morris
Alhambra Towers, SLS Lux, Creative Village

W. Allen Morris

Chairman & CEO, The Allen Morris Company
Adam Mait
Link at Douglas, Motion at Dadeland

Adam Mait

VP of Development, Adler Group
Ryan Bailine
Moderator

Ryan Bailine

Shareholder, Greenberg & Traurig

Capital Markets: Buying, Selling & Investing in CRE

David Druey

David Druey

Regional President, Centennial Bank
Imran Thobani
Moderator

Imran Thobani

Principal, Ryan

Fireside Chat: Planning for a Downturn

Shahab Karmely
2000 Ocean

Shahab Karmely

Principal, KAR Properties

Venue

Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort
1111 North Ocean Drive
Hollywood, FL 33019

Ballroom/Floor: Compass Rose East/North Ballroom Salons, 9th Floor

Parking Information:
Self-Parking (parking garage) $4 per hour
Valet $15.00 per car

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Agenda

Time Activity
8:00 AM
8:55 AM
Coffee, Breakfast & Networking
8:55 AM
9:00 AM
Opening Remarks
By Raelin Storey, Economic Development Director, of the City of Hollywood
9:00 AM
9:45 AM
Major Projects
How are developers placemaking destinations?
9:45 AM
10:30 AM
Capital Markets: Buying, Selling & Investing in CRE
Where is capital flowing?
10:30 AM
10:45 AM
Turn to Your Neighbor & Grab a Business Card
10:45 AM
11:15 AM
Fireside Chat: Planning for a Downturn
How can Floridians prepare themselves in case the market softens?
11:15 AM
12:00 PM
The Rise of Mixed-Use Development and TOD
Will consumer demand continue to fuel this product type?
12:00 PM
12:30 PM
Keynote Presentation: Tax-Driven Migration to South Florida
Featuring Armando Codina, Executive Chairman, Codina Partners
12:30 PM
1:00 PM
More Networking & Deal Making

Summary

  1. What are the latest mixed-use projects like Metropica, Miami Worldcenter and Douglas, and what trends can we expect from this product type?
  2. South Florida's commercial real estate fundamentals are strong, but how can brokers, owners and investors prepare for the cycle's next downturn? What market indicators like the inverted yield curve or negative credit balance should we look for?
  3. What is placemaking and how are developers incorporating this planning, design and management concept into their projects?
  4. What are South Florida's hottest projects and what is in the development pipeline in for 2020 and beyond?
  5. Real estate growth follows population and job growth. How can Miami continue to attract top talent and businesses and foster its business ecosystem to promote itself as a great place to live, work and play?

1) What are the latest mixed-use projects like Metropica, Miami Worldcenter and Douglas, and what trends can we expect from this product type? 

2) South Florida's commercial real estate fundamentals are strong, but how can brokers, owners and investors prepare for the cycle's next downturn? What market indicators like the inverted yield curve or negative credit balance should we look for? 

3) What is placemaking and how are developers incorporating this planning, design and management concept into their projects? 

4) What are South Florida's hottest projects and what is in the development pipeline in for 2020 and beyond? 

5) Real estate growth follows population and job growth. How can Miami continue to attract top talent and businesses and foster its business ecosystem to promote itself as a great place to live, work and play?