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Is Now The Right Time To Invest In SoCal Assets? Find Out At Bisnow's Nov. 9 Event


The commercial real estate market in Southern California has experienced major changes since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. In early 2021, several sectors of SoCal’s CRE market, including retail and hospitality, were still hard hit due to the decline in in-person activities, and the demand for office space greatly decreased. But now, things are starting to look up, particularly in the multifamily arena. 

As the SoCal market continues to heat up again, investors may start  once again looking for ways to enhance their portfolios. This involves paying attention to the trends that have been arising as a result of the pandemic, such as the flock to the suburbs and the shift to remote and hybrid work. Gaining expert insight into what the SoCal market might look like in 2022 can help investors make strategic decisions — it’s not enough to know which asset classes and markets are hottest right now, investors need to be prepared for what lies ahead in a post-pandemic landscape. 

At Bisnow’s in-person event, SoCal Deal Flow, Investment Strategy and 2022 Forecast, on Nov. 9, attendees can learn about how CRE professionals approach equity and debt in the SoCal market and what factors to consider when taking on a new asset. Panels will be moderated by Nikole Zoumberakis, senior counsel at Buchalter, and Keith Pollock, partner at Allen Matkins.

Click here to register for this event and view Bisnow’s Covid-19 safety guidelines and protocols.

Speakers and panelists include: 

Accessing Debt Today

  • Jason Hernandez, managing director and head of originations of the Americas, Nuveen Real Estate
  • Paul Fuhrman, managing partner, Miramar Capital
  • Trent Brown, executive director, PGIM Real Estate
  • Cade Vander Broek, managing director of the West Coast, Money 360

Equity Dynamics

  • Mike Hu, managing director, Gaw Capital Partners
  • Kev Zoryan, managing director, Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing
  • Spencer Schlee, vice president, Canyon Partners Real Estate

Capital Deployment in SoCal

  • Kathleen Briscoe, partner and chief capital officer, Dermody Properties
  • Heather Turner, CEO and co-founder, Tamarack Capital Partners

Register here for the opportunity to meet in person with owners, developers, brokers and other commercial real estate professionals and learn more about the current and potential future state of the SoCal CRE market.