As Rents Rebound And Demand Rises, Is There Enough Of The East Bay To Go Around? Find Out At Bisnow’s Aug. 19 Event
To say the East Bay housing market is hot would be an understatement. Houses in the area are selling for $1M over the asking price, and local real estate professionals are reporting that they’re seeing more bids — and more aggressive bids — than ever before. Meanwhile, apartment rents in the East Bay are rebounding from the lows of the coronavirus pandemic as people begin to once again see the benefits of living closer to the office and begin returning to the city.
California has always had a need for more housing, and as the demand continues to surge, how will the white-hot East Bay area be able to keep up? Will there be enough market-rate apartments to go around? What about much-needed affordable housing?
Find out at Bisnow’s East Bay Multifamily Update Event on Aug. 19. Real estate CEOs, vice presidents, partners and even city council members will gather to discuss the future of housing in the East Bay and whether there will be enough to go around.
Register here to be a part of exciting discussions on:
- The current supply-and-demand ratio in the East Bay.
- Where affordable housing is being constructed and whether it is being spread sufficiently throughout the area.
- Which East Bay cities are primed for more multifamily development?
- How developers are working to ensure that as rents rise and new developments pop up across the area, current East Bay residents are able to stay in the city they love.
Scheduled speakers at the event include:
- Patrick Kennedy, owner, Panoramic Interests
- Carlyn Obringer, District 2 council member, city of Concord
- Alan Dones, CEO, Strategic Urban Development Alliance
- Keith Manson, senior vice president, CBRE
- And more!
Bisnow in-person events are back, and you won’t want to miss this important update on the future of housing in the East Bay. Register here to attend Bisnow’s East Bay Multifamily Update Event on Aug. 19.