Is Northeast D.C. The Next Investment Hot Spot? Find Out At Bisnow’s Oct. 27 Event
One of the many reasons why people want to call Washington, D.C., home is to gain access to its incredible entertainment options. Northeast D.C., in particular, is known as a great place for exploring a variety of food, drink, art, live music and pop-ups, making it a major draw for commercial real estate professionals looking for investment opportunities.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, this area of D.C. is showing no signs of slowing down, with new restaurants, breweries and distilleries popping up every day. All this action has investors wondering: What lies ahead for the NE D.C. market? How are nearby markets working to stay competitive? How can office and retail owners accommodate an influx of new, young residents? Will there be enough affordable housing to go around?
At Bisnow’s virtual event Northeast DC Update: Opportunities In Established and Emerging Markets on Oct. 27, attendees will gain insights into these questions and more from some of the area’s top commercial real estate professionals including Brigg Bunker, managing partner of Foulger-Pratt, and Matt Robinson, principal of MRP Realty.
Click here to register for this event.
Other speakers and panelists include:
- Jesse Rauch, Partner, metrobar
- Sarah Mosbacher, co-founder, Republic Restoratives
- Mari Rodela, chief community and culture officer, DC Brau Brewing Co.
- James Warner, CEO, City-State Brewing Co.
- Maura Brophy, president and CEO, NoMA Business Improvement District
- Kenyan McDuffie, council member, Ward 5, District of Columbia
Register here for the opportunity to network virtually with developers, investors, owners and other commercial real estate professionals and discover the potential for Northeast D.C. to attract residents and provide promising real estate investment opportunities.