ULI San Francisco: Bay Area Relocated - The New Regional Geography of Jobs and Housing

When

2021-04-15
2021-04-15T16:00:00 - 2021-04-15T17:00:00
America/Los_Angeles

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    Where

    Zoom

    Pricing

    Standard Pricing Until April 15 Members Non-Members
    Private $15.00 $20.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $10.00 $15.00
    Retired $10.00 N/A
    Student $10.00 $15.00
    Under Age 35 $10.00 $15.00
    ULI SF sponsors can receive complimentary registrations to this event. Please email adrian.garcia@uli.org for more details.
    Commercial real estate served the Bay Area’s economy, which was shaped in the business parks of Silicon Valley, the old urban core of San Francisco, the freeways, BART and the suburbs. Covid forced changes in behaviors that disrupted longstanding patterns - and locations - of work and living.
     
    A few corporate relocations out of California grab headlines. But the profound impact will be changes in the preferences and habits of the Bay Area labor force of 2.5 million, many with specialized skills and need for collaboration.
     
    What will be the new roles for the historic regional business centers? How will new transit ridership and auto commuting patterns affect the region’s housing sub-markets? How will these changes affect design, construction and valuations? Will there be new winners and losers amongst Bay Area cities? How do these changes play in the context of California’s long emergency of housing?
     
    Join us on April 15 at 4pm for expert analysis of the data on Bay Area migration patterns and a deeper understanding of the emerging trends in the deployment of the Bay Area’s workforce that will change housing and office outlooks.
     
    Speakers: 
    Lily Ciammaichella, Senior Project Manager, KTGY (Moderator)
    Kim-Mai Cutler, Partner, Initialized Capital
    Matt Regan, SVP Government Relations, Bay Area Council
    Chris Volney, Senior Director, Labor Analytics, CBRE Advisory and Transaction Services
     
    Schedule:
    4:00 - 4:05pm      Welcome & Introductions
    4:05 - 4:45pm      Panel Discussion
    4:45 - 5:00pm      Q&A
     
    *A big thank you to Nicolas Romano, Lily Ciammaichella, Steve Lawton, Bruce Jett, Jay Sholl, and Tillie Ross for putting this event together!*