ULI Nevada would like to invite you to its annual real estate trends and forecast meeting, featuring insights from leading local and national experts. You will learn how ULI Nevada and other key leaders in Southern Nevada are contributing to a new sense of Community, turning the economy around, putting people back to work and creating new opportunities for developers and development.
Part 1 will feature the ULI’s report of Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014 with keynote speaker Anita Kramer, Vice President of the ULI Center for Capital Markets. Ms Kramer writes the monthly U.S. Real Estate Business Barometer and directs both the annual China City Survey and the Emerging Trends Asia Pacific report. She is currently developing ULI’s quarterly Metro Area Real Estate Business Barometer, as well as a quarterly survey of leading real estate economists. She is the author of the “Retail Development Handbook.”
Your attendance will include a copy of the ULI publication “Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2014 ©’” just released November 7, 2013. Commercial real estate is reaching an inflection point where “valuations will no longer be driven by capital markets.” In 2014, Emerging Trends interviewees expect “space market fundamentals and property enhancements to emerge as the primary drivers of total returns,” reducing the reliance on falling capitalization rates and high amounts of leverage.
Part 2 will feature 2 panels on Placemaking in Southern Nevada
Panel 1 entitled “Stewarding Place” will be moderated by: Dr. Robert Fielden, NCARB, FAIA, Chair of ULI NV Smart Growth Committee & Strategic Planning Committee and will include: Craig Galati, LGA; Flinn Fagg, City of Las Vegas Planning and Community Development; David Swallow, Regional Transportation Commission; David Frommer, UNLV Planning & Construction
Panel 2 entitled “Making Place” will be moderated by Attorney Maren Parry, ULI NV Governance Chair and will include: Debra March, Southern Nevada Strong; Jonas Peterson, LV Global Economic Alliance; Tom Warden, The Shops at Summerlin; Zach Ware,The Downtown Project
The Urban Land Institute provides leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI is an independent global nonprofit supported by members representing the entire spectrum of real estate development and land use disciplines.