Now at its 15th edition, global law firm DLA Piper’s real estate forum once again gathered some of the industry’s most important voices and companies. On Sept. 24, 2019, top executives and industry veterans from Blackstone, Brookfield, USAA Real Estate, Allianz, Ventas, The Cohen Group, Alphabet Inc.’s Sidewalk Labs, PwC, Hines, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and many others met in Chicago for a series of panels tackling everything from interest rates and policy to proptech and tomorrow’s disruptors.
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DLA Piper’s chair of the U.S. real estate practice & co-chair of the global real estate practice ties together some of the key points from the firm’s Chicago event.
From health-promoting buildings to the long-awaited driverless car—and a bunch of flying ones. Check out the industry’s next disruptors discussed at this year’s DLA Piper Global Summit.
Finding opportunities is getting more challenging as the cycle advances, but how to navigate this is up for debate. A panel of experts from AEW Capital Management, Green Courte Partners, Harrison Street, Hodes Weill & Associates and Pearlmark Real Estate weigh the options.
Where is lending headed and what deals are best avoided? These were among the weighty questions tackled by executives from Citigroup, TPG, Goldman Sachs and Blackstone at the summit’s second of two sessions on CRE’s financial side.
At the summit’s plenary session, industry veterans from Allianz Real Estate, Blackstone, USAA, Brookfield and Ventas reflected on the relationship between shrinking interest rates and the trainloads of capital looking for suitable opportunities.
The latest in a long series of one-day conferences sped off to a quick start with an in-depth look at some of the technological and demographic trends that are shaking up CRE.
Executives canvassed by the global law firm are keen on Opportunity Zones, along with logistics and other industrial space.