What is it to be a Commercial Real Estate Developer in 2019?

All-in Debate with Two of the Region's Heaviest Hitters

Kai Reynolds of JBG Smith and Austen Holderness of Carr Properties go head-to-head providing the audience with local insights and perspective on global topics. Presiding over the match is Martin Ditto of Ditto Residential. The event will open with a Market Update from Will Rich of Delta Associates.

The stage is set with Altus Group's 2018 Development Trends Report, How the Global Property Development Industry is Responding to Disruption and Rapidly-Changing Market Pressures, that discusses how major industry trends are impacting top CRE companies development pipelines. Some responses were expected, some surprising, and some downright confusing.

Through this lens, how are two of DC’s prominent real estate firms operating in the current market, preparing for the future, and taking advantage of or mitigating against the biggest trends in the industry?

 

AGENDA 8:00am-8:30am Breakfast  |  8:30am-10:00am Debate

NEW in 2019! We are excited to move our Annual Event to the District of Columbia

Presenting

Martin
Ditto

Moderator

 

Chief Executive Officer

Kai
Reynolds

Debater

 

Chief Development Officer

Austen Holderness

Debater

 

Chief Development Officer

Will
Rich

Market Update

 

President

 

Online registration will close at noon on Tuesday, January 15th.

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

After five successful years in Tysons we are excited to take our Real Estate Panel to DC!

Midtown Center - 5th Floor
1100 15th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

8:00 - 8:30 Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 Debate

 
 

Midtown Center

Midtown Center is one of the most anticipated development projects in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Designed by New York-based SHoP Architects, the 865,000 RSF office project features two full-height curtainwall office towers separated by an extraordinary public plaza, which offers clients and pedestrians the opportunity to interact with approximately 50,000 SF of retail at the city’s hottest new central destination. The building serves as Fannie Mae’s new DC headquarters, and boasts stunning suspending bridges connecting the East and West office towers

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