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2023 Real Estate Trends | Pre-Supplement

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THE ECONOMIC CLIMATE IS FORCING COMPANIES TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE WAY THEY DO BUSINESS AND HOW THEY APPROACH THEIR REAL ESTATE NEEDS.

Join the Los Angeles Business Journal for an in-person
Real Estate Trends event with mid-year panel discussions:
The Office Conundrum | The Industrial Complex
To Build or Not to Build | Location, Location, Location

You won’t want to miss hearing from some of the region’s most-respected real estate experts – tenant and landlord reps, developers, architects, real estate attorneys, and accounting experts – as they share their outlook and real estate guidance for businesses.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30
The Biltmore Los Angeles | 506 S. Grand Ave. | 3:00PM – 6:00PM PST


PANELISTS & TOPICS


THE OFFICE CONUNDRUM

Jim Kruse
President of Brokerage, Greater LA
Kidder Mathews

Carl Muhlstein
Executive Managing Director,
Los Angeles Region
JLL

Bobby Peddicord
Executive Managing Director,
South Bay Operations
CBRE

Laura Stumm
Vice Chairman
Newmark


THE INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX

Ian Britton
Senior Managing Director, Leader for CBRE’s
industrial and logistics practice for
Southern California
CBRE

Kenneth S. Fields
Partner, Real Estate
Greenberg Glusker LLP

Alon Kraft
COO
Dedeaux Properties

Luke Staubitz, SIOR
Executive Vice President
Kidder Mathews


TO BUILD OR NOT TO BUILD?

David Damus
Chief Executive Officer
System Property Development
Company, Inc.

Bradford G. Hughes
Member
Clark Hill PLC

Sarah Jacobson, AIA, LEED AP
President
Lamar Johnson Collaborative


LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

Peter Pallesen
Economic Development Coordinator
City of Ontario

Holly Schroeder
President & CEO
Santa Clarita Valley
Economic Development Corporation

Anita Sokolsky
Senior Manager, Infrastructure Advisory
CBIZ & MHM

Qiuana Williams
Economic Development Manager
City of Inglewood


Inside the Supplement

SoCal’s Industrial Real Estate: Will Cooling Activity Levels Affect the Outlook for the Future?
Southern California has been one of the hottest industrial markets in the nation, and the past few years have been no exception….Read More

The Santa Clarita Valley: A Business Oasis in Southern California
Nestled in the heart of Southern California, the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV) presents an enticing destination for businesses seeking
a thriving, dynamic environment to call home…Read More

Ontario: One of Southern California’s Brightest Lights
Ontario is the heartbeat of one of Southern California’s most exciting and fast-growing metropolitan areas… Read More

A Temperature Check on the State of Commercial Real Estate
Commercial real estate in Los Angeles faces uncertain economic conditions, uneven recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and structural shifts in demand…Read More

Why Commercial Real Estate is Vital to the Economy
The impact of new commercial real estate development in the US continues to grow, according to the annual Economic Impacts of Commercial Real Estate research study conducted by the NAIOP Research Foundation… Read More

Office Absorption will Turn Positive in 2024
The latest NAIOP Office Space Demand Forecast predicts that net absorption of office space – the amount that is leased or occupied less the amount that is vacated– will remain negative through 2023, but will turn positive in 2024….Read More

Central Business Districts are Ripe for Reinvention
Cities globally are at an inflection point, navigating structural changes to how people live and work due to the pandemic…. Read More

The Evolving and Critical Role of Data in Commercial Real Estate Development
Industries are rapidly evolving as business processes grow more interconnected and automated…..Read More

ESG Goals Increasingly Drive Brownfield Redevelopment
“Brownfield” is the technical name for an underused or abandoned industrial or commercial property. Brownfields can range from old factories to vacant warehouses; from defunct gas stations to former dry cleaning establishments…Read More

Elevated Interest Rates and Limited Listings Suppress California Home Sales
Elevated interest rates and a shortage of homes for sale continued to dictate the market in June, as California home sales remained below the 300,000 annualized pace for the ninth consecutive month, according to a recent report from the California Association of Realtors (C.A.R.)…. Read More

Employee Wellness Among Hottest Trends in Industrial Real Estate
Wellness elements that contribute to improved occupant health and well-being became a key part of the design of office buildings several years ago, and the trend accelerated during the pandemic…. Read More


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