CRE.Converge 2019 Archived Conference Recordings
California’s Split Roll Tax Initiative (CRE.Converge2019)
California residents will vote on a ballot initiative to increase the property tax burden on commercial real estate by lifting the protections of Proposition 13. If the initiative is adopted in November 2020, commercial real estate in California would pay an estimated $11 billion in additional property taxes.
Case Study: Westside Pavilion Mall Redevelopment (CRE.Converge 2019)
This session will focus on the mall to creative office conversion of Los Angeles’ Westside Pavilion mall, which will be fully leased by Google.
Clearing the Air: The Cannabis Industry’s Impact on CRE (CRE.Converge 2019)
Learn about the current state of the federal/state legal and regulatory climate; leasing, title and finance issues to consider in any transaction; accounting and banking challenges that must be met; opportunities/challenges for investment funds, including public and private REITs; and whether the excitement is limited to the industrial market or extends to the retail market.
Competitive Advantages to Creating a More Inclusive Workforce (CRE.Converge 2019)
Our panel will address strategies for recruiting and engaging a workforce that’s more diverse in all ways (gender, racial/ethnic, age and LGBTQ) and in all roles (developers, architects, brokers and more).
CRE and the Shifting Landscape in Goods Movement (CRE.Converge 2019)
Learn more about the impact of the changing global supply chain on commercial real estate in this informative session.
Designing Office Space for Intergenerational Collaboration (CRE.Converge 2019)
Everybody talks about open office and designing workplaces for millennials. Hear from workplace design experts and others on what owners need to consider now.
Economics of Owning Smaller Buildings (CRE.Converge 2019)
Calculate the financial side of owning smaller buildings with the aim of better understanding the lender’s perspective on smaller deals.
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