Don’t miss The Real Deal’s Westside Spotlight and Forum on March 7!

Feb.February 15, 2018 05:00 PM

We are just under three weeks away from the first installment of our brand new quarterly event series! The Real Deal is kicking things off with an exclusive look at Westside development on March 7 at the Water Garden.

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Hear from industry experts including Culver City Mayor Jeffrey Cooper, Seritage’s Kacy Keys, Hackman Capital’s Ryan Smith, Lowe’s Tom Wulf, CBRE’s Pat McRoskey, Halton Pardee + Partners’ Tami Pardee and more. The event will also feature a showcase of L.A.’s top names in real estate and key networking opportunities at our Happy Hour.

Select sponsorship opportunities are still available. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 310-270-8124.

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