Join us for our DTLA Spotlight on June 13

TRD will evaluate downtown's progress, and take a look at the resi market countywide

Los Angeles /
May.May 17, 2018 11:00 AM

Be sure to register for The Real Deal’s DTLA Spotlight Showcase and Forum to be held at One Cal on Wednesday, June 13 from 1:30 to 6 p.m.

We’ll take a critical dive into DTLA development across both commercial and residential in the first panel, and take a wider look at the residential market in L.A. County in the second. In addition to these two thought-provoking panel discussions, the afternoon will feature networking opportunities with some of the industry’s top players and a happy hour featuring breathtaking views of the DTLA skyline.

1:30 p.m. Doors & Tours

2:30 p.m. panel | DTLA Uprising: Will downtown’s transformation, from mini-city projects like Metropolis to the rise of the Arts District, live up to the hype?

4 p.m. panel | What’s hot and what’s not: Mapping LA’s residential scene, from submarkets to price points, amenities and more.

5 p.m. Happy hour

Stay tuned for more information on our roster of panelists.

For sponsorship inquiries, please contact [email protected] or 310-694-5944.


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