TODAY: The Real Deal’s first ever DTLA Spotlight — get your tickets now!

SoCal players to do a gut check on downtown’s progress and L.A. County’s resi market

Los Angeles /
Jun.June 13, 2018 09:00 AM

It’s your last chance to get tickets now for The Real Deal’s DTLA Spotlight Showcase & Forum at One California Plaza on Wednesday, June 13 from 1:00 to 6:00 p.m.

LA real estate’s top players will take a deep dive into DTLA development across both the commercial and residential sectors in the first panel, and take a wider look at the housing market in L.A. County in the second.

Confirmed panelists to date include Claridge Properties’ Ricardo Pagan; Rodeo Realty’s Josh Flagg; Rising Realty’s Matthew Ahrens; Polaris Pacific’s Mike Akerly; The Agency’s James Harris; Pacific Union’s Nick Segal; Douglas Elliman’s Ernie Carswell; Coldwell Banker’s Beth Styne, Brookfield Properties’ Rachael Zanetos and The Agency’s Mike Leipart.

1 p.m. Registration/Networking/Showcase

2 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?

3 p.m. Networking/Showcase

3:45 p.m. Panel — What’s hot and what’s not: Mapping LA’s residential market, from submarkets and price points to micro units, amenities and more

4:45 p.m. Happy Hour

Please visit our website for the afternoon’s full agenda and to register for this can’t-miss event, including a showcase of real estate products and a networking happy hour.

Key sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please contact [email protected] or 310-694-5944.


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