Get your tickets now to The Real Deal’s Commercial Real Estate Showcase & Forum

Join top players Sept. 26 at the Ray Kurtzman Theater at CAA

Sep.September 05, 2018 11:00 AM

The Real Deal’s Commercial Real Estate Showcase & Forum is coming up fast — get your tickets now!

The event is Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ray Kurtzman Theater at CAA in Century City. Here’s the agenda:

8 a.m. Registration, showcase & breakfast

9 a.m. 21st Century CRE: How big data, consolidation and IPOs will shape the industry

10 a.m. Networking coffee break & showcase

10:45 a.m. Between the spreadsheets: From office subleasing to retail reinventions, a look at how major players are reacting to uncertainty in the market

11:45 a.m. Lunch & showcase

Our speaker line-up to date includes: Jay Luchs, NKF; Owen Fileti, LA Realty Partners; Bryan Witkow, The Tenant Group; Eric Kenas, Cushman & Wakefield; Jeff Rinkov, Lee & Associates; and Ralph McLaughlin, Veritas Urbis Economics (formerly chief economist at Trulia).

For tickets, more details and updates on panelists, visit

For sponsorship information, contact David Choukroun at [email protected].

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