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Real Estate Trends Conference

The Trends Conference has been ULI Washington’s signature event for the past 15 years. This full-day conference features local and national speakers and provides a crash course on where the real estate industry is now and where it is headed.

Real Estate Trends Conference

ULI Washington 17th Annual
Washington Real Estate Trends Conference

Thursday, April 3, 2014
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20004

Click here for 2014 agenda.

The Real Estate Conference of the Year!

WHY YOU SHOULD ATTEND

  • The      Trends conference features 10 sessions with experts who will focus on the      theme of Lifestyle from every angle, and provide information that will      make you question many of the traditional design and building elements.
  • Take      advantage of the Atrium exhibit area for unparalleled networking      opportunities.
  • Experience      the “Developers Showcase” offering the chance to meet the      brightest minds behind the projects featured.

REGISTRATION

Register ONLINE here
or
Call 800-321-5011 (mention meeting code #8138-1406)
or
Download a faxable registration form here

EARLY-BIRD Registration
(until March 7,   2014)
STANDARD Pre-Registration
(until March 28,   2014)

After 3/28/14 an additional $25   will be added to
each category.
Member Non-Member Member Non-Member
Private Sector $325 $425 Private Sector $400 $535
Public Sector $150 $250 Public Sector $225 $325
Young Leader (<35) $150 $250 Young Leader (<35) $225 $325
Student $150 $250 Student $225 $325

 

2014 Corporate and Trends Sponsors:
Please forward information to washington@uli.org

*Approvals Pending: 6.5 CEU’s AICP   and AIA

CONFERENCE SPONSORSHIP and EXHIBITING OPPORTUNITIES
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For questions or more information contact Bernadine Dullahan bdullaghan@uli.org or 301-894-7310

 

Click the orange bars to the right to view  the 2012 Trends Conference draft agenda, plus the Trends Program books from the last three years (2009, 2010, and 2011).