Real Estate Trends Conference
On April 3, 2014, nearly 600 real estate and planning officials gathered at the Ronald Reagan Building to attend the 2014 ULI Washington Real Estate Trends Conference. Attendees came to learn about national and global trends that will affect development in the coming decades. From the opening presentation by demographer James Chung to the closing Generations panel, the day was full of thought-provoking information and opportunities to discuss ideas with industry peers. The conference theme acknowledged that we are in the midst of an exciting and unsettling transformation in our daily lives like nothing we’ve seen before. Home, work and play are merging into a continuous, commingled lifestyle, provoked by shifting demographics and changing cultural values, and fueled by innovative technology.
Feedback from the conference was that, overall, panelists were credible, knowledgeable people who shared interesting new ideas and showed a lot of passion. The networking opportunities were rated as excellent by over 95 percent of attendees based on the amount of time available and the caliber of the professionals in the room.
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Click here for 2014 agenda.