On Tuesday, December 5th ULI Washington will host a panel of real estate and economic development professionals to discuss how landlords are landing tech tenants as the D.C. region transforms into a new tech capital.
The event will present three case studies of projects that are representative of the success in attracting tech tenants in the District, Maryland and Virginia. Panelists will share their insights on how they were able to attract and retain tech-oriented tenants.
WHO: ULI Washington, Terrell Place, 2U, North District
WHAT: From Amazon to Zillow- How Landlords are Landing Tech Tenants as the D.C. Region Transforms into a New Tech Capital
WHERE: ULI Headquarters: 2001 L Street NW, Second Floor, Washington, DC 20036
WHEN: Tuesday, December 5th, 2017; 7:30-9:30am
Washington D.C.’s economy has experienced a dramatic shift from a government town with industry that relied primarily on the public sector. A recent report from Cushman & Wakefield listed Washington, D.C. as the #3 “Tech City” in the nation (behind San Jose and San Francisco). With intensified capital investment, a highly educated workforce, and an emphasis on attracting and retaining talent through livability, the D.C. metro region has transformed into an economic powerhouse with an emphasis on technology. D.C. has been able to entice expansions and relocations from the country’s top firms, most recently with Nestle and Yelp, who now call the metro area home. In the hunt for Amazon’s HQ2, Washington, D.C. is considered a favored contender amongst a short-list of other top-tier cities.
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