Significant issues facing the residential real estate industry in the coming year will be the topic of discussion on Wednesday, November 30 at the Urban Land Institute Southeast Florida & Caribbean’s annual Miami Condo & Community Development Symposium.
Real Estate developers and investors from across the U.S. and Florida will be on hand to network, share best practices, discuss innovative ways of advancing the industry and discover how global influencers and local trailblazers are shaping our communities.
The high-profile line up of speakers includes Eliot Spitzer of Spitzer Enterprises; Jorge Perez, founder, chairman and CEO of Related Group; and Moishe Mana, president of The Mana Group. The event will take place from 8 a.m. – noon at EAST Miami (788 Brickell Plaza).
Bilzin Sumberg is proud to be a presenting sponsor of the symposium. The Firm’s Real Estate Practice Group Leader, Suzanne Amaducci-Adams, will moderate a panel featuring Reid Boren, Managing Partner at Two Roads Development; Ugo Colombo, Founder, CMC Group; Sylvia Coltrane, CEO, Transacta Developers LLC ; Neil Fairman, President & Founder, The Plaza Group; and Michael Stern, CEO, JDS Development Group.
The topics the business and industry influencers will discuss during the symposium include:
• What’s ahead for the residential real estate market
• Access to global capital
• The rise of Russian and Chinese buyers and investors
• How real estate taxes will be impacted by the new U.S. president
• How communities are integrating workforce and luxury housing inventory to build more sustainable communities
Established in 1936, the Urban Land Institute is a nonprofit education and research institute with almost 40,000 members across the globe – 875 in the Southeast Florida/Caribbean area. Their mission is to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide. ULI Southeast Florida & Caribbean carries forth that mission by serving the Southeast Florida’s and Caribbean’s public and private sectors with pragmatic land use expertise and education.
To learn more details about the event and register, please visit Seflorida.uli.org.