1. What makes Koreatown an attractive area for millennial renters?
2. How will the multifamily construction boom in Koreatown impact market fundamentals?
3. How are stakeholders taking advantage of LA's new transit-oriented communities law to seek density bonuses?
4. Are tech and media tenants targetting Miracle Mile for office space?
5. What will future developments along the Wilshire corridor look like in the next 5 years?
|7:30 AM - 9:00 AM||
Breakfast & Networking
|9:00 AM - 9:45 AM||
Future of Miracle Mile & Mid-Wilshire
|9:45 AM - 10:30 AM||
Future of Koreatown
|10:30 AM - 11:00 AM||
Venue to be announced by June 24
The transformation of Miracle Mile and Mid-Wilshire is underway. With major industry leaders planting their premier business addresses in these submarkets, to JH Snyder's proposal for a residential tower & NMS Properties' 112-unit multifamily complex, the future of these neighborhoods has never looked brighter. Further east down the Wilshire Corridor, developers, investors, and stakeholders are racing to get in on the K-town boom. The founder of Koreatown, Gene Kim, regards that the area was once considered a slum nearly 50 years ago. Fast forward to today, and Koreatown is an area millennials love. It has an urban lifestyle, and, according to Jamison Realty CEO Jaime Lee, "it's the epitome of transit-oriented." It's no doubt that Koreatown is a flush hotspot for development. Come hear from the players working behind the scenes to reshape the landscape of LA's hottest new areas. And, as always, come early and stay late for plenty of breakfast and networking!