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ULI Trends Day 2019
January 25 @ 7:00 am - 4:00 pm
Gammage & Burnham is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Urban Land Institute annual Trends Day event.
ULI Arizona Trends Day is a one-day deep dive bringing together 25+ top industry experts to discuss the most current state and national real estate trends, with a focus on what to expect in the future, where the best opportunities can be found, and how these components affect both public and private sector partners.
Check out the housing panel sponsored by Gammage & Burnham:
“The Future of Housing: Finding the Right Fit for Changing Demographics
Sponsored By: Gammage & Burnham
There appears to be a recent shift in what customers want when it comes to housing. Design and upgrades still matter, but the real focus is on housing that fits the needs of the customer’s life—instead of separating the customer’s life (where they work/play/mingle) from his or her house, the residence is no longer as much a “retreat” as it is a place to go to be part of one’s community and enhance a person’s lifestyle. Is this a trend or is it here to stay? How does this shift affect more traditional housing? Does this focus affect one generation more strongly than the other? How does cost and affordability play a part in development? This panel will be challenged to answer the question of who is the future housing customer and what are they looking for in the now and the near future, but to also look further down the road–What other changes are coming and how are we planning for them? Are we ready?
Heidi Kimball, Senior Vice President, Sunbelt Holdings – Moderator
Josh Hartmann, President and Chief Operating Officer, NexMetro Communities
Randy Levin, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director, University Realty
Patricia Watts, Senior Partner and Director of Planning, Deco Communities”
See more in the agenda: https://arizona.uli.org/trends-day-2019/
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