In partnership with the USC Lusk Center, the USC Alumni Real Estate Network presents:
Development has become a hot topic in local politics; from San Francisco to Los Angeles, real estate and land use related initiatives have either been proposed or placed on the ballot for upcoming elections.
Join Trojan real estate professionals for an in depth discussion about how these initiatives came about, their potential economic impact, and the implications for real estate development going forward. Will they lead to more affordable housing and a streamlined process, or are they designed to advance the interests of a select group of stakeholders?
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
6:00 - 9:00pm
South Park Center, Penthouse
1150 South Olive St., LA 90015
Guest Speakers Include:
Richard K. Green – Director, USC Lusk Center for Real Estate
Raphael Bostic – Professor, Judith and John Bedrosian Chair in Governance and the Public Enterprise, USC Price School of Public Policy
Gail Goldberg – Executive Director, Urban Land Institute Los Angeles (ULI-LA)
Alan Greenlee – Executive Director, Southern California Association of Nonprofit Housing
Con Howe – Managing Director, CityView Los Angeles Fund
John Matsusaka – Professor of Finance and Business Economics, & Executive Director of Initiative and Referendum Institute, USC Marshall School of Business
To receive a $10 discount,
USC Alumni use code: ARENTROJANS
Pre-Sale Registration (ends October 31): $60
Onsite Registration: $70
For questions regarding this event, please contact Nicole Gordillo, USCAA Director of Alumni Affinity Programs, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (213) 740-6274.