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 ABOUT

Housing in California continues to be one of the state’s most pressing challenges, presenting an ever-growing threat to the state’s economic vitality. 

Drawing on its mission to advance housing industry knowledge and innovation, on September 6, 2018, the Center for California Real Estate presents its third Real Estate Summit. Featuring leaders from real estate, finance, academia, public policy, and government agencies, the Summit will serve as a catalyst for meaningful solutions to the housing affordability crisis and inform the policy agenda in the year ahead.

 
 

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AGENDA

8:00 a.m.- 9 a.m. CHECK - IN

9:00 a.m. - 9:45 a.m. OPENING SESSION (LIVESTREAM COMMENCES)

10 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. PANEL SESSIONS (PANELS HELD CONCURRENTLY)

DELIVERING SOLUTIONS FOR CALIFORNIA'S TOP HOUSING CHALLENGES

Moderator: Joel Singer, CEO, CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®

Panelists: 

  • Ben Metcalf, Director, California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD)

  • Dan Dunmoyer, President and CEO, California Building Industry Association 

  • Jennifer Hernandez, Partner, Holland & Knight 

  • Rob Lapsley, President, California Business Roundtable 

  • Peter Lynn, Executive Director, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)

  • Mary Leslie, President, Los Angeles Business Council 

  • Kevin Zwick, CEO, Housing Trust Silicon Valley 

  • Rose Olson, Senior Vice President, Development, Related California

  • Carolyn Coleman, Executive Director, League of California Cities

  • Assemblymember Brian Maienschein, 77th Assembly District

Setting the agenda for the industry and policy-makers, this panel will: 

  • Reframe challenges to California’s housing supply and provide solutions

  • Analyze the state’s current homelessness situation   

  • Review key ballot initiatives, such as Costa-Hawkins 

  • Determine the role of the private sector in solving the affordability crisis

FIXING HOUSING SUPPLY AT REGIONAL AND LOCAL LEVELS

Moderator: Carol Galante, I. Donald Terner Distinguished Professor in Affordable Housing and Urban Policy and Faculty Director of the Terner Center for Housing Innovation, UC Berkeley

Panelists: 

  • Vince Bertoni, Director of Planning, City of Los Angeles 

  • Deborah Ruane, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer, San Diego Housing Commission 

  • William Huang, Director of the Housing Department, City of Pasadena

  • Colin Parent, Executive Director and General Counsel, Circulate San Diego, and City Councilmember, City of La Mesa

  • Ted Egan, Chief Economist, City and County of San Francisco

  • Paavo Monkkonen, Associate Professor of Urban Planning, 
    UCLA Luskin School of Public Affair

  • Leslye Corsiglia, Executive Director, Silicon Valley at Home (SV@Home) 

 

Drawing upon the knowledge of seasoned land use and development experts, this panel will:   

  • Explore how policymakers can incentivize and finance housing construction to spur development

  • Promote transparency and accountability in the permitting process

  • Roadmap the policy changes required to ease the state’s housing construction backlog

MAPPING THE FUTURE OF CALIFORNIA: WHERE AND HOW WILL CALIFORNIANS LIVE?

Moderator: Brad Inman, Founder, Inman

Panelists: 

  • Dowell Myers, Professor of Policy, Planning, and Demography, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy 

  • Adhi Nagraj, San Francisco Director, San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association (SPUR) 

  • Pete Peterson, Dean of the School of Public Policy, Pepperdine University 

  • Joshua Schank, Chief Innovation Officer, Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro)

  • Sarah Hunter, Senior Behavioral and Social Scientist, RAND Corporation 

  • Jeff Wilson, Co-Founder, Kasita

  • Marty Borko, Executive Director, Urban Land Institute, Los Angeles 

 

Featuring a disparate array of thought leaders who will discuss livability trends and demographic patterns with an eye toward ascertaining how Californian’s will live and work in the future, this panel will:

  • Decode the demographic, technological and economic shifts destined to mold future California communities 

  • Analyze how the concept of place-making can help future communities

  • Address transportation and urban planning issues designed to make the state more livable

11:45 a.m. – 12:40 p.m. Break 

12:40 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Lunch speaker

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 SPEAKERS

 

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 REGISTER

Join us at the Summit on September 6 at the InterContinental Century City - including a lunch session with keynote speaker. We've exhausted our ticket allocation for this event, but you can still sign up to join our waitlist and be notified as soon as a space becomes available. 

Have questions about the Summit or how else you can be involved? Contact the Center today. 

 
 

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 VIDEOS

 Opening Session

 (Opening Sessions starts 0:32:00)

Delivering Solutions for California's Top Housing Challenges (Panel starts 2:00:00)

Fixing Housing Supply at Regional and Local Levels (Panel starts 2:25:00)

Mapping California's Housing Future: Where and How Will Californians Live? (Panel starts 1:09:00)

Lunch Keynote Speaker

 

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