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The Economic and Real Estate Outlook: How Long will the Current Cycle Last?
The Economic and Real Estate Outlook:
How Long will the Current Cycle Last?
Cornell Real Estate Council, Bay Area, in collaboration with Cornell Silicon Valley, invites you to this special Bay Area kick-off event, presented by the newly-formed Bay Area chapter of the national Cornell Real Estate Council.
What’s in store for the U.S. economy? How much more room does the current real estate cycle have to run? Can the Bay Area continue to grow with housing costs at an all-time high? Ken Rosen, one of the world’s leading authorities on real estate economics, will address these and other questions as part of a wide-ranging discussion of economic, capital market and property market conditions.
Thursday, May 3, 2018
6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Presentation begins at 7:00 p.m.
Ken Rosen, Chairman at Rosen Consulting Group and Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics. Ken, a long-time real estate academic, is a popular and engaging speaker on a myriad of economic and real estate issues.
101 Spear Street
San Francisco, CA
Entrance is available via Spear Street and Steuart Street, mid-block between Mission Street and Howard Street
$20 General Admission
$15 Young Alumni (Classes of 2008 – 2017)
Parking is available at the One Market Street Garage (which can be accessed on Spear Street) or the 75 Howard Street Garage. Take BART or MUNI to downtown San Francisco and disembark at the Embarcadero Station. Cornell University does not validate parking.