Spring Industrial Breakfast: Strategic Infill Development - Land Use for the Last Mile
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Strategic Infill Development – Land Use for the Last Mile
As the new industrial revolution for e-commerce continues to take shape, developers and occupiers alike are faced with challenges like never before to penetrate the last mile efficiently. Cities and Counties are doing everything possible to be forward thinking in their land use restrictions and future planning for high functioning urban environments. With stressed infrastructures, highly trafficked roads, bridges and freeways, truck and auto traffic have reached unprecedented high’s trying to get packages to your doorstep and people to their places of work. Skilled jobs for advanced manufacturing are in high demand throughout the entire bay area and housing prices are pushing workers further away from the cities they work in to affordable living. Cities work with developers and investors to plan for less truck traffic, higher and better paying jobs that can bring back the work force to live and work in their communities. Industrial real estate demand and pricing reaching all-time highs and occupiers thinking about how to invest for the future of their supply chains and last mile strategies now have to find ways to partner with the cities they plan to grow their industries in and face challenges in the bay area unlike any throughout the US.
Come join us for our NAIOP panel discussion with thought leaders who are at the cutting edge of urban planning and development from the City of Fremont, Scannell, Prologis, and Paceline Investors with Jason Ovadia moderating the discussion.
Christina Briggs - City of Fremont
Mark English - Paceline Investors
Todd Berryhill - Scannell Properties
Mark Hansen - Prologis
Jason Ovadia - JLL
$95 -- NAIOP SFBA Chapter Members
$125 -- Non-Members
$875 -- NAIOP SFBA Member Table of 8
$1,100 -- Non-Member Table of 8
Cal Memorial Stadium
2227 Piedmont Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94720
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