Los Angeles — As the leading regional seniors housing conference on the West coast, InterFace Seniors Housing West 2019 will pull together the top seniors housing owners, operators, investors, developers and capital providers for a full day of high level information sessions and networking. The event will feature eight panel sessions, a keynote address, five-plus hours of networking and insights from 40-plus top seniors housing executives who are speaking at the event.
Moreno Valley, California — Covering industrial, retail and multifamily, THE Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference will bring together the industry leaders who are buying, selling, developing, leasing or financing in the Inland Empire for educational panels and networking opportunities. The event is hosted by Western Real Estate Business, Shopping Center Business and California Centers magazines.
Salt Lake City — Join us Nov. 29, 2018, to learn from and network with those who are buying, selling, developing, redeveloping, or financing apartment properties in Utah. The conference will explore trends in leasing, management and operations, as well as economic and demographic trends that impact the multifamily market in Salt Lake City.
Atlanta — The 9th annual InterFace Multifamily Southeast conference will focus on buying, building, operating and financing apartment properties in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee, and the Carolinas. Panel sessions will cover investment, development, capital markets, and trends in leasing, management and operations. The event will also look at macro economic and demographic trends influencing and impacting the apartment markets in the Southeast.
The 7th annual InterFace Multifamily Texas conference will focus on the supply/demand balance as well as on who is buying, building and financing apartment properties in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. Panelists will also discuss trends in leasing, management and operations and look at macro-economic and demographic trends influencing and impacting the apartment markets in Texas.