San Diego County’s premier apartment conference, The San Diego County Apartment Perspective will be held on Thursday morning, October 10th at Mission Valley’s DoubleTree Hotel. The event has been held annually since 1990, jointly produced by the Southern California Rental Housing Association and the San Diego CCIM Chapter.
Moderator Robert Vallera, Partner at Voit Real Estate Services will open the meeting by providing context for San Diego’s current housing shortage. Vallera will review the origins of the over-supply of rental housing that existed in San Diego County during the first half of the 1990’s.
Ken Perlman, a Principal at John Burns Real Estate Consulting will provide the audience with a general overview of economic and demographic factors that affect the apartment market. He’ll then delve into the state of the apartment market on a national level, comparing and contrasting these observations with current market conditions in San Diego County.
Maya Rosas, Director of Policy for Circulate San Diego will bring the audience up-to-date with efforts to create a symbiosis between land-use and transportation policies designed to accommodate sustainable growth in San Diego County. Maya will also discuss the efforts of two additional organizations that support the development of additional rental housing locally, Rise Uptown and San Diego YIMBY Democrats.
Rob Morgan, Principal with Trestle Build will draw upon his development experience with Trestle, JPI and ConAm as he shares his perspective about a new generation of urban-infill, multi-family developments. Trestles recent projects have included Nook, a 91 micro-unit development in San Diego’s East Village.
The event will close with an opportunity for attendees to pose questions to the full speaker panel.
You can join us at The Apartment Perspective by registering at www.CCIMSanDiego.com.