Throughout 2014, FOCUS St. Louis and Urban Land Institute St. Louis partnered to present a four-part series centered around building a healthy community. This working partnership will culminate on December 11, at our final partner program, 2015 St. Louis Emerging Trends.
For more than 30 years, ULI has conducted a nationwide survey of industry professionals, uncovering trends likely to affect the real estate industry in the coming year. While this macro-level survey continues to provide excellent national data, we recognized an opportunity to build on these efforts by diving deeply into our local market. In response, a local survey was launched and interviews with industry leaders were conducted this fall, providing valuable insights into our market and trends on the horizon for our region.
2015 St. Louis Emerging Trends will look forward to the coming year and beyond, uncovering and discussing trends that may impact what we build, where and how we live, and how we can grow together as a region. A panel of local experts will discuss the survey results and speak to the trends in their areas of focus. And, in the spirit of emerging trends, the program will be hosted in the brand-new Bissinger’s headquarters at 1600 N. Broadway, a neighborhood on the rise in our city’s north riverfront.
Join us for insights into the trends, breakfast by Bissinger’s, and a look at this impressive new space. All guests will also receive a printed copy of the national 2015 Emerging Trends in Real Estate report.
December 11, 2014
7:30 – 8:00 am Breakfast Reception
8:00 – 9:30 am Program
The Caramel Room at Bissinger’s
1600 North Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63012
Complimentary parking is available in the lot adjacent to the east side of the building.
Pre-Registration is now closed.
On-site registration is available for $75/person.
Registration includes continental breakfast.
Each attendee will also receive a complimentary copy of Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2015.
A special thank you to Ameren, Underwriting Sponsor for 2015 St. Louis Emerging Trends.