Goulston & Storrs, Gross Kleinhendler and Eastdil Secured to Host 7th Annual US Real Estate Outlook in Tel Aviv
Real Estate Executives Present Perspectives on Urban Land Institute’s Emerging Trends 2016; Real Estate Capital Markets Trends in the US; Development and Financing and Related Legal Structures
Who: Lawrence Sternthal, Partner, GKH (host); Zev Gewurz, Director, Goulston & Storrs (host); Andrew Warren, Director, PwC (presenter of Emerging Trends 2016 report). Panelists: Lawrence Sternthal (moderator), Zev Gewurz, Andrew Warren, Adam Doneger, Director, and Adam Spies, Director, Eastdil Secured, New York City
What: The 7th Annual Real Estate Outlook Conference, presented by representatives from leading professional services firms serving the real estate industry, highlights emerging trends in real estate development, investment and financing. ULI’s Emerging Trends 2016 report forms the basis of the conference and follow-on presentations. This year the group will present an in-depth look at recent development deals , preferred equity and mezzanine financing, and the legal structures and pitfalls investors should consider within the current economic climate. Following the panels, there will be time available for audience Q&A. Attendees will learn what areas of US real estate present the most active opportunity for investors, in addition to the basics of what Israeli real estate executives should know about doing business in the US.
When: Wednesday, 6 January 2016. Registration will commence at 08:30 and the program will run from 09:15 until 12:00.
Where: Dan Tel Aviv Hotel, 99 HaYarkon Street, Tel Aviv Israel
Why: Israeli investors have been looking to the US real estate markets over the last several years for investment opportunities, particularly New York and the West Coast. This program held in Israel is important for international investors currently looking to expand into the US. The insight of the ULI report and emerging trends in development and financing also present critical information that Israeli real estate professionals already operating in the US need to know.