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Events

State of Downtown Raleigh 2017

PAST DATES AND TIMES

  • Tuesday, April 25, 2017 8 am - 10 am

LOCATION: Raleigh Convention Center - 500 S Salisbury St





STATE OF DOWNTOWN REPORT:

Discover market trends impacting the economy of downtown, including demographics, data, and future projections. View or download the newly released 2017 State of Downtown report here.

EVENT DESCRIPTION:

Each year, the Downtown Raleigh Alliance (DRA) hosts the State of Downtown Raleigh to provide a comprehensive market analysis of Raleigh's Central Business District (CBD) with the intention of informing and exploring new partnerships with the investor and real estate community. This is the premier event for developers, brokers, realtors, urban planners, and economic developers whose clients would benefit from learning more about Raleigh's CBD.

The event will feature an awards ceremony recognizing new construction and rehabilitation projects completed in 2016 that significantly contributed to the identity of downtown Raleigh.  Following the awards ceremony, Bill King, DRA Senior Director of Economic Development and Planning, will unveil the findings from the 2017 State of Downtown Raleigh report. The event will conclude with a panel of experts and thought leaders in downtown from various asset classes discussing the economy and dynamics of downtown Raleigh's rapid growth.

Members of our distinguished panel include:

Moderated by:  Trish Healy - Hyde Street Holdings

Van Nolintha - Founder of Bida Manda/Brewery Bhavana

Roberta Fox - Assistant Director, Design + Planning, City of Raleigh

John Kane - CEO, Kane Realty

Michael Cunningham - Executive Vice President and General Counsel, Red Hat

Steve Young - Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer , Duke Energy

 

The Imprint Awards:

Click here for a video highlighting our Imprint Award winners.

The Edison Lofts, developed by Gregg Sandreuter

Elan City Center, developed by Greystar Real Estate Partners

Link Apartments, developed by Grubb Properties

227 Fayetteville, developed by LRC Properties

Blount Street Commons, developed by Stanley Martin Homes

The Gramercy, developed by Blue Ridge Realty of Raleigh in partnership with Lowe Enterprise Investors

Dr. Pepper Warehouse, developed by Empire Properties

Christ Church Addition, self-financed 

N. West Street Development, developed by Lundy Group and August Construction Solutions

 

 

Thank you to our sponsors:

Imprint Awards  Sponsor:

 

Platinum Sponsors:

 

Gold Sponsors:

 

 

State of Downtown Report Sponsor:


Media Sponsor:

 

Student Sponsor:

 

Silver Sponsors:

AT&T North Carolina

Avison Young

CBRE | Raleigh

Clark Nexsen

Colliers International

Greene Resources

Kimley-Horn

LS3P

NAI Carolantic Realty, Inc.

North State Bank

Raleigh Marriott City Center

TradeMark Properties

York Properties

 

Thank you to our event partners: