An exclusive coliving forum comes to Los Angeles
Following the sold-out success of the inaugural Coliving Summit in New York City, Common is bringing the Coliving Capital Markets Summit to the West Coast. In June, Common hosted over 300+ attendees as well as notable speakers like Rob Speyer, Susan Tjarksen, and David Martin. The newest invite-only event will once again bring together leaders in real estate, investment, lending, and design for a day of practitioner-led discussions, networking, and deal-making, this time in LA County. The Summit will take place in Downtown Los Angeles on Monday, October 21, 2019.
Common’s Coliving Capital Markets Summit brings together professionals from all verticals of real estate, including companies in the investment, development, design, and financing space.
THE NEW ASSET CLASS
Convenient, affordable, shared housing produces win-win outcomes for both renters and developers. Experts predict that as an increasing number of young, middle-class Americans seek relief from rent-burdenship, non-traditional rental options, such as coliving, will thrive.
The Coliving Capital Market Summit provides insights into the evolving multi-family real estate landscape. By attending, you will hear from and network with industry leaders already involved in the coliving space.
333 S. Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA
Conveniently located near the Civic Center/Grand Park Metro stop
Previous panels include
The panel will discuss the intersection of coliving and affordable housing. Many U.S. cities are grappling with a lack of affordable housing and are increasingly exploring the coliving typology as a way to deliver more affordable units.
Financing + Investing in Coliving
We will discuss why notable lenders have invested over $500 million in coliving projects. Our panelists will also provide insight into how to attract the capital necessary to finance successful coliving ventures. Finally, experts will share their thoughts on the future of coliving.
Panelists will investigate how coliving can deliver positive outcomes for both developers and renters through density-driven design and community-centric buildings. The panel will also explore strategies to unlock higher rent premiums with the coliving model.