SPUR Lunchtime Forum: The real estate outlook for San Francisco and beyond

From SPUR:

How long is the real estate downturn going to last? What types of industries and building types are best absorbing demand for new office space? And how long might it be before anyone breaks ground on new office buildings in San Francisco? Come hear an outlook on real estate in 2011. We’ll get an insight into the macroeconomic context of job recovery and capital markets as well as specific outlooks for sectors such as apartments, office and retail. We’ll also see how San Francisco’s and the Bay Area’s real estate stacks up relative to other places in the United States. Our speaker will be Alan Billingsley, Research Director for RREEF, the real estate division for Deutsche Bank.

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