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October 18 at 3:30 pm PDT / 6:30 pm EDT

Many predicted that real estate would be hit hardest by the pandemic, but matters turned out differently. Although de-urbanization caused some major cities to devalue in the short term, most of the housing market across the US turned hot. Perhaps the fear of institutional investor involvement was overplayed? This panel will explore what the trend of a more mobile and dispersed workforce may mean for commercial real estate. And how will a push toward greater climate sustainability play into construction and development?

Moderator

Diana Olick
Real Estate Correspondent, CNBC

Speakers

Ellen Brunsberg
Chief Investment Officer, Cain International

Dana Hamilton
Head of Real Estate and Senior Managing Director, Pretium

John Murray
Portfolio Manager, Global Head of Private Commercial Real Estate, PIMCO

Robin Potts
Co-Head of Real Estate Investments and Director of Acquisitions, Canyon Partners Real Estate

David Warren
CEO, Chief Investment Officer and Founding Partner, DW Partners