Global Mandates, Global Partners, Global View
A global theme for a global city that boasts the second largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. and ranks second in international residents with college degrees.
In Miami we begin with Geoff Dohrmann, founder and head of Institutional Real Estate Inc. (IREI), leading an exploration of the global real estate investment landscape. The journey continues with an update on NCREIF's joint initiatives with our global allies INREV and ANREV. We will also be joined by Jacques Gordon, Global Head of Research and Strategy for LaSalle, walking us through their well-known and highly regarding Global Transparency Index.
Join us as we explore the global investment context and the relative value of US real estate.
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Fontainebleau Miami Beach
4441 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33140
NCREIF Guest Room Rate: $259
Group Rate Cutoff Date: Monday, October 28
Please note! The room block is nearly full, please email Stacy Gaskins (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you cannot book a room to be added to our waitlist.
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NCREIF conferences are closed to non-members. Only registered members or those with prior approval are permitted to attend any meetings or events.
Yes, spouses are welcome to attend the social events at no additional fee. There is an area on the registration form to add their information for a name badge. Their badge will be provided to you upon check-in at the NCREIF registration desk.
Yes, meals are included in the registration fees. Please notify NCREIF of any dietary requirements.
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