ULI BC: Cascadia Disrupted - Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2021


Monday, November 9th, 2020
to Friday, November 13th, 2020




Early Pricing Until October 26 Members Non-Members
Private CA$70.00 CA$95.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit CA$60.00 CA$80.00
Retired CA$60.00 N/A
Student CA$40.00 CA$55.00
Under Age 35 CA$50.00 CA$70.00
Please note: during the check out process, registrants will have the ability to select the sessions throughout the week that they wish to attend. Each session is included in the registration fee and there is a capacity limit. We ask that you please help us track attendance by marking each of your preferences during the registration process.
Early Bird Registration Extended to October 26th!
ULI BC and ULI Northwest are pleased to announce Emerging Trends 2021: Cascadia Disrupted, an international webinar conference coming to the Pacific Northwest November 9 through 13, 2020.
Cascadia Disrupted elevates ULI’s annual Emerging Trends in Real Estate event to a regional level. This week-long, virtual conference will feature thought leaders in the real estate and built environment industries from Seattle, Portland, and Vancouver, BC. As we near the end of a chaotic 2020, this event aims to move the region forward towards a revived, resilient, and equitable future.
The keynote address will feature a presentation of the Emerging Trends in Real Estate® Report, the most highly regarded and widely read forecast publication for the North American real estate market. The report, co-written by ULI and PricewaterhouseCoopers, provides an outlook on investment and development trends, real estate finance, capital markets, property sectors, shifting demographics, and other real estate and land use issues. ULI Northwest and ULI British Columbia have assembled a panel of esteemed real estate leaders to respond to the report and discuss the latest issues in real estate and land use across the Cascadia Region. Be sure to join us throughout the rest of the week as we explore topics ranging from the industry’s COVID response to diversity and equity issues, and from leadership in turbulent times and economic resilience, to innovations in transit-oriented development, retail and more!
Monday, November 9th
4:30pm - 5:30pm | Sponsor + VIP Reception
A special welcome to our Emerging Trends supports and top leadership. 
*by invitation only 
5:30pm - 7:00pm | Attendee Reception + Cascadia Networking
A social launch event for all registrants.
Tuesday, November 10th
Research on best TOD practices from transit agencies in the US & Canada. 
Panel on equity in transportation systems & how improving it can make cities more livable for all.
This best-selling author discusses opportunities & challenges for creative-class cities, post-pandemic. Presented by Unico.
A critical look at our divisive urban history & how we can transform, develop & design inclusive cities.
Portland / Broadway Corridor Showcase: inclusive and equitable development in downtown Portland.
With data off-the-charts, where does the economy & housing market stand? 
Thursday, November 12th
Where does the PNW & BC stand relative to the US/Canadian market in 2020 + what 2021 has in store.
Top local & national experts weigh in on the RE forecast for 2021 &  Cascadian impacts.
A connected future mega-region envisioned by transit authorities & Cascadia's Innovation Corridor.
Constructively looking at problems to reinvigorate our inner-cities again.
Tour & discussion. Balancing today's uncertainty with recovery & TOD growth strategies for tomorrow.
Disruptions have impacted work & life; mid-career leaders discuss paths to sanity & even success. 
Friday, November 13th
The good news: Alaskan Way to Pike Place is transforming rapidly & will positively impact downtown.
Our cultural & historic heart in crisis: moving beyond to times of recovery & reinvention.
Making it pencil: tech, housing, community & market leaders show the way.
Showcasing the new mid- to large-scale affordable housing projects & their design in Seattle.
Tour a mixed-use, affordable development bringing opportunity to under-served communities.