The Yale Alumni Real Estate Association Conference, which has convened annually at Yale since 2008, provides alumni, students, and faculty a chance to engage with leading thinkers in real estate—and with one another. The purpose of the conference is broader than simply “an industry gathering.” Instead, it is a venue to focus on new ideas and trends shaping a field that has a potential impact on the fabric of our communities.
- Hotel Marcel (Welcome Reception location)
Room Block Booking Link - Room rate:$199
- Hotel Cambria
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Thursday, September 22, 2022
Location: Hotel Marcel
(500 Sargent Dr, New Haven, CT 06511)
Welcome Reception and Tours of Hotel Marcel
Friday, September 23, 2022
Location: Evans Hall, Yale School of Management
(165 Whitney Ave, New Haven, CT 06511)
|Time||Session (All sessions will take place in Zhang Auditorium)|
|8:00am–9:00am||Continental Breakfast & Registration
Welcome and Acknowledgements
Panel: Life Sciences Real Estate Development: 101 College Street, New Haven
A case study on the development of 101 College Street, a new life sciences building in New Haven, developed by Winstanley Enterprises with their equity partner Harrison Street, and anchored by Yale University. 101 College is part of the city’s efforts to continue to grow as a life sciences hub, and reflective of increased life sciences real estate development nationally.
Midterm Elections and Impact on the Economy
Former Treasury Official and Head of Policy at Renaissance Macro will discuss the upcoming 2022 congressional midterms and their impact on the and the 2024 presidential race.
Fireside Chat: Institutional Investors’ Outlook on Real Estate, Post-COVID and Pre-Midterm Elections
A fireside chat about the post-pandemic world of Institutional RE Investments. A discussion with the leader of one of the U.S.’s pre-eminent RE investment platforms about issues PGIM is experiencing in their global operations, post-COVID and post-George Floyd. What are the newest subsectors that their institutional clients are investing in? What opportunities and challenges does PGIM face along with their peers given the current uncertain interest rate and growth environment? And how has technology sculpted this environment?
Evans Hall Courtyard
Panel: Real Estate Startups: Where to begin?
Innovation and new business formation is not common or easy in our tradition-bound industry. Our five panelists--all Yale graduates--have created new companies from very diverse, creative ideas. They will share with us their start-up experiences, from initial concept to realization, their motivations and mission, and the continuing challenges and rewards of a start-up.
Keynote Address: Global Perspective on Real Estate, Present and Future
|3:00pm–3:30pm||Networking Coffee Break
Panel: Beyond Opportunity Zones
Please note that as per Yale University policy:
- Masks will be required in the auditorium.
- All visitors must be up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- All visitors must carry vaccination and booster documentation and be prepared to provide it if asked.
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