THE Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference 2022

THE Inland Empire Commercial Real Estate Conference will bring together the commercial real estate community across the Inland Empire and Southern California on January 20, 2022 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Moreno Valley City Conference Center.

The in-person event is hosted by Western Real Estate, Business mall, Californian centers, and Multi-family and affordable housing company in the West magazines, as well as the InterFace Conference Group.

Covering the the retail, industrial and multi-family sectors, this event brings together industry players who buy, sell, develop, redevelop, lease or finance properties in the interior empire.

The Inland Empire is one of the most active markets in the country. Growing e-commerce businesses are occupying more and more industrial space, retail developers are reinventing their centers, and demographic trends indicate that multi-family demand will continue to grow.

The conference will draw attendees from across Southern California and surrounding areas, including homeowners, developers, property managers, business development officials, buyers and lenders active in the retail, industry and collective housing. Join us to learn and network with industry leaders.

Topics to be discussed:

  • What are the economic prospects in the Inner Empire?
  • How has the demand for industrial properties increased and what are the prospects for new developments?
  • What is the availability of industrial land? How do land prices affect future development?
  • Who develops and who buys industrial properties in the Inland Empire?
  • How have changes in electronic commerce and advances in logistics affected industrial development and design?
  • How did the retail industry weather the pandemic? Where are the strengths and weaknesses in 2022?
  • Which retailers are opening and closing in the market?
  • What kind of debt and equity environment should we expect over the coming year?
  • What is the market seeing in terms of experiential retail, pop-ups, and non-traditional tenants?
  • What does the market see in terms of multi-family acquisitions and new developments?
  • What has been the impact of the pandemic on the multi-family sector of the Inland Empire? Which submarkets have gained an advantage and which have lost the advantage as multi-family tenant preferences have changed over the past two years?
  • How are rental rates changing? What is the impact of the development of new apartments on rental rates and the investment market?
  • What is the pipeline for future multi-family development and what impact will this have on the market?
  • What was the impact of low interest rates on commercial real estate in the Inland Empire?



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