March 02-04, 2009 | Hyatt Regency San Francisco | San Francisco, CA

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German American Chamber of Commerce
RICS
USGBC Northern California

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BEPN
Climate Change Business Journal
Energy Biz
Energy Central
Green Real Estate News
National Real Estate Investor
SNL Energy
SparkSpread

Join Leading Investors and Practitioners at our Third Forum to Get the Inside Track on Green Real Estate Capital

    

Don’t Miss the Pre-Forum Workshops

Designing, Developing and Financing “Bright Green” Communities
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Financing Efficiency Retrofits

Hear From Leading Investors, Including Pension Funds and Green Funds

AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust
Avant Housing LLC
Bay Area Family of Funds
Class Green Capital Partners, LLC
Jonathan Rose Companies
J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc.
Kennedy Associates Real Estate Counsel, LP
Pacific Coast Capital Partners, LLC
Strategic Development Solutions
The Schuster Group, Inc.
TIAA-CREF
Unico
U.S. General Services Administration (GSA)

Get the Inside Track From Sources of Debt and Equity Capital and Other Key Players in the Green Building Market

Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.
Amalgamated Bank
ARUP
BuildingWise LLC
CB Richard Ellis
Charles Pankow Builders Ltd.
Climate Change Capital
Conestoga-Rovers & Associates (CRA)
Cushman Wakefield Inc.
Equilibrium Capital Group, LLC
Galley Eco Capital LLC
Gerding Edlen Development
Hannon Armstrong
Hanson Bridgett LLP
Hoge, Fenton, Jones & Appel, Inc.
Honeywell Building Solutions
LEEDing Edge Consulting Services, LLC
Malachite LLC
McGuireWoods LLP
McNaul Ebel Nawrot & Helgren PLLC
Miller Canfield
Mithun
Navigant Consulting
Northstreet Partners
Sustainable Real Estate Solutions (SRS)
Swinerton Management and Consulting
Wendel, Rosen Black & Dean LLP

About the Forum

On the heels of two previous sold-out events, Infocast’s Green Building Finance & Investment Forum again convenes the most proactive investors and practitioners--those who have been anticipating the forces of change in the real estate market, designing cohesive strategies, and leveraging those forces for proven profit.

The real estate market faces a transformational juncture where “crisis equals opportunity.” The credit debacle, technology changes, spiraling energy costs, and a tidal wave of “green” laws and policy trends may throw the unprepared off-balance, but lift the well-prepared to new heights. Case in point: The US Green Building Council is clocking new requests for LEED certification at $464 million dollars in total project value, every single business day. In this time of change, what once seemed fringe is now front and center. Investors, developers, portfolio and building owners and managers can no longer afford to sit on the sidelines. Tomorrow’s profits will be in the green building sector.

Returning to San Francisco, the third Forum provides attendees an opportunity to be in the front seat as new tools and strategies in lending, valuation and risk assessment are invented and deployed. Topics include:

  • Is green real estate holding value against the decline/slowdown in “brown” real estate?
  • How are green and Triple Bottom Line investing addressing the opportunities and hazards in Obama’s policy agenda?
  • How to think about a coming era of “systemic risk” from climate change and energy price volatility
  • Exploring the links between the subprime crisis, sprawl, building design and real estate valuations and lending practices
  • Building “smart growth” and reducing eco-footprints into profits via new lending, investment and valuation tools

In addition, two Pre-Forum Workshops will cover the latest trends in Designing, Developing and Financing “Bright Green” Communities and Financing Efficiency Retrofits. Join the leaders, movers and shakers in San Francisco to understand where commercial real estate development is heading and how it will impact your bottom line.