The Doppler Shift Toward Walkable Urban Development

Washington, DC
Hosted By:
Perkins Eastman

Throughout the country, the commercial real estate market is witnessing price premiums and market share shifts toward walkable urban development patterns with higher density. The Washington metropolitan area has been leading the way, but pent-up demand will require years, if not decades, to satisfy. In a conversation moderated by Perkins Eastman’s Matthew Bell, Professor Christopher Leinberger of George Washington University will share recent research about this structural shift in real estate. A question-and-answer session and networking reception will follow.