Speakers & Agenda:
The Marcus & Millichap / IPA West and Central Florida Multifamily Forum hosts between 300 and 450 of West and Central Florida’s most prominent developers, investors, owners and operators. This event offers the opportunity to find solutions for the most pressing challenges in the Tampa and Orlando multifamily industry, to network with the highest-level industry leaders, and to learn the latest business strategies.
The Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forums across the U.S. bring together over 6,000 multifamily owners, investors, managers and developers annually to create an in-person marketplace for learning, discovery, networking and deal-making. The sessions address the major issues affecting the apartment and condo markets today, and the networking allows multi-housing principals to meet, talk and source deals and investment capital.
This year’s conference featured keynote speakers Steve Patterson, President and CEO of Related Development and Brian Auld, President of the Tampa Bay Rays. They discussed where the Tampa and Orlando markets are now, where they are headed and how demographics are dictating their decisions across the development process.
Check out the recap from the event and see more pictures here.
Speakers at the Marcus & Millichap / IPA West and Central Florida Multifamily Forum are typically senior executives and company leaders who own, invest and/or develop multifamily properties in the greater region, as well as a curated selection of industry leaders from organizations that impact the industry.
SVP & National Director
Tampa Bay Business Journal
Chief Executive Officer
The Radco Companies
Chief Operating Officer
Sponsors of the Marcus & Millichap / IPA Multifamily Forum: West and Central Florida are typically industry vendors, professionals and service providers looking to secure new business from multifamily owners, investors and developers.
“Great energy and presentation, and all the content was incredibly relevant to my business. The speakers were very engaging and informative.”
“The speakers were all competent and comfortable communicating key information. These events can be pretty superficial; this was much more than that.”
“This event had a lot more networking time, which was very useful for gaining new contacts to help me grow my business.”