Real Estate Experts to Speak at Alumni Event at Gap
February 12, 2010
Three real estate experts will talk about housing demand in a panel discussion March 16 at the annual alumni event at Gap headquarters in San Francisco.
The title of this year's event is "Real Estate Futures: Housing Demand for Gen Y and Aging Boomers.” Haas School Dean Rich Lyons will moderate a panel consisting of Connie Moore, MBA 80, CEO of BRE Properties, a large San Francisco-based real estate investment trust; Larry Rosenthal, executive director of the Berkeley Housing and Public Policy Program; and Haas School Professor Nancy Wallace, co-chair of the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics.
Attendees also will be able to enjoy the renowned art collection of Gap founders Don and Doris Fisher during a networking reception before the panel discussion.
The event is open to alumni, faculty, students, and guests. To register, visit haas.berkeley.edu/alumni/gap.