Retail & Apartments
New Apartment Construction & Development Seminar For Retail
Today, developing new rental apartments in lively neighbourhoods where residents live a short walk from shops, restaurants, and other services, is most developer’s dream scenario.
In urban and semi-urban locations, all municipalities want developers to create retail on the street front. Local zoning officials — who often decide whether or not apartment developers can move ahead with their projects — encourage or mandate developers to include retail space in their new buildings.
Apartment renters have a proven desire to live in bustling neighbourhoods, near amenities like restaurants, bars, shops, and grocery stores. What’s more, renters gladly pay higher rents to live within a block or two of a grocery store, for example.
When a mixed-use project is done properly, people want to live and work there because of the community amenities, particularly retail and food and beverage. But it works both ways: when you add the residential component, the retail performs better than average. The components combine, so when a mixed-use project goes to market, investors think about strong multifamily, office, and retail cap rates. But, the real value is that you are applying strong cap rates against better cash flows.
Hosted by SVN Rock Advisors, this seminar will provide a strong focus on how you can benefit from the current rush to build multifamily apartments. We offer a variety of seminars throughout the year, with a focus on the local market and/or the other asset classes developers are already experienced in.
This seminar is part of our larger seminar series, along with our free webinar series, and our in-depth symposium, to give developers as much information as possible to help guide them regardless of their prior experience or knowledge of purpose-built rental apartment development.
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