More than 75 real estate leaders will examine the trends shaping the real estate industry at a daylong conference June 7 at the Regal Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.
The "Trends 2000 Conference," presented by the Urban Land Institute Los Angeles District Council and the USC Lusk Center for Real Estate and sponsored by The Times, will feature six interactive discussions in large forums and 12 smaller concurrent sessions.
Topics will include changes in technology, demographics, the real estate market, capital markets, "dot-com" tenants, and trends in entertainment and retail.
General session speakers will include Anthony Downs, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and the Urban Land Institute; Kevin Starr, an author and state librarian of California; and Sherry J. Bower, managing director of CB Richard Ellis.
Cost is $245 for members of the ULI and the Lusk Center, $295 for others. Information and registration are available at (800) 321-5011.