ULI Northwest | 2024 Cascadia Regional Conference


2024-07-18 - 2024-07-20

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    Rotating between Vancouver BC, Seattle, and Portland each year, the Cascadia Regional Conference convenes real estate and built environment professionals from across the Pacific Northwest around the most important topics in the industry. Featuring keynote speakers, engaging panel discussions, project tours, and networking opportunities, CRC is one of the best real estate events of the summer.


    Early Pricing Until June 5 Members Non-Members
    Private $245.00 $330.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $190.00 $260.00
    Retired $200.00 N/A
    Student $140.00 $190.00
    Under Age 35 $190.00 $260.00
    Standard Pricing Until July 3
    Private $300.00 $400.00
    Public/Academic/Nonprofit $245.00 $330.00
    Retired $250.00 N/A
    Student $175.00 $235.00
    Under Age 35 $245.00 $330.00

    Transformative changes are unfolding in Oregon's Wine Country as surging tourism spurs regional growth. Consequently, demand for workforce housing has skyrocketed prompting innovative solutions to ensure that the Willamette Valley's residents can thrive in a burgeoning hospitality industry. Competition breeds innovation in place-based design creating unique development opportunities and challenges.


    Adjacently, Portland, Washington County, and SW Washington are also seeing increasing investment in hospitality, experiential dining, tasting rooms and bottle shops driving service-based growth.


    Join us in Oregon’s wine country in July 2024 for the Oregon edition of the Cascadia Regional Conference for an exploration of the Willamette Valley as it propels toward a future characterized by sustainable growth, economic vitality, and a deep appreciation for its natural and cultural heritage.

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    Join us in downtown Portland for our annual Summer Social; kick-off the conference with exhilarating networking and scenic rooftop views.


    Arrive in town early if you feel like exploring the city; visit the waterfront, Japanese Garden, OMSI or the many museums and art galleries, or plan a self guided walking tour using the WoodWorks Innovation Network’s map of Mass Timber projects.



    Get ready for a day of compelling conversation and innovative ideas as we journey to the heart of wine country. Listen to stories and case studies from local developers and businesses and see how governments and organizations are managing regional growth. The experience first hand what makes Oregon’s wine country famous on tours of local vineyards.



    We will end the day traveling back to Portland for a casual evening in the city’s famous Pearl District.

    End the conference with us on the Vancouver Waterfront as we explore how urban redevelopment and public-private partnerships can revitalize our city centers. Cap your trip off with good food and a toast until next year’s event in Seattle, WA.

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    Detailed agenda coming soon! 

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    Hotel Recommendations

    Portland Marriott Downtown Waterfront

    1401 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland, OR 97201

    Marriott Website

    Kimpton Riverplace Hotel

    1510 S Harbor Way, Portland, OR 97201

    Riverplace Website

    Hyatt House

    2080 SW River Drive, Portland, OR, 97201

    Hyatt Website

    The Porter

    1355 SW 2nd Ave., Portland, OR, 97201

    Porter Website

    The Hotel Zags

    515 Southwest Clay St, Portland, OR, 97201

    Zags Website

    Hotel Rose

    50 SW Morrison Street, Portland, OR

    Hotel Rose Website

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