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Please join us for an evening of networking and stimulating discussion among established real estate investment experts in Los Angeles on Tuesday, April 21, 2015. The 9th Annual Real Estate Investment Roundtable Discussion "Thirst for Yield" will be held at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. SPIRE members receive a 20% discount! Use code SPIRE at check out.
Join us at 6 PM on Wednesday, April 29th as we tour the new Marriott Marquis Convention Center hotel in Washington DC. The 1,175 room hotel is Washington DC’s largest hotel with over 105,000 square feet of meeting space, including the city’s largest freestanding ballroom at 31,000 square feet. The height of the 15-story building was limited due to height restrictions, so the developer dug four-stories below ground to gain additional square footage, including a connection tunnel to the Walter E.
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On Monday, May 11th Stanford and Cal will once again compete for the coveted Golden Shovel at the 26th Annual Real Estate Challenge. Come join SPIRE members as we root for Stanford's third consecutive win! Registration will open on NAIOP's website in mid-March. Check back then for more details!
The Southern California SPIRE event of the year! The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame Induction Banquet will be held Wednesday, October 21st, at The California Club in Los Angeles, CA. This event is not to be missed as it will provide an evening of unmatched networking and connection with Stanford alumni and executives from the real estate industry.
Save the date for the Northern California SPIRE event of the year! The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame Banquet will be held Thursday, November 12th, 2015 at McCaw Hall in the Arrillaga Alumni Center at Stanford University. The Stanford Real Estate Hall of Fame honors the legacy of Stanford University and its alumni as well as faculty and student achievements in the broadly defined fields of real estate. More details to follow.