Asset & Property Management Symposium

Join us for the fourth annual IREM Asset & Property Management Symposium California on Thursday, October 26 in San Francisco. Although the success of major tech companies in California such as Facebook, Google and Airbnb has led to tremendous growth in the past decade, it also has presented challenges in the region including the lack of affordable housing and longer commute times. Join over 350 asset and property managers as they come to share and learn best practices to navigate these challenges.

We are excited to announce that Lisa Picard, the CEO & President of Equity Office will keynote this year's conference. In recent years, Equity Office has transitioned from developing and buying office buildings, to becoming the property management and operational arm of Blackstone’s US office portfolio. Lisa will share how Equity Office is embracing technology and sustainability as a way to enhance portfolio value.

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Lisa Picard

Lisa Picard
CEO & President
Equity Office

Deborah Boyer

Deborah Boyer
Executive Vice President
Director of Asset Management
The Swig Company

Sarah Irving

Sarah Irving
Harvest Properties

Albert Pura

Albert Pura
Senior Asset Manager &
Portfolio Manager
American Realty Advisors

George Denise

George Denise
Director of Facilities

Michael D’Onofrio

Michael D’Onofrio
Managing Director
Engineered Tax Services

Michael Mandel

Michael Mandel
Co-Founder & CEO

  • Smart Play: Working through Today’s Toughest Asset & Property Management Challenges
  • Morning Keynote: Lisa Picard, CEO & President, Equity Office
  • Tenant Power: Urbanism, Millennials & Catering to Lifestyle Living
  • Existing Buildings are the Future: Office & Workforce of the Future
  • New Trump Administration Updates: Federal, State and Local Energy & Specialty Tax Incentives
  • Setting the Bar: Lessons in Property Management from Tech Giants

Additional sessions to be announced.





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