Project Tours

Monday, October 14

Orange County

Orange County Tour
9:45 a.m.-4 p.m.

This comprehensive tour will provide you with a an overview of the Orange County market from the leaders in the region. Start with Great Park Irvine, an 1,300-acre entertainment district that housed the former Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, with plans for new recreation and competitive sports facilities, parkland and more. Then visit the FLIGHT at Tustin Legacy, Orange County’s first purpose-built creative office campus boasting groundbreaking and progressive architectural design features along with best-in-class amenities, including the Mess Hall Market and Assembly. Last, travel to the Boardwalk, an iconic office complex just minutes from Newport Beach, which incorporates sought-after amenities and a dedicated on-site concierge team for a hospitality-inspired experience.
Ticketed event; $75 USD / $98 CAD fee. Limited to 47 people.


Century City Tour

Century City Tour
12:45 - 4:30 p.m.

Over the past 50 years, Century City has transformed into a vibrant city with culture, shopping and industries that make it a Los Angeles destination. Famous films such as Die Hard and Planet of the Apes have used Century City as their backdrop, and with many production companies headquartered there, movies and television programs continue to be made in this dynamic community. Explore the area’s Westfield Shopping Mall, transformed following a $1 billion makeover. Major renovations include new “experiential” features, amenitized and LEED-certified office buildings, solar parking features, and sustainability initiatives including a water recovery project and more.
Ticketed event; $75 USD / $98 CAD fee. Limited to 47 people.


Culver City Tour

Culver City Tour
1 - 5 p.m.

Downtown Culver City is in the throes of a dramatic revitalization, with exciting new development projects including One Culver and Ivy Station bringing new energy and opportunities to the area. Tour One Culver, purchased by LBA Realty from Sony, which introduces a mixed-use office and retail environment with indoor/outdoor common areas and multiple amenities and green features. Then visit the site of Ivy Station, a $300 million transit-oriented development that will provide residential, office and retail space along with a restaurant and boutique hotel. A large center outdoor space will host community events, markets, performances and programming.
Ticketed event; $75 USD / $98 CAD fee. Limited to 47 people.                                        


LA Industrial Infill Tour

L.A. Industrial Infill Tour
1 - 4:30 p.m.

Industrial infill hasn’t slowed down in Los Angeles. Start by touring the Goodman Logistics Center – El Monte, a brand new 1.2 million square foot two-building best-in-class development built atop a former supermarket distribution center. The project perfectly exemplifies infill development: the razing of obsolete facilities to make way for the modern, state-of-the-art warehouses today’s occupiers demand. Next, visit CubeWork, a shared warehouse-plus-office-space provider that is redefining the workplace ecosystem. Then Arcadia Logistics Center, with 1.1 million square feet of industrial/warehouse supported by engineered fill up to 165 feet deep (the property was previously used as a sand and gravel quarry).
Ticketed event; $75 USD / $98 CAD fee. Limited to 25 people.


Virtual Reality Project Tour
2 - 3:30 p.m.

See some of CRE’s top properties without leaving the conference hotel. Use cutting-edge virtual reality (VR) technology from Studio 216 to virtually tour three properties: The One Hundred East Ocean Long Beach Hotel will be 31 stories and house 427 rooms when completed, with 360-degree views and the highest outdoor rooftop bar on the coast of Southern California; Columbia Center Tower is the tallest building in Seattle, with class-A office space and tenants including Microsoft; and Prologis’ Georgetown Crossroads is the first multistory industrial building in the U.S. Following the virtual tours, Studio 216 will explain the use cases for developers, owners and asset managers to utilize VR technology.
Ticketed event; $50 USD / $65 CAD fee. Limited to 40 people.



Already registered? Follow these steps to add a tour:

  1. Visit the My Event Registrations page.
  2. Follow the prompts to sign in to your NAIOP account if you haven't already signed in.
  3. Under "Registrations for Upcoming Events," find CRE.Converge 2019 and click "Edit."
  4. Select "EDIT SESSIONS." Scroll down to find the tours and/or workshops you'd like to register for and click the check box next to each. Once finished, select "REVIEW SESSION CHANGES" at the bottom of the screen.
  5. Follow the prompts to check out and complete payment.

 

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