Urban Inland Empire: California's Next Metropolis?

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Name: Urban Inland Empire: California's Next Metropolis?
Date: October 25, 2017
Time: 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM PDT
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Hemet / San Jacinto

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The Inland Empire is different from similarly sized markets like Atlanta and Houston in a critical way: It has no central downtown or 'urban core' where jobs are densely located.

 

>> What does this dynamic mean for business creation and economic development in the region?

>> Is the creation of an urban core the way to develop and grow the local economy?

>> Would an urban core appeal more to new businesses and do more to expand current ones?

 

Join some of the state's leading experts for a new economic forecast and a data-driven discussion about the region's urban future.

Anthony Rendon

Speaker of the California Assembly

Sixty-Third Assembly District

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Christopher Thornberg

Director, Center for Economic

Forecasting & Development

U.S. & CALIFORNIA ECONOMIC FORECAST

Robert Kleinhenz

Executive Director of Research,
Center for Economic Forecasting & Development

INLAND EMPIRE ECONOMIC FORECAST

Michael Manville

Assistant Professor of Urban Planning,

UCLA

URBAN INLAND EMPIRE

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