With a wave of notable projects underway or in planning, the uptick in opportunity zone investment and development has only just begun in Southern California. This panel gathers tax and policy experts, opportunity zone investors and fund managers to discuss the future of the economic development tool, prognosticating what needs to happen on the regulatory front to continue driving investment momentum and kick the program into high gear, statewide and throughout the U.S. Dive into the data to gain a clearer view of where demand is growing and the risks that lie ahead.
- As administrations change, how might this impact the capital treatment of QOZ investments?
- What might happen when opportunity funds become more difficult to certify? How could increasing oversight impact how you approach these investments?
- How has the latest IRS guidance impacted your opportunity zone investment strategy?
- What is the most current data indicating about the growth trajectory for opportunity zones in and around Los Angeles? With L.A. hosting the 2028 Olympics, what could this mean for a development and construction boom within the area’s qualified opportunity zones?
- With economic growth lagging, what risks are fund managers and investors monitoring? In which submarkets, property types and asset classes do you expect to see the strongest growth?
- Which new players are likely to enter the opportunity zone investment market in the coming year?
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- Alan Lincoln, Real Estate Analyst (Mick Law P.C. LLO)
- Jolly Singh, Managing Director (CIM)
- Brad A. Molotsky, Partner (Duane Morris LLP)
- Rodney Emrani, President, Principal (Emrani & Associates)