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Challenges and Opportunities Affecting the Future of Cities

October 4 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Moss Adams CPE Webinars

Participants of the free live webinar will be eligible for 1 CPE credit.


The future of cities is uncertain as remote work, rising rent, office vacancies, and tax windfalls are having a large impact on migration trends and overall viability. Big-city office buildings will have to adapt to withstand the sustained shift to hybrid and remote work to survive. While the loss of commercial revenue stands to put a hole in city budgets, it could lead to a transformation that will ultimately improve city dwellers’ quality of life.

Join us for our webcast, Challenges and Opportunities Affecting the Future of Cities. Urbanist and author Richard Florida will discuss how living and working in and around cities will impact how we view the urban experience in the years to come. Session topics include:

  • Opportunities and differences between large, mid-sized, and small cities
  • Rethinking commercial real estate
  • Migration trends and the impacts of remote work
  • Economic considerations

Don’t forget to check out the other webcasts in our virtual 2023 Building Opportunity Conference.

CPE Information

CREDITS: Specialized Knowledge and Application: 1

After completing this training, participants will be able to describe trends impacting the future of cities; identify challenges and opportunities different cities are facing around the nation; and define the importance of location and how site selection should drive an organization’s strategy.


For more information about administrative policies regarding CPE, refunds or complaints, please contact Carly Miller at (949) 517-9434 or send them an email.

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