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Bay Area Real Estate: Hot Now, But Can It Last?

With speakers Tim Tosta '71 and Chris Foley

Speakers Tim Tosta '71 and Chris Foley explore the past, present, and future of the Bay Area's real estate market. See below for bios.

Wednesday, April 27

DLA Piper
555 Mission St.
24th Floor, Reception Area/Main Conference Room
San Francisco, CA 94105

Light refreshments will be served. 

Free for PCNC Members
$10 for Non-Members

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TIM TOSTA '71, Partner, Arent Fox LLP

Timothy Tosta procures land use entitlements for some of the State’s most complex and controversial development proposals. According to Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers in Business, Tim is "praised for his understanding of the political landscape throughout California and is also singled out for his creativity and strategic approach to matters." Legal 500 names him as an “expert in California land use.”

From major tech company headquarters like the Facebook Project to residential, hotel, resort, retail, mixed use, and office projects, Tim’s work has reshaped San Francisco’s skyline and enhanced communities from Napa to Santa Barbara to Lake Tahoe. Tim earned his Princeton AB at the Woodrow Wilson School and his JD from UC Berkeley, School of Law.


Chris Foley specializes in entitlement, financial analysis and land acquisition.  Chris works with some of the largest clients in Northern and Southern California including Tishman Speyer, Lennar Urban, TMG Partners, Morgan Stanley, The Pauls Corporation, CIM Group, Trumark Urban and others. Over the past decade, Chris has brokered and consulted on land transactions involving over ten thousand condominium residences and apartments. Since 2012, Chris has brokered over $400 million for Polaris Pacific clients in the San Francisco area.  Chris spends his time and expertise helping non-profit organizations such as the Homeless Prenatal Program, Sword to Plowshares, Family House and United Playez; he is also a board member at the Chinese American International School in San Francisco.

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