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The District World Summit, Barcelona, Spain /// Sep 25-27, 2024

The District, the leading international real estate event for professionals, will be held September 25-27, 2024, at Fira Barcelona Gran Via.

The District World Summit is the largest European congress where the real estate sector promotes neighborhoods of the future, sometimes residential neighborhoods, sometimes office buildings, hotel projects, data centers, service buildings, shopping centers, logistics centers, hospitals, research centers, or all at once. With the highest technological component offered by the Proptech industry to reach new competitiveness goals.

The event is focused on investing in different assets and business models, where attendees explore traditional and emerging opportunities and challenges driven by innovation, technology, and the development of ESG criteria.

For 3 days more than 8,000 professionals come together to discover the real estate projects in which to invest or disinvest from.

This year, The District World Summit brings together more than 380 international experts and leaders in 5 auditoriums to reveal megatrends in Real Estate with specific forums on Proptech, ESG, Innovative Districts and for each asset: residential, hotels, offices, retail, industry & logistics, and alternatives, such as data centers, coliving, senior living, etc.

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Three years after the coronavirus pandemic, people are traveling again. City trips are particularly popular. This trend is also boosting retail at tourist locations. If tourism and hospitality are to play an important role in the future of retail (and they must), then the presence and location of hotels is crucial. The combination of hotel and retail sectors offers many opportunities. Nevertheless, the two asset classes have hardly been connected to date.

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