The Land of “OZ”: What do Opportunity Zones Mean for Houston, Texas?


Please join us for a breakfast discussion to learn about Opportunity Zones and what it could mean for commercial real estate development and investment in Houston, Texas.  The second round of Opportunity Zone regulations is currently under review by the federal government’s Office of Management and Budget.  If updates are released in time, we will plan to discuss some of those changes during the April 30 breakfast.

Tuesday, April 30, 2019
7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.

The Junior League of Houston
1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX 77027

Moderator: Patrick Shields, SVP, Managing Director, South Central Region, First American Title NCS

Brandon Jones, Shareholder, Winstead PC
Chris Compton, Of Counsel, Winstead PC 
Amanda Kay Edwards, Houston City Council Member
Chris Rector, Director, Hines



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