Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva, Konstitucijos ave. 20, Vilnius

Date: May 16 – 17

Main topics:

  • What challenges will macroeconomic trends bring to the RE market?
  • How to create a RE product for future customers?
  • Financing of RE: the limit is reached or are there new opportunities?
  • What lessons have we learned from last crisis and how is the market preparing for a possible economic slowdown?
  • Investment outlook: what can we expect?

Development trends of RE sectors:

  • How sustainable is the office market development?
  • What are the potential alternative niches in the Baltics?
  • Why do investors in the industrial real estate opt for the Baltic region?
  • Hotel market in the Baltics: can we satisfy continuous growth?
  • What factors determine changes in the housing market and development trends?
  • How is the shopping centre market developing in the Baltics: is transformation inevitable?


Participation fee Price is valid until April 12th: 501.50 EUR + VAT

Participation fee for registering 5 or more participants Price is valid until April 12th: 472.00 EUR + VAT


Special offer for accomodation at the event venue: HERE




Baltic Real Estate Awards 2019 are for Baltic region real estate projects, or phases of large projects completed for occupancy during the year 2018. They include awards for the most value producing buildings of the year in the areas of office, hotel and residential development as the special prize.



Best office & business development
This category rewards newly constructed office buildings and business parks that offer owners and users increased worker satisfaction and productivity, improved health, greater flexibility and enhanced energy and environmental performance of the workplace. Through an integrated design, the focus must be on the ability to accommodate the specific space and equipments needs of the tenant.

Best residential development
This category celebrates new developments that provide the best housing opportunities, while adopting originality and aesthetics. An integrated urban design, as well as a smart-site planning, is important for the residential project to merge well with the wider community and surrounding neighbourhood.

Best hotel & tourism resort
This award honours the most innovative newly-constructed hotel in terms of architecture and  interior design, while also considering client well-being, services provided to guests, leisure and recreational facilities and environmental aspects.
The awards are judged according to the following key criteria:

  • Innovation & Design showing new ideas, approaches or execution models that enhance the project’s tenant appeal, efficiency and value in relation to its environment, public and media recognition, sustainability;
  • Location & accessibility effective site selection credentials, catchment capacity, transport access, etc.;
  • Quality & punctuality of construction process.

More information: HERE