Registration is now open.

What is “Treat Your Associates”?

Join us for this annual dinner meeting to be held at the Washington Athletic Club (parking in the WAC garage is FREE for our event!).  Discounted rates are available for Candidates for Designation and Practicing Affiliates.  A discounted rate is also available for “Sponsored Guests”.  If you are an Appraisal Institute member and have friends or colleagues interested in the profession or the Appraisal Institute, invite them to this great event and they can attend at the special rate – don’t miss this opportunity!

Enjoy a delicious dinner and spend time with fellow appraisers. ALL are invited to attend – you don’t have to be a Candidate!

Dinner Topic: Seattle’s Condo Comeback

A wave of new condominium construction is underway in the region, pivoting multifamily development away from rentals toward for-sale units. What does this shift mean for renters seeking home ownership at more affordable price levels? What impact will it have on apartment investments? What does it indicate about where we are in the market cycle? What are the risk factors and other considerations for developers in choosing between an apartment or a condo project?

Learn about design perspectives of apartments and condos, with discussion of current development activity and fundamentals driving new construction.


Founder and Principal,  Tiscareno Associates, Architects

Bob Tiscareno’s multi-family expertise, design vision for growing cities, and nearly 30 years’ experience working on urban projects have shaped communities throughout the greater Seattle area. In 2002 Bob started Tiscareno Associates and today it is a mid-size, full-service architecture and planning firm located in downtown Seattle, with a record of high-visibility projects that recently include The Danforth on First Hill, Ballard Modera, Infinity Shore Club Condos on Alki Beach, Metro 112 in Bellevue, and the Redmond Triangle. Recent transit-oriented developments include Kent Station, River Park in Redmond, and Redmond Square.

Bob’s work has been recognized with awards from organizations including NAIOP, American Institute of Architects, and Gold Nugget Awards. Most recently he won the Multifamily Executive Awards 2018 Grand Award in the category of Green Design for The Cove apartments, a project whose sustainable units have sold for the highest price/square feet in Seattle. His articles have appeared in national and local publications (including Puget Sound Business Journal, Daily Journal of Commerce).

Bob holds a Master of Architecture in Urban Design from Harvard University and a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Southern California. He is a member of the Urban Land Institute’s Northwest District Multifamily Council and a member of the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties (NAIOP).


Principal, Tiscareno Associates, Architects

Having served as Principal in multiple firms over 20-plus years in architecture and urban design, Scott Glazebrook brings seasoned leadership and diverse experience to Tiscareno Associates. He has worked on numerous project types including master planning, commercial, libraries, churches, schools, and medical facilities, but his deepest expertise lies in creating livable multifamily communities (condominiums, apartments, affordable housing), from concept through completion. Most recently Scott served as conceptual design lead and project manager for Modera Redmond, a multi-family project with a complex design review process; and Redmond Square, a 600-unit high-visibility mixed-use residential project whose large size required nimble problem-solving. These projects showcased Scott’s skill at both the aesthetics of design and the complexities of managing and reconciling multiple different voices to deliver on client goals.

Scott received his Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts and Sciences with emphases in Urban Geography, City Planning, and Environmental Design from San Diego State University, and his Master of Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin. He also spent several years as a Senior Planner for Downtown San Diego overseeing entitlement applications for a variety of project types, taught building environmental systems at Woodbury University for seven years, and has been a design critic at Woodbury University and New School of Architecture & Design. He has volunteered as a community representative on several planning committees and councils, and was appointed to serve on a committee of city-wide importance by the Mayor of San Diego. Scott is a member of the American Institute of Architects and Urban Land Institute, and is LEED AP..






5:30PM – 6:30PM  Registration and Social Hour

6:30PM – 8:30PM  Dinner Meeting (Crystal Room)


Washington Athletic Club
Crystal Room
1325 6th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Parking Information
Please note: parking is included with your dinner meeting attendance.

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Registration is now open

April Dinner Meeting Cost

$0.00 – 2019 Prepaid Members*
$45.00 – Candidates, Practicing Affiliates, Sponsored Guest**
$60.00 – Designated Members, Affiliates
$70.00 – Non-Members

* Prepaid Members MUST RSVP prior to the meeting to ensure accurate seating and catering arrangements. Simply e-mail, call (206) 622-8425, or submit the online form.

** Non-member guests sponsored by AI members can attend at special low rate. MUST list name of sponsoring member on registration form.


Beef, chicken, or chef’s choice vegetarian.  No host bar will be available.

If you have special dietary needs, please indicate on the online form or contact the chapter office at or (206) 622-8425.

Table Arrangements

Table reservations are available for groups (full table of 10, half table of 5) and can be indicated on your registration form. If you are registering yourself and need to be added to a group that has already reserved a table, there is a place to indicate that on the form as well.