November 6, 2014
(59th Street/ Park Avenue)
6:00pm - 7:00pm (cocktail reception)
7:00pm - 8:30pm panel discussion/ Q&A
As we prepare for a radical transformation of the New York City skyline with the addition of Freedom Tower and ever-expanding Hudson Yards, the New York real estate market seems poised on the verge of a boom. But how long will this boom last? What are the forces driving this market? Why are luxury brands like Saks Fifth Avenue abandoning their iconic Madison and Fifth Avenue locations for Wall Street? Where are the next big real estate investment opportunities? These are just a few of the burning questions that will be addressed at this real estate roundtable.
Please join the Brown Club in New York for a roundtable discussion with leading industry experts who will discuss the current state of the New York real estate market, industry trends, the impact of the changing political climate, how to identify the next big investment opportunities, and more. The focus of the event is real estate development, both commercial and residential, as a driving force behind the New York economy.
Doug Harmon '84, Senior Managing Director, Eastdil Secured
Kent Swig '83, Chairman, Terra Holdings (Brown Harris Stevens, Halstead, and The Vanderbilt Companies)
David Helpern '59, Founder, Helpern Architects
Josef Mittlemann '72, President Empire Realty Group, Former COO Silverstein Properties, Adjunct Lecturer Brown University
Suzanne Sunshine '85, President, S. Sunshine & Associates, LLC
Michelle Flagg '11, Acquisitions and Development, Chelsea Hotels
Moderated by Brian Klebash, Founder & Founder, CapRate Events
$55 (members)/ $60 (non-members)
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Special thank you to Bilal Khan '00, President, HL Residential.