(Contact Scott to get involved: firstname.lastname@example.org)
VIP Reception & South Street Seaport Tour:
Held at the newly redeveloped South Street Seaport, this exclusive reception brings together the who’s who of New York commercial real estate for a unique experience to connect with peers and see some of the latest real estate to come online. Attendance is restricted and by invite only. Contact us to learn more.
Main Day - April 24 (GENERAL ADMISSION)
Trendlines not Headlines: Data & Analysis on Key CRE Indicators
Arrive early to take a deep dive into the key trend lines that are showing the direction the New York and national CRE markets are headed in the foreseeable future.
Keynote – The Art of Reinvention: How I Did It, with Howard Hughes CEO David Weinreb
Hear from David Weinreb, CEO of Howard Hughes Corporation, in a special keynote to discuss key topics on leadership, placemaking and challenges in today’s real estate market. Themes and issues to be addressed include how to identify unique opportunities, ideas and solutions in space activation and retail, as well as benefits and costs of running a public company, and personal lessons in leadership.
Chief Executive Officer
The Howard Hughes Corporation
CRE Investment Landscape: Multi-Product Multi-Geography Investors Perspectives
There’s no question that today’s commercial real estate market is undergoing a change from a frothy upward trending market to one where risks are higher and good deals harder to come by. With asset prices at all-time highs and rents moving sideways or down, locally and nationally, where to invest and what to do next are difficult questions to answer. Hear from top investors who put money to work locally and nationally across all property types as they discuss where they see opportunity today.
Rethinking Retail: Falling Knife vs. Golden Opportunity
Retail is in a state of upheaval nationally, and New York City retail is not immune to the forces that are disrupting consumer behavior and causing an evolution in the winners and losers of street retail today and in the future. How do retailers big and small view NYC’s attractiveness, and what are the key factors that would cause them to expand further or possible reduce the number of stores? Which submarkets are they looking at? And how are retailers and retail space operators innovating to stay relevant today?
Battlefield Work: The Future of Office, and the Office of the Future
Recently, the NYC office market saw its first dip since the Great Recession, sparking fears that the tide that has lifted all boats may begin to ebb. How are demand and supply for office space affecting investment and development opportunities in office? In what ways are flexible office arrangements propping up or undermining the office leasing market? If a recession hits the economy, will highly amenitized office space still be a major selling point to attract and retain talent? Who wins and who loses, if the office leasing market softens significantly?
We’ve listened, and we’ve heard you. You’re tired of self-serving panels and unstructured networking where you *might* meet the right people. We have curated a handful of exclusive closed-door round tables and lunches strictly limited in size, comprised of a vetted group of qualified investors, owners, developers, government officials and corporate/retail tenants.
These sessions are not open to just anyone. There are no pitches and no presentations. Instead, the sessions are designed for peer-to-peer idea sharing and collective problem solving around key challenges. Each session is limited to a maximum of 30 participants. Contact Scott Milliken if you’d like get involved: email@example.com.
Match Game: Foreign Capital Sources & Local Deal Sponsors Round Table
This closed-door breakfast session brings foreign capital sources (and their local representatives) together with local deal sponsors actively seeking capital.
What Tenants Want: Office Property Round Table
This session includes real estate principals and corporate occupiers active in the office leasing market.
The Rise of E-Commerce: Industrial Property Round Table
This session includes real estate principals and end users active in industrial, warehouse and distribution real estate.
Concepts that Work: Retail Property Round Table
This session includes real estate principals and retailers active in retail leasing market.
Lender Round Table: Overcoming Obstacles in Today’s Deal Challenged Market
This session includes real estate principals active in hotels and lodging.
Private Lunch 1: Corporate Real Estate Tenants Only
Private Lunch 2: Retail Real Estate Tenants Only