The Real Deal New York

TRD’s coverage of NYC real estate expo

November 05, 2010 05:45PM

Andrew Gerringer from the Marketing Directors said he thinks the Trump Soho condo-hotel “will end up going fully hotel at some point.” He spoke as part of a panel today on the changing state of new development at the New York City Real Estate Expo. The break-out panel was sponsored byThe Real Deal and was moderated by Managing Editor Jill Gardiner and Deputy Managing Editor Matthew Strozier. Wendy Maitland, senior vice president at Brown Harris Stevens, said that in today’s market, “if it’s a good deal, it has significant hair on it.” On a panel about the future of real estate investment, Richard Mack, North America CEO at Area Property Partners, said “we are not out of the woods in New York City yet.” At another panel discussion on investment sales, Adelaide Polsinelli, a senior vice president at Marcus & Millichap, said the goverment has made this a “landlord un-friendly environment.” To see what the panelists said in real time, go to The Real Deal’s Twitter page and search for the #expo hashtag. TRD

From left: Deanna Kory, senior vice president with the Corcoran Group; Wendy Maitland, senior vice president with Brown Harris Stevens; Christine Haughney of the New York Times; Diane Ramirez, president of Halstead Property; and Steven Spinola, president of Real Estate Board of New York
From left: Paul Massey, CEO of Massey Knakal Realty Services; Richard Mack, CEO of Area Property Partners; Ofer Yardeni, managing partner of Stonehenge Partners; Robert Ivanhoe of Greenberg Taurig; Ralph Herzka, president and CEO of Meridian Capital Group; Dan Geiger of Real Estate Weekly; and James Wacht, president of Sierra Realty
From left: Matthew Blesso, head of Blesso Properties; Matthew Strozier, deputy managing editor of The Real Deal; The Real Deal’s managing editor Jill Gardiner; David Von Spreckelsen, division senior vice president at Toll Brothers; Andrew Gerringer of the Marketing Directors; and Candace Taylor, senior reporter with The Real Deal

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