Less than one week until The Real Deal’s Broward event!

Billionaire developer Jeff Greene to share market insight at our April 14 event

TRD New York /
Apr.April 08, 2016 04:28 PM

Real estate development continues to creep up Florida’s eastern coast from Miami — and Broward County is at the forefront of this residential and commercial growth.

That’s why The Real Deal is once again headed to this key South Florida market, for our next Real Estate Showcase and Forum on April 14.

Join the industry’s top movers and shakers at the Design Center of the Americas to discuss the biggest issues in Broward’s real estate market, schmooze with dealmakers and check out some of South Florida’s hottest new projects. Broward County Mayor Marty Kiar will deliver a special keynote addressing development in the county, while Jeff Greene, Joseph Kavana (KGH Development), Jaime Sturgis (Metro 1 Commercial), Beth Butler (Compass Miami), Jean Francois Roy (Ocean Land Investments) and Harvey Hernandez (Newgard Development) will be among those sharing exclusive insight on two of our panels:

  • South Florida development outlook: Analyzing the real estate markets in Miami, Broward and Palm Beach counties
  • Broward deep dive: A look at the county’s most active markets, including Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood

Click here to buy tickets to the event, which takes place from noon to 6 p.m. For more information on our Real Estate Showcase and Forum, click here. For sponsorship opportunities, email [email protected] or call 212-254-7400 to reserve your spot now.

Didn’t make it to last year’s Broward showcase? Check out what you missed in the video below:


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