Real estate’s top names to speak at TRD’s New York showcase

Arthur Zeckendorf, William Macklowe and Robert Reffkin signed on for May 12 event

TRD New York /
Apr.April 25, 2016 03:06 PM

The Real Deal is gearing up for our biggest New York Real Estate Showcase and Forum ever, with more than 3,500 investors, buyers, brokers, financiers and developers gathering for an action-packed day of networking, dealmaking and previewing some of the hottest developments in New York City and Miami.

Arthur Zeckendorf (Zeckendorf Development), Michael Shvo (Shvo), William Macklowe (William Macklowe Company), Bruce Eichner (Continuum Company), Robert Reffkin (Compass), Raphael De Niro (Douglas Elliman), Bob Knakal (Cushman & Wakefield), Rodrigo Nino (Prodigy Network), Artie Minson (WeWork), Robert Futterman (RKF) and Vishaan Chakrabarti (PAU) are among the top real estate names who will participate on our lineup of panels.

The discussions will address some of the industry’s biggest issues, and provide valuable insight into the city’s residential and commercial markets.

Click here to buy tickets to our May 12 event, which will be hosted at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea. To become a sponsor, call (212) 505-6271 or send an email to [email protected]. For editorial inquiries, contact Heather Grossmann at [email protected].


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