TODAY: The Real Deal’s New York showcase starts at noon

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May.May 12, 2016 10:01 AM

The Real Deal‘s annual New York showcase kicks off at noon today. And you’re coming, right? Of course you are, because we’ve got a world-class lineup of panelists dishing their expertise on the market.

1 p.m. What’s ahead for luxury? Looking at the future of the high-end residential market, including new development, in NYC
Billy Macklowe (William Macklowe Company), Arthur Zeckendorf (Terra Holdings), Michael Shvo (Shvo), Ian Bruce Eichner (Continuum Company)

2:30 p.m. The new commercial real estate scene: From co-working to tech tenants to cutting-edge office development in Brooklyn, how the NYC market is evolving
Bruce Mosler (C&W), Ofer Cohen (TerraCRG), Robert K. Futterman (RKF), Artie Minson (WeWork)

3:45 p.m. Foreign buyers: From a slowdown to an attempted crackdown on hidden purchasers, a look at the shifting landscape for foreign buyers and where the next big money is coming from
Raphael De Niro (DE), Robert Reffkin (Compass), Gang Hu (Greenland USA), Elizabeth Stribling-Kivlan (Stribling), Emily Beare (CORE)

Click here to buy your tickets. See you there!

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