Save the date: TRD’s NYC Real Estate
Forum & Showcase

The 10th annual event will go down on May 15 at the Metropolitan Pavilion

TRD New York /
Mar.March 24, 2017 03:46 PM

The Real Deal is heading back to Chelsea for our 10th annual New York City Real Estate Showcase and Forum!

On May 15, the city’s industry professionals will flock to the Metropolitan Pavilion for a day of networking, learning and previewing the hottest new developments around town. Former New York governor and developer Eliot Spitzer (Spitzer Enterprises), John Catsimatidis (Red Apple Group), Toby Moskovits (Heritage Equity Partners), Dolly Lenz (Dolly Lenz Real Estate) and Richard Steinberg (Douglas Elliman) are among the real estate heavyweights that will participate on three informative panels:

— The impact the Trump administration will have on the real estate industry: How protectionism, bank deregulation and changes to the tax structure will affect the NYC market
— Looking at the post-peak luxury new development market: Selling in an increasingly competitive landscape
— Gauging the commercial slowdown: Amid a shift in activity and broker reshuffling, what’s next for the market?

To buy your tickets to the event, which will take place from noon to 6 p.m. at 125 West 18th Street, click here. For more information about sponsorship opportunities, contact Ross Fox at [email protected].


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