Announcing panelists for The Real Deal’s 11th annual New York Showcase and Forum

Mark your calendars for May 14 at the Metropolitan Pavilion

New York /
Mar.March 13, 2018 01:15 PM

The Real Deal’s 11th annual New York Real Estate Showcase and Forum is shaping up to be one of our biggest and best events yet. Mark your calendars for May 14 and join us at the Metropolitan Pavilion for a full day of programming, networking and viewing the latest real estate projects and products.

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Panel topics for the day include:

– New development frontiers: Which areas and types of projects are NYC’s next hot ticket?
– Residential’s silver lining playbook: Amid heavy discounting and buyer uncertainty, how billions in deals are still getting done
– Union vs. Nonunion building: Exploring the future of construction in NYC
– Looking at the shifting strategies of commercial brokers and brokerages amid a slower market

Some of the confirmed panelists to date include REBNY’s John H. Banks; Silverstein Properties’ Marty Burger; Town Residential’s Andrew Heiberger; Alchemy Properties’ Ken Horn; Douglas Elliman’s Raphael DeNiro; AECOM Tishman’s Jay Badame; RKF’s Robert K. Futterman; Cushman Wakefield’s Joanne Podell; the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York’s Gary LaBarbera; Building Trades Employers’ Association’s Lou Coletti; JLL’s Peter Riguardi; CORE Real Estate’s Shaun Osher; Warburg Realty’s Clelia Peters; NKF’s Dustin Stolly; Halstead Property’s Diane Ramirez; and plenty more.

Every year our New York event attracts over 4,000 of New York’s top real estate players and insiders from every facet of the industry. Reserve your tickets now at an early-bird price for a limited time.

Key sponsorship opportunities are still available. Please contact [email protected] or call 212.260.1332.


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