The Real Deal’s New York real estate showcase: A look at our CRE panel

TRD New York /
Mar.March 29, 2018 04:15 PM

Robert Futterman, Joanne Podell, Peter Riguardi and Dustin Stolly

We’re just putting the finishing touches on the programming for The Real Deal’s 11th annual New York Real Estate Showcase and Forum at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea on May 14.

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This year, we’re excited to host RKF’s Robert K. Futterman, Cushman Wakefield’s Joanne Podell, JLL’s Peter Riguardi and Newmark Knight Frank’s Dustin Stolly on our panel, Changing commercial: Looking at the shifting strategies of commercial brokers and brokerages amid a slower market.

Got a question for them? Let us know on Twitter with the hashtag #TRDForum.

We’ll be posting soon about the participants in our three other panels:

-Union vs. Nonunion building: Exploring the future of construction in NYC
-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

For tickets, please register here.

Early bird tickets are still available so reserve your seat today. For key sponsorship opportunities, please contact [email protected] or call 212.260.1332.


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