Mark your calendars: These are NYC’s top real estate events next week

TRD New York /
Feb.February 08, 2019 05:30 PM

This week will feature some real estate events worth checking out!

On Feb. 13, the Cornell Real Estate Council is holding an event on Cutting Edge Innovation in Real Estate at the Law Offices of Duval and Stachenfeld, 555 Madison Avenue. Russ Bernard, founder and managing principal of Westport Capital Partners, is the guest speaker at the event.

Also on Feb. 13, AnySizeDeals is holding its ASDAiRE Conference at the Williamsburg Hotel, 96 Wythe Avenue. Come to this event to learn about what present and future technology can bring to real estate. This event will feature networking opportunities, demos from AI/Robotics companies, along with discussions on related topics from industry leaders such as Yaron Schwartz, CEO of Skyline Robotics, and Toby Moskovits, CEO of Heritage Equity Partners.

Lastly, onFeb. 13, MetaProp NYC is holding a Demo Day at WeWork Times Square, 1460 Broadway Avenue. This event will offer chances to network, discussions featuring hundreds of industry professionals on PropTech advancement, as well as demos from rising companies such as Jabbrrbox and AegisAI.

On Feb. 14, REIA NYC is holding their Wine & Real Estate Event at the TRYP By Wyndham Times Square South Hotel, 345 West 35th Street. This event will focus on learning and sharing strategies that will help in finding success in the real estate space.

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