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

Feb.February 15, 2019 03:45 PM

There are a couple of real estate events coming up!

On Feb.19, Bisnow is hosting its NYC CRE Tech Summit for 2019 at 160 Varick Street. Attend the event for networking opportunities, along with discussions among industry leaders on what innovations will impact real estate transactions. Speakers include Scott Rechler of RXR Realty and Kevin Danehy of Brookfield Property Partners.

On Feb. 21, iGlobal Forum is hosting an Opportunity Zones Investments Dealmakers Meeting at Hôtel Plaza Athénée, 37 East 64th Street from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. This event offers networking sessions and features discussions on the most effective ways to utilize opportunity zone incentives. Kamil Homsi of Global Realty Capital and Bohdy Hedgcock of Clarion Partners, among others, will provide speeches at the event.

On March 5, PincusCo Media is hosting its inaugural event, its Soho/Noho Panel: After the Rezone at Herrick Feinstein, 2 Park Avenue from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Converse with industry experts on what may take place if the rezoning happens and access an informational web page prepared by PincusCo with custom DOB data. Mitchell Korbey of Herrick Feinstein, Robin Abrams of Compass, David Schechtman of Meridian Capital Group and Brian Steinwurtzel of GFP Real Estate will be panelists at the event, moderated by PincusCo founder, Adam Pincus.

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