As the new decade gears up, most VIPs are rolling in for TRD’s Future City 2020. We’re excited to announce new attendees including tech CEOs, mega landlords, developers, and titans of brokerage.
Future City’s square footage keeps growing, with new developers joining daily. A few recent additions include:
- Major landlord Doug Eisenberg, who owns over 17,000 apartments through A&E Real Estate Holdings;
- David Schwartz, principal partner at Slate Property Group, whose development projects are collectively valued at $1B;
- Zahi Hagag, the largest and most prolific developer in Israel;
- David Kramer, president of innovative housing developer Hudson Companies;
These cutting-edge developers will join Michael Stern, Gil Dezer, Sharif al-Gamal, and more to discuss how technology has changed the development process, from innovations in design to new management platforms and marketing techniques.
From the technosphere, innovators from Brivo, Doorkee, and ButterflyMX will represent the fast-growing world of cloud-based security technology. Fintech CEOs include Joseph Ben-Zvi of Vero, which purports to bring a “new era of leasing” with a platform that alters the financing process.
And of course, TRD invited some of the biggest names in financing and brokerage. Woody Heller of Savill’s Capital Markets group will attend, along with Cushman Wakefield’s chair of Global Brokerage Bruce Mosler and Simon Ziff, president of capital advisory firm Ackman-Ziff.
These attendees join an already stellar lineup including architect Kobi Karp, REBNY president Jim Whelan, and developer Young Woo.