“Despite numerous misconceptions of both the technology industry and the property industry, we are increasingly seeing the two coming together to maximize efficiencies, increase a business’s bottom line and ultimately change the way we live and work for the better.”
Back in 2016, Dan Hughes, the prop-tech lead at Rics, estimated how long it would take for two very different worlds – technology and real estate – to truly come together. At the beginning of a new decade both parties are convening, pooling their collective power to drive the industry forward.
We’re excited to announce that David Lichtenstein, the chairman and CEO of Lightstone will be joining a stellar line-up of developers, academics, venture capitalists and more at our Future City event later this month. Prop-tech heavyweights from Google, Sidewalk Labs, Latch, Openspace.ai, and OnsiteIQ are arriving soon, in addition to academics from NYU and Columbia University.
Between these prop-tech pros and the 74M square feet of landlords and developers represented by the likes of Gil Dezer, Michael Stern, Jules Trump, Young Woo, David Kramer, Meir Cohen and more, you won’t want to miss this. If you are a principal, founder or c-suite executive, you should be at Future City 2020.
Join us February 23rd through the 25th in the balmy Bahamas to explore the intersection of real estate and tech. Be a part of the select group shaping real estate innovation as we discuss:
- How architects are designing in and for a tech-enabled world
- The newest construction innovations for development
- How tech is changing real estate finance
- The ways start-up culture and VC investing will guide the future of real estate
- How smart home tech is altering the tenant and landlord experience
Also on the agenda: panels on rent reform and leasing along with intimate networking opportunities.
Don’t be left behind – contact us here to find out how you can join us.