Joseph Griffin Joins David Lichtenstein, Jim Whelan and More at Future City 2020

Feb.February 19, 2020 06:30 PM

The Real Deal‘s Future City 2020 continues to attract the best and brightest luminaries across the real estate industry.  Today Joseph Griffin, Head of Real Estate at Marathon Asset Management and Hu Gang, President of Greenland USA, confirmed they will join real estate executives including David Lichtenstein, Jules Trump, Jim Whelan, Edgardo Defortuna, Sharif El Gamal and more to meet with the founders of the most talked-about tech in the industry. See the full line-up here.

Check out our agenda below. And there’s still time if you’re interested in attending. Reach out to [email protected]com to confirm your spot.


Sunday, February 23rd 

  • 5:00pm – Welcome to Future City
  • 5:05pm – Academic presentations
  • 6:00pm – Speed Networking
  • 7:00pm – Welcome Reception

Monday, February 24th

  • 9:00am – High-touch to High-tech: The amenities revolution
  • 10:00am – Political plot twists: Real estate policy in Albany
  • 11:00am – Tools of the trade: The tech transforming construction
  • 12:00pm – Keynote Talk with Sidewalk Labs’ Karim Khalifa
  • 1:00pm – Lunch
  • 3:00pm – Designing differently: Architecture in a tech-enabled world
  • 4:00pm – Game-changers: How tech is changing the development landscape
  • 6:00pm – Palm Lawn Dinner

Tuesday, February 25th

  • 9:00am – The digital dotted line: Platforms changing the rental process
  • 10:00am – Investing in Future Cities: Navigating the next wave of innovation

For questions, please reach out to [email protected]com.


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