AD Design Show pushed back to June amid Coronavirus fears

Event was originally scheduled to take place from March 19 through March 22 at Pier 94

New York /
Mar.March 09, 2020 08:30 AM
The show has been moved to June 25th through the 28th

The show has been moved to June 25th through the 28th

 

The AD Design Show has been postponed until June in the wake of concerns about the coronavirus.

The show was originally scheduled to take place from March 19 through March 22 at Pier 94 in Manhattan by 55th Street and 12th Avenue, but it will now take place from June 25 through June 28 instead, organizers recently announced.

“Growing concerns over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak have prompted the rescheduling by the Show Management, Condé Nast, and many of its operating partners,” the group wrote on the event’s website. “Our top priority is the health and safety of our exhibitors, attendees, volunteers, and staff.”

The Real Deal is the media partner for the show.

Events scheduled for the 2020 exhibition include a meet and greet with designer Victoria Hagen and a kitchen concept presentation by Kathy Ireland Worldwide.

The AD Design Show is just the latest real estate event to be postponed due to the coronavirus. JLL is rescheduling its upcoming conferences, for instance, including a rising stars event that had been planned for late March and a top producers conference that had been planned for late April.

MIPIM, one of the industry’s largest gatherings, is also being postponed until June. The event was supposed to kick off March 10 in Cannes, but was delayed after a woman tested positive for coronavirus in the resort town.

Over the weekend, Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency as the number of cases continued to grow. As of Monday morning, there were more than 100 confirmed cases in the state.


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
These are the tallest towers underway in NYC
These are the tallest towers underway
in NYC
These are the tallest towers underway
in NYC
A new competition asks what would houses on Mars look like (Credit: Getty Images, Pixabay)
Architecture’s final frontier: Here’s what houses on Mars might look like
Architecture’s final frontier: Here’s what houses on Mars might look like
Avison Young’s Keith Caggiano and Roshan Shah with 650 Madison Avenue (Avison Young, Vornado Realty Trust, Getty)
CRE brokers wrestle over $900K commission for 650 Madison
CRE brokers wrestle over $900K commission for 650 Madison
Ivanhoé’s Nathalie Palladitcheff, Cohabs’ Youri Dauber and James Grasso with Cohabs NYC co-living spaces (Cohabs, LinkedIn, Twitter/@ydauber, Ivanhoe Cambridge)
Co-living firm Cohabs raises $450M to continue expansion
Co-living firm Cohabs raises $450M to continue expansion
DDG's Joseph McMillan and a rendering of 180 East 88th Street (March Made/DDG; Illustration by The Real Deal)
DDG’s Upper East Side penthouse asks $33M, thanks to zoning loophole
DDG’s Upper East Side penthouse asks $33M, thanks to zoning loophole
From left: Wafra’s Fawaz Al-Mubaraki and The Westover Companies’ Guntram Weissenberger with 138 East 12th Street (JLL, Getty, Wafra, The Westover Companies)
Wafra sells East Village’s The Nathaniel for $57M
Wafra sells East Village’s The Nathaniel for $57M
Michael Ovitz looks to flip Greenwich Village condo for $25M
Michael Ovitz looks to flip Greenwich Village condo for $25M
Michael Ovitz looks to flip Greenwich Village condo for $25M
Developer Geoff Palmer with one of his properties (Getty, G.H. Palmer Associates)
Geoff Palmer’s lawsuit over tenant protections tossed by judge
Geoff Palmer’s lawsuit over tenant protections tossed by judge
arrow_forward_ios

The Deal's newsletters give you the latest scoops, fresh headlines, marketing data, and things to know within the industry.

Loading...